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Joe Grossman, 5012 Prairie ave.,
special watchman for Burlington
R. R. at Harmon and Green sts.
Grossman says he did not use
his revolver until he thought his
life was in danger from crowd,
which didn't like strikebreakers.
McManus appears to have been a
Six members Chicago city
council jolted when engine wheel
torn loose as they rode in special
car over Illinois Central's South
What were the honorable coun
cillors doing in one of the Illinois
Central's private - cars ? They
were: Aids. Nance, Janovsky-,
Emerson, Kearns, 'Reading and
Bauler. - v
At that it' would be funny if any
of the members of the City Coun
cil who have been so good to the
I. C. 'were hurt while riding on
Wm. J. Ammen, lawyer, has
filed suit for $500,000 against
Federal Judge Landis because
Landis called him a coward from
Ammen must have been think
ing of Landis' $29,000,000 never
paid fine against the Standard Oil
Co. when he hit on the cute
amount of $500,000 for his injured
L. Kirkegaard, Iowa politician,
missed tram for home yesterday,
and rather than waif on next
bought new auto for trip.
Iowa must indeed be a good
state in which to be a politician.
Twenty waiters walked out at
La Salle Hotel when Northwest
ern Univ. Medical School banquet
was one hour late and manage
ment refused them $1 extra pay
for time kept waiting.
"Unless the national commit
tee steals for Taft, he has no
chance." Gov. Stubbs of Kansas,
who wants to be v. p. on T. R's
But Taft, Governor, is a great
Ladies' Auxiliary1, -St Jarlath's
parish, give strawberry festival
Senator Kenyon, of Iowa blew
into town today with a Cummins
boom wrapped up in his hip pock
et. But he didn't forget to go and
see Dixon, Roosevelt's manager.
Harper Memorial library, new
$1,000,000 Chicago university;
building, dedicated today.
Seventy-five Chicago stenog
raphers organized Stenograph
ers' Suffrage Alliance. Will work
with Illinois Equal Suffrage
. Chicago university has-adopted
new coat of arms. Trying to get
rid of the Rockefeller taint?
By the way, what in thunder
does a supposedly democratic
American university want with a
coat of arms, anyhow?
Carl Peterson, Libertyville, 111.,
farmer, held up and robbed of $25
and watch at S. State and 12th
Mrs. Rose Kindsvogel, "owner
of laundry 2528 Cottage Grove
ave., wants divorce from Emil
Kindsvogel. Charges desertion.
Robber held up Mrs. SIgmund
Fuchs in husband's saloon, 2700
W. Chicago ave.. and got $5.20.
Pickpockets returned papers