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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Big labor parade June 22. ;
Body of man with card in pock
et bearing name of Fred Belz,
roofers' union, St. Louis, found in
shrubbery, Briar pi. and Sheridan
road. Bullet in head. Revolver ip
Chicago members tried to boost
price of butter to 26 cents at but
ter board meeting, Elgin. Down
staters defeated move.
Department stores still adver
tise. They like open shop and low
For which we tender a most
hearty vote of thanks to the
Andrew Lowrie, 3612 Parnell
av., robbed on Halsted st. car of
$700 he and wife had saved to pay
mortgage on home.
FIRST AID TO GOSSD?.
"And she said oh, but I really
can't remember but -half the
things she said."
"Never mind them tell me the
Anna ,H. Schneider, former
teacher, has withdrawn petition
for rehearing of charges on which
she was dismissed in 1903.
Mayor Harrison coming home.
Not necessary. Andy Lawrence
still on the job.
C. A. Jones, believed to be Inter
Ocean strike-breaker, attempted
suicide on "L" station at Madison
and Fifth av. Laid face on third
rail. Horribly burned. May die.
Independent Zionites wrecked
Voliva Tabernacle No. 2, tempor
ary, frame structure built by the
Overseer's men. Sawed supports ,
Which would you rather do i
live in Zion City or be a delegate
to Republican national conven
Holdup men busy robbing peo
ple while police guarding the
trust newspapers in the loop.
Fire starting in barn rear 4105
S. Ashland av. spread to 3 build
ings in front. Families driven to
street in night-clothes. Horse
burned to death. $10,000 loss.
Isaac Connert held up and rob
bed of $17 as he was going up
steps of home, 664 E. 50th st.
Attorney Edw. A. Zimmerman,
wife and son, 3, leaped from win
dow when fire attacked home,
4908 Winthrop av. $1,000 loss.
Evidently Hearst doesn't own
all the judges. Nearly all news
boys arrested for "loitering"
found not guilty.
Hugh E. Keough, known to
newspaper readers as "Hek," was
buried in Oakwoods 'Cemetery,
following" solemn high mas? at