to give its whole paper free to the
Miss Virginia Brooks told the
Women's Trade Union League
yesterday how the women clean
ed up West Hammond, once a
den of vice and graft.
"And yet some people say
women are not practical," com
mented Mrs. Raymond Robins,
after Miss Brooks had finished.
Harry Larsen, 1909 N. Kedzie
av., Elevated electrician, killed in
$tantly by Douglas Park train at
Next to good character, the
most valuable possessions of the
state are healthy people." Ar
thur B. Farwell in address to Vol
unteers of America.
But how are we going to have
, a healthy people, so long as there
are sweat shops, and places like
Kuppenheimer's make their em
ployes eat luncheon in water clos
ets. Edw. Nelson, Frank Mahoney
and Geo. Davenport, alleged con
fidence nien come to gather in the
harvest from Republican politic
ians, arrested on general princi
ples. Fred Jaeger, saloonkeeper, 2146
Sheffield ave., locked.$150 in safe
jus.t before two bandits held up
safoon. They got $2.85, and told
Jaeger they were sorry for him
With so poor a business.
Henry Mullarkey, 16, 406 W.
Furon st., found bottle of whis
ky, and thought it would be fine
to get drunk like a real man.
Stomach pump saved his life.
Practically certain T. Roose
yelt will be in Chicago by Wed
nesday if his campaign managers
don't change the things they call
N. Kapels, motorman, badly
hurt in collision of car with auto
driven by H. Goldberg, 2019 W.
Division St., at Chicago and N.
Hoyne aves. Golberg "took a
chance" on being able to cross in
front of street car.
Miss Katherine Mahoffy, "of
Zion City, to marry Waldegrave
Bulivant, .when he finishes six
months for embezzlement from
Sen. Gronna, North. Dakota,
strong LaFollette booster, whom
the Roosevelt men prefer to Root
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