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men 'won't Help mother to find
2,000 studentsof Northwestern
tiniversity will join in torch light
parade through streets of Evans
...Mrs. Annie Hamilton Pitzer,
first woman delegate to national
political convention in U. S.,
stopped in Chicago on way to
Baltimqre. Says brother-in-law,
Champ Clark, is sure to be nom
; Inter Ocean informs its readers
that "William Jennings Bryan of
Democratic fame is to be specta
tor at Republican national con
vention." Yes, and William Jennings is
liable, to do some "spectating,"
with an eye always to what it
wouJtf be best for him to pull off
. FredW Upham, chairman of
Iqcal committee of arrangements
for Republican convention, wants
ushers. He also wants gopd, hus
ky, strong-arm ushers who can
ush out anything one T. Roose
velt may start.
The."sassiety7 ,women of thica
gp who, attended the sex hygiene
lectures now' going on in puDlic
schools, put their fingers in their
ears whenever plain talk Was in
"Considering that they, were
"saisiety" women, the question
remains -as to whether thdy put
their fingers in their ears because
they were shocked or because they
, Morris H. Offner, former West
Sid? dry goods merchant, sen
tepcejl to -13 mofiths for perjury
in connection with 'bankruptcy
prqeeedings by Federal Judge
Arguments on motion for in-i
junction to restrain payment of'
wages to 6 additional judges of
superior court elected year ago,
to be heard by Judge Pettit Mon
day. Ellen Turner, 2235 Michigan
ave., badly injured, when foot
caught between bridge and ap
proach as bridge over river a.t;
Taylor st., was opened. St.
Becky Walak, 23, 222 W. 47th
St., knocked down and badly in
jured by auto owned A. T.
Stearns, 7043 N. Ashland ave.,' at
5. Cfark and W. VanBuren stsT
No arrests. "
Crane-Boies Penrose outfit must
have been reading the latest text
books on'' the' gentle art of the
Anthony' Cppaldo forced five-year-old
daughter to begqn the
street. Bridewell. ' ""
James Conroy ordered' by court
to pay wjfe $5 a Week. Did ft, but
beat her until,, she gave it back
each week. Bridewell. Six mpnths.
Frances Johnson fined $20 be
cause of the kind of house she was
running at 1222 W. Jackson blvd.
Great reception being arranged
for Paulist Choristers when they
return from their triumphs at
Par.is and Rome. Probably will be
Antoinette Bukalo, 8, 471 W.
Huron st., believed kidnaped,
only lost. Found near corner of