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was forced to give up her own
child, most probably because she
couldn't afford to keep it.
And probabliy she'll be put in
jail for leaving her baby there if
she's caught, which again shows
. how civilized we are.
J. Og. Armour out for Teddy.
Major John V. Clinnin is busy
raising Rough Riders company
from Hamilton club members',
and Bill McCinley is shaking in
Bill is the gentleman engaged
in mismanaging Taft whose fore
head goes around to the back of
You've noticed how excited the
Inter-Ocean gets about the "rule
of the mob," and the "anarchy of
the people," and all that bunk,
Well, this is the way the Inter
Ocean begins one of its own
stories this morning: "Jewish
women, wives of men whose in
come is said to average 60 cents
a day "-
Wonder if it ever struck the
Inter-Ocean that an income of 60
cents a day for a married man
was mightly liable to breed an
J. Pierp. Morgan's not a dele
gate. But his money talks for
Wrecking of Jones school,
West Harrison and Plymouth
court, recommended to Superin
tendent Ella Flagg Young by
Trustee D. M. Pfaelzer.
Wm. Howard, 908 S. Wabash
ave., is a decorator. That's what
got him off when he was arraign-
ed before Judge Beitler for paint
ing the town red.
Otto J.Meybert, 2414 Lowe
ave., was made so sleepy by loop
show that he lay down to sleep
on car tracks at S. Dearborn and
Madison sts. Released in the
Harvester Trust must be for
Teddy. Tribune's shoutin' for
J. M. Trainer, Elevated rail
roads company expert, admitted
to city council he "relied on his
memory" as to some items in his
valuation of companies' property.
And. doubtless, Mr. J. M. Train
ee has a large and bounding mem
ory, whiclfaccoums for the high
valuation set on the property by
Jake and Franz Budz fined $100
each; Mrs. Anna Budz, $50; and
Joe Klimick, $200, by Judge Scul
ly for beating up Patrolman Pat
McDonough in front of Cussack's '
saloon, 1433 W. 45th st.
Judge Landis establishing cred
it. Some gink sued him for half
million. Give him a check, Judge.
Miss Anna H. Martin, 5009 W.
Madison st., given verdict of $2,
500 by jury in Judge Williams'
court for jewels lost in shipment
by Adams Express.
Dancing masters, now in con
vention at Princess Academy,
1519 W. Madison st., have de
cided that "bunny hug," "grizzly
bear," "Texas Tommy," and "jel
ly wabble" must go.
Joseph Best fined $25 by Judge
Himes for threatening to knock
block off trust newspaper slugger.