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Docfchead' ' Healey, negro,
2929 Armour a,ve., shot and fatal
ly wqunded J. Lawson, negro, in
quarrel Qer woman .. Captured by
-Two Alabama delegates have
bolted from Taft to Roosevelt,
and '.Cecil Lyon, of Texas, is so
tickled over it, Chicago isn't big
enough to hoid him.
. Miss Mary Bartelme, newly ap
pointed assistant-judge of the Ju
venile. Court says that what
country needs more than any
thing else is a few old-fashioned
Lieut. Joseph P. McCaffery, of
fire department, suspended for in
sulting Mrs. John Schweizer, 227
N: Ada st, oh street car.
First aid boxes will be attached
to 'lamp posts, telegraph and tele
phone poles throughout city by
American Red Cross Nurses as
sociation. Miss Leola Allard, newspaper
woman, has sued Auto Taxicab
Co., 2441 Michigan ave., for $10,
000 for'injuries suffered while rid
ing in one of its taxis.
"I believe the elevated railroads
ate blocking the city's program
for the construction of subways."
Mayor Andy Lawrence Harri
son. i Paul Boocki, laborer, had a few
drinks, a cowboy outfit and began
tb'shoot up town at N. Clark and
.W.' Illinois. Three-months.
Commissioner of Public Works
McGann objects to proposition-of
"L"'rddds that city pay half of
cost of new million-dollar bridge
over river at Van'Buren street.'
Commissioner McGann ought
to object. Why in thunder should
the people of Chicago pay half of
the cost of a bridge that only the
"L" roads will use?
Fred Wagner, 6, 2710 Cleve
land av., struck and badly injured
by northbound Rose Hill car at
Cleveland and Lincoln. Alexian
Body of unidentified man about
35 found in lake at Alden av.s No
marks of violence.
August Netzel, 1413 Oakdale
av., who left his wife two weeks
ago, taking his 5 children with
Him, has returned home.
Jewelry and money to extent
of $4,500 stolen from home of
Mrs. Henry Friend, 846 Buena
av. Police without clues.
Mrs. Etta Smith, 24, 60 W. In
diana St., deserted by husband,
tried to commit suicide by jump
ing in lake. Rescued by Police
Ordinance forbidding theater
managers selling options on seats,
and one forbidding sale of tickets
on curb, passed by city council.
Together they ought to put a
good crimp in the ticket scalpers
who have been skinning the pub
lic so long.
Martha Alwart, daughter of
Aid. F. W. Alwart, 4918 Sheridan
road, dragged into an Argyle st.
home by purse-snatcher. Robbed
of $10 and beaten.
300 pupils of St. Patrick's
school, 122 S. Desplaines St., pre
sented with toothbrushes by Dr.
Albert D. Persons, dentist.
Margie and Sadie Powers em
braced stranger, John Miller,
Boston merchant, as he stood