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Adolph Heinz, prisoner in
Bridewell, sent there for disorder
ly conduct last night, hanged
himself in his cell this morning.
Police investigating finding of
Mrs. Carrie Low, "30, dead in bed
, in boarding house, 2011 W.
" , Adams. Asphyxiation.
Tom McKay 42, 1250 W. Mad
ison St., run over by auto driven
by James" Mulock, 225 Chicago
st'., Elgin. McKay badly injured.
Man found dying on Chicago,
x Burlington & Quincy tracks.
Count yhospital. Mutered "Ma
loney" when asked name.
Sam Rizzie, 19, Tony Amend,
17, Jule Anderson, 20, and Oscar
Flossi, 20, arrested by Chicago
ave. police on charge of burglary.
Mrs. Clara D. Pease, suing for
i - divorce from Edwin A. Pease,
f Aurora millionaire, says hubby
flirted with woman at Congress
hotel New Year's eve.
From all that we heard, flirting
was a regular habit at the Con
gress New Year's' eve, and that's
Miss Mary M. Bartelme, pub
lic guardian of probate Court, will
accept offer of assistant judge
ship of juvenile court Under
And probably Miss Bartelme
-will make a better assistant judge
in the juvenile court than, any
i mere, superior man would.
Mrs. Louise D. Brocklebank,
wife of John C. Brocklebank,
head of paper manufacturing con
cern, 'has filed suit for share in
estate of Thomas W. Cole, one' of
her former husbands.
"Much better net returns on
the $75,000,000 capital stock of ?
Swift & Co. are expected in the
fiscal year to end Sept. 30 next."
Gee whiz! They ought to be
better. Think how much more ,
you and I are paying for meat!
Disorderly ' conduct charge
against Curtneft Von Werdevon,
son of German count, dismissed
by Judge Caver ly Brought "by
wife. She didn't appear.
"Roosevelt's Rough Rider" reg
iment being formed in Chicago,
.apparently to take the Republi
can national convention by storm.
Thomas F. Keenan, 611? Went
worth ave., died at his home yes
terday, hounded for years by loan
Well, this is June! Why don't
you get married and be done with
it, and thus give space writers
who need the money the chance
to get funny about June wed
dings? "Senator Lorimer is in a bad
way in the United States senate."
Senator Albert B. Fall,. New
Mexico, who is visiting our fair
Also, one might remark that
the United States senate itself is
in a bad way.
"The irresponsible labor leader
is the worst enemy of labor."
We differ from the Tribune. '
Strange as it may seem, we deem
such gentlemen as Jim Keeley,
Vic. Lawson, Andy Lawrence,
and their' like much worse ene-v
mies than irresponsible leaders.
For one thing, an irresponsi
ble labor leader can tell lies only