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outside Great Northern hotel.
Miller's money was returned to
him when Margie and Sadie were
Special park commission urges
that city council consolidate 10
park boards of city.
Joseph Braefull, 1, 1115 Chat
ham court, upset plate of soup
over self. Died of burns.
Mrs. John Weldon, mother-in-law
of Police Sergeant Michael
Clancy, dropped dead of heart
disease in home at 5529 Drexel
Louis Kreuzer, ice man, 2Z22
N. Halsted St., prostrated by heat
while carrying cake of ice into
dwelling, 4424 Burling st
Principals and promotor of
fight to finish in blacksmith shop
of Ed OToughlin, 639 Root st'.f
arrested in police rail. Fighters
Detectives O'Donnell and Mc
Farland under suspicion of work
ing with pickpockets.
Mrs. Rose Eberling, wife of
Geo. Eberling, traveling sales
man, whom she is suing for di
vorce, says husband tried to kill
her with poisoned Toses.
"What is there sacred about
the position of a judge, anyhow?
Why should not a judge be "crit
icized?" Judge Kickham Scan
lan, of Circuit Court, at lawyer's
Needless to say, Judge Scan
lan's audience still is having a fit
about it, having not long before
agreed that judges ought to be
appointed for life.
Win. C. Berg, 2630 Jackson
blvd., run down and killed by i lazy in the bargain,
Wm. Clark, marine engineer, Col-
umbia Yacht club, in front of own
home Clark arrested.
Helgar Pierson, 8, 7900 Green
wood ave., run over and seriously'
injured by auto truck at 76th st.
and Drexel ave.
Herman Shonruck, 2000 S. Cal
ifornia av., died of injuries receiv
ed when run over by auto driven
by John McKill, 4032 W. 24th pL
John JR. Cudahy, 3254 S. Michi
gan av., fined for speeding by Mu
nicipal Judge Himes.
This isn't the first time Cudahy
has been caught speeding, but
what can one expect? What does
one of the Cudahys care for a fine,
One of life's little consolations
is watching Andy Lawrence and
Vic Lawson tryingto knife each
Taft wrote personal letter to
Harry New, chairman National
Republican Committee, asking
him to admit press to contest
The Tribune now is trying to
get up a national escore of Rough!
Riders for Roosevelt's inaugura
tion next March.
So far as we can see the only
thing liable to prevent the success
of this scheme is that it doesn't
look as if Roosevelt was going to
be inaugurated next March.
Judge Clarence N. Goodwin o
Superior Court says Appellate
courts of Illinois-are two and one
half years behind in their decisions.
Sometimes Justice would ap
pear to be not only blind, but hog-