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Edward F. Dunne, Democratic
candidate for governorship, is go
ing to use movies and phono
graph in his campaign.
Meeting of the Republican state
committee to name successor to
late James A. Ross, state secre
jtary. Much fireworks expected.
i Assistant State's Attorneys Ed
ward S. Day and Geo. H. Guen
ther, 'fired for political reasons,
hiked out the state's . attorney's
Federal Judge Carpenter has is
sued order for federal grand jury
June 10. To investigate perjury
o' witnesses for packers in recent
Which strengthens our opinion
that Judge Carpenter ought to
get that promotion to the federal
circuit court of appeals. He's
By vote of 2 to 1 United Broth
erhood and Joiners has decided
to reunite with Building Trades"'
department, A. F. of L.
John T. Richards elected presi
dent Chicago B.ar Association.
10 days given elevated to issue
transfersunder new ordinance up
June 4. Companies not prepar
ing toissue them. Means court
Amateur cracksmen blew safe
.Willard theater, 51st and Calu
mei ave. Got away with $1,000.
A. J. Lichstern, phicago's
' wheat king, reported to have
cleaned-up one million dollars by
operations on board of trade in
May wheat deal.
Coroner's jury found that An
nie and Florence Mahoney, John
Buchanan and J4 Boyd, who, in
auto, plunged over open draw
into Calumet river came to their
deaths by drowning.
But the real cause of their
deaths is th esame that has been
the cause of many others joy
Coroner's jury in case of Geo.
Rubel, 4, killed Wednesday by
street car, condemned street rail
way company for not properly
safeguarding cars with fenders.
William P. Theloar, former
lord mayor of London, now in
Chicago, also "nearly sailed on
Jealous, Ben H. Shanklin, 1648
W. Ohfo st., shot and killed wife
and committed suicide.
Mrs. Maude Mae Howard has
sued for divorce from James J.
Ward, aviator, in Circuit Court,
saying James is bigamist.
James Mele, 834 S. Desplaines
St., fpllowed two girls for mile.
$200 and costs from Municipal
judge Himes. That's six Bride
, Miss Franciszka Temporowska,
19, arrived Chicago from Russia,
May 2. Got work De Jonghe
hotel, 14 E. Monroe, May 21.
Disappeared May 22.
Aviator Max Lillie carried Chi
cago's first aerial mail route yes
terday. Mail to Elmhurst golf
club, andirom there to Cicero.
LaSalle st. tunnel to be turned
over to Cjty Railways Co., Mon
day. Cars to be routed through
it June 10.
On& fireman having been killed
and several injured, Chief of Po
lice McWeeny is now seeing to it
that ordinances relative to safe-