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C- Snure, 1524 N. Clark St., and
P. J. Herman 3110 Cottage
Grove, nursing broken heads be
cause they refused alms to beggar
at Hush and Lincoln sts. Beggar
had club. ,
Warren Kirby, 1514 Jackson
blvd., negro chauffeur, ran down
and killed Michael Miss,ey, 55,
union engineer, on Clark near
Lincoln park. Ran. Policemen
with revolvers saved him from
Tom Sullivan, 936 Sedgwick
St., struck and killed by N. Clark
st. car at Garfield ave. .
Only people in Chicago that
don't see a lot of thos,e politicians'
in the Republican circus are their
wives. - - -
Charles' NageL secy, of com
merce and. labor, blew into town
Saturday to act as chief bouncer
And about 5 minutes later,
Francis J. Heney, the Pacific
coast prosecutor, arrived to do
some bouncing for Roosevelt.
Also, Govs. Hadley, of Mis
souri; Johnson, of California,'
Stubbs of Kansas; Glascock, of
W. Virginia, and Aldrich of Ne
braska, are all on way here to tell
the national committee, they
ought npt to throw outt Roosevelt
deelgates. v . ' . 't
Not that's its going tp' make
much difference tp the national
committee, hpweverl That gang
of throwers-out is in fine form.'
' Picnic train of 12 cars bound
for Elliott's parkr"on I. G, crash
ed into freight car near 85th st.
Several cut by broken glass, but
none badly; hurt "
Body or r:. -zr-Jiolornaus,
missing since May 28, found in v,
river at Arp-vlt ave. hrinprp. tx
Hull House has complained
about "City 'of Benton Harbor,"
steamer making trip between
Chicago and St. Joseph, Mich.
Beer sold to 16-year-old girls and
boys orf board.
Detective James Carney, Chi
cago ave. statior), interferred in
family fight between Chas. and
Henry Gotta, brothers, in their
home, 833 Sedgwick st. Carney
will recover. v
While entire police force was
searching for Catherine O'Brien,
the "missing 16 year old girl, she
called her mother up on phone
twice Wouldn't tell where she
Michael Kiel, 3150 W. Ravens,
wood, park, held up and robbed
outside police station at North!
and Hudson aves.
"Woman was created to doc
away with man's loneliness."
Rev. F. C. Bruner, aft Ogden
Park MethodistEpiscopal church.
PauhBenson,'3237 N. Clark st,
jumped from thir.d floor of home
while delirious. Chicken coop'
broke-fallkarid saved his life.
.M. Clark, 829 LaSallost, rec
ognized Lillis Walsh, 126 W.
Erie;st.asmanwho robbed him
year ago. Walsh arrested. Con
fessed and implicated "William
Mlaina, 2645 Lincoln ave,, and P.
Ball, 2655 Florence ave.
The Record-Herald and the
Tribune are arguing about a Bib
lical passage, and neither seems
tokriow jtnuch. about it.
"lO,'000members of Danish so-