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Holy Angels',, Church, Oakwood
blyd. and Vincennes av.
Fred Watson, 29, 2255 S. Park
av., shot in left leg by Beulah
Adams, following quarrel at "her
home, 1912 S. Dearborn ,st. Hos
pital. Woman was his fiancee.
Both colored. L
Dominick Brutti," 35, threw
himself in front of train, Chicago
Heights. Sweetheart had jilted
Autos still busy killing people.
Cops still busy working for news
Wm. A. Christiansen. Chicago
aviator, badly hurt when aero
plane fell at Clearing, 111. ,1
Albert Hackbarth,' 26, 7,38
Dearborn av., stepped off car at
N. Clark and W. Superior, walked
in front of another. May die.
..Anthony Leo, 38, 725 Austin
av., crushed under' smokestacks
which fell at Chicago & North
western shops, W. Chicago av.
and N. Halsted st. May die.
. John Peterson, 55, 522 N. Saw
yer av., carpenter, fatally injured
when freight elevator struck him
as he worked in shaft, 227 W.
Madison st. r
G. O. P. better drop both Teddy
and Taft and pick LaFollette.
Mrs. Hilda Schepler, 1441 Cly
bourn ave., pulled two handfuls
of hair from head of Mrs. Anna
Onais, a neighbor. $10 in Judge
Rt Rev. M. J. O'Doherty,
bishop of Zamboanga, Philippine
Islands, guests of Rev. L A.-L.
Egan, St. Leo's church, 7550 Em
erald ave. Studying American
William Prill, clerk, 2338 Bar
ry ave., arrested complaint of
Adam Sachs, 2239 Belmont ave.,
who found him in his home.
Most politicians in G. O. P
fight either hold jobs or want to.
Peter Bartzen, president of
county board, has found city has
been getting cheated in Oak For
est coal contract.
Furthermore, Peter got right
up at the meeting of the county
board of commissioners yesterday
and holjered about it.
The mere fact of the city being
cheated is nothing extraordinary,
but it's a sad fact that the com
mon honesty of a public official is.
Lots of suspicious characters in
town. Some of 'em attending G.
O. P. convention mebbe.
Their expert having been
caught with a "failing memory,"
the Elevated railroad companies
have asked for independent board
to value their property.
Which, is just about as good a
way of delaying things as one
could think of.
Geoi W. Cummings, son of T.
A. Cummings, head of Cummings
Foundry Co., sentenced to 30
days in Bridewell by Judge Walk
er for perjury and failure to pay
wife alimony of $8 a week.
Bryan's coming, too. Hello,
Two weeks "old baby wrapped
in gray sweater found near pony
stand in Lincoln park. Given to
sisters at St. Vincent's- orphan
age. This is the year 1912, and we
are very civilized, yet conditions
are so bad that some pair girl