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Peoria, probably will be elected
Republican state chairman to
Of course, Roosevelt's man,
Chauncey Dewey, wants to be na
tional committeeman, and be
lieves he'll be elected, but Deneen
has cold feet on Chauncey, and
J. Ham Lewis, Democratic
candidate for U. S. senator from
Illinois, blew into the Congress
hotel yesterday and gave the Re
publicans a lot of advice.
If you see a quiet little man
with a most amazing pompadour
and an exceedingly hopeful look
on his face and a tight grasp xn
i his inside breast pocket, you may
know he is "Fighting Bob" La
Follette. In the inside breast pocket La
Follette has 36 perfectly good
delegates, and he's waiting on a
chance to use them, and expects
to get it.
Body found in Lincoln Park
lagoon identified as that ofAn
ton Frosch, 1239 N. Clark st.
Believed murdered. Police inves
tigating. Saying he was secretary to U.
S. ambassador to Japan didn't
save Edw. S. Blair from "being ar
rested for operating smoking auto
at Chicago ave. and Lake Shore
E. H. Martin, janitor Gerald
bjdgr, 26th and State sts, fined
$100 by Judge Maxwell for chas
ing strikebreaking newspaper
carrier out of building.
Thomas Burke, clerk, 701 W.
31st stj fined $10 by Judge Scully
for tearing up trust newspaper. 1
Detective Pat Murphy, Chica
go ave. station, tried to shoot mad
dog in front of Passavant hos
pital. Dog attached itself to Mur
phy's pants. Murphy won in the
Judge Stewart, in the new auto
court, still is handing out fines
averaging about $60 each, and
speeding is growing unpopular.
Crossed . wires under stage,
Warrington theater, Wisconsir
ave. and South blvd., Oak Park.
Fire. Audience walked quietly
out ta tune of Fiddle up.
Chief Justice Harry Olson, of
municipal court, has told judges
they are playing hooky too often
in the afternoons, and wants them
to hold their courts open every
day until 4:30.
It'sgetting so that even a judge
drawing the taxpayers' money
can't spend his time at baseball
games without being criticised.
Anna Carlson, 19, domestic
servant for Mrs. A. S. Phelps,
2600 Thayer st., missing. Left
note saying she was going to join
"Live each day so you can
close your door behind you and
say, 'There is no accuser in this
room with me.' " Former Fed
eral Judge, Pete Grosscup, to law
Pete evidently was talking out
of a full heart. Think of the way
he must have had to wrestle with?
his conscience after some of those
decisions he handed down.
Edward Scott, 545 Lincoln
Park blvd., fined $25 by Judge
Beitler for calling scab newsboy,