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eral thousand dollars worth of
bric-a-brac in home of Dr. W. R.
Casselberry, 1830 Calumet ave.
Chicago Grand Opera Co. had
deficit of $246,000 last year; this
year made profit of $10,217. .
Jo Moitka, 9, 1826 S. Albany
ave., has sued Dr. Max Thorek,
315 Douglas blvd., for $10,000 for
injuries suffered when run down
by Thorek's auto.
A. Freeman Olsen, building in
spector, has written Building
Commissioner Ericsson demand
ing return of $25 bribe paid last
" Oct. by Michael Minett, .contrac
tor. Minett says the money
should come to him.
Ericsson thinks the question is
"delicate one, as questions involv
ing bribery are apt to be, and has
written State's Attorney Way
Man giving name of Geo. El
well, 43 Washington place, held
for examination "by city physician.
Attacked men and annoyed wom
en at Walton place and Lake
Shore drive. Believed insane.
City council committee on gas,
oil and light will fight pending
ordinance which would permit al
most unlimited storing of oil and
gasoline under alleys.
Ernest Lang, 6, 505 Beloit
ave., died at his home, of burns
suffered while playing near bon
fire. Pure milk ordinance will be
"drawn up and presented to health
'committee at its meeting next
The men of St. Matthews Epis
copal church, who waited on and
cooked for their wives last night,
dished up a New England hoiled"
Roosevelt is quite likely to be
in Chicago about next Wednes
day, so get your cyclone cellars
"They call my husband the
'Rough Rider Statesman.' That's
funny. He wouldn't fight if you
picked on him." Mrs. Cecil Ly
on, wife of the national commit
teeman from Texas.
David Farrell, 7, 5635 Went
worth ave., struck and probably
fatally injured by northbound
Wentworth ave. car near home.
Crew of car not arrested.
John Dcmaros, 546 Milwaukee
ave., struck and seriously 'injur
ed by westbound car near home.
Lord Montagu, of England,
who is in Chicago, is surprised
that the people of Chicago put up
with the high car fares we are
soaked. We can't help it, your
Aid Ellis Geiger stabbed in
cheek by woman's hatpin in city
hall elevator. Now boosting Mc
Weeny's boosting squad for en
forcing hatpin ordinance.
Katherine Swift, 3, 712 E. 47th
st., died suddenly after eating ice
cream cone purchased at William
Cotter's store, 4908 St. Lawrence
Judson Lyon, negro delegate
from Georgia, now in. our midst,
has his name on most $5 bills. Is
register of the treasury.
Roy O. West likely to be elect
ed national committeeman by Illi
nois delegates to succeed Frank
Garrett De Forest Kinney, of