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fight Uncle Sam and get away
By the way, if the jurors vote
the indictment, it may put the ki
bosh on that joke fight with
Joe Stech, 2338 S. Albany ave.,
found dead in bed by wife. As
phyxiated. Illinois Central accused before
Judge Sullivan of using municipal
courts and state's attorney's of
fice as collection agencies.
And how about accusing the
municipal judges and state's at
torney who allowed themselves
so to be used?
Unidentified Chicago man
hanged self at Hammond, Ind. SO
years old; 5 feet, 8 inches tall;
Tom Vito, 225 W. 24th st, who
used to spend spare time making
phoney half dollars, held to grand
SEN. BORAH, IDAHO.
ii in ii ii i nOn imBwna
His Wife's Looking for Him, but
Bill Is Too Busy Yelping
About the Steam-Roller.
jury in $5,000 bail by U. S. Com
Mumps have broken out in
Francis W. Parker and other
North Side schools. No serious
cases. Fine vacation for kids.
Normal Park Methodist Epis
copal church, Union ave. and
71st street, dedicated by Bishop
Wm O. Shephard.
Chicago Historical society to
hold special meeting Friday in
honor of Flag Day.
Four sites for small parks on
West Side purchased. Bounded
by: Blackhawk, Noble, Cleaver
and- Bradley ; Polk, May Taylor
an,d Sholto; 18th, 19th, Wood and
Lincoln; and 1,4th and 15th sts.
and 42nd and 43rd.
Fred Nelson didn't like being
wakened by roommate, Herman
Dalke, at 815 Milton ave. Fight.
Nelson cut in .head. Dalke ar
Ella Lawton, chorus girl, who
was suing Princess Amusement
SZo, for $10,000 for personal in
juries, settled case in Judge Hop
kins' court for $50.
f Circuit Judge Smith has decid
ed the J. Rosenbaum Grain Co.
cannot store grain in its own
warehouse, thus helping out
Adolph J. Lichstern.
"The earnings of the Great
Northern are the greatest in the
history of the system." James J.
xiih, wno passea tnrougn unica
go last night.
Then why, Uncle Jim, does not
the Great Northern loosen up to
its employes a little?
Dennis McManus, 1028 W.
Jackson blvd., shot in thigh by