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Chicago Methodist ministers at
Desplaines camp meeting decided
to require 10 days' notice before
marrying couple, one of whom
has been divorced.
Gov. Mead, of Vermont, says
he's the logical' candidate fqr
vice president on the Republican
ticket, and no one seems to be
paying any attention to hitn.
' Who is this Governor Mead,
anyhow? D'you know?
William Barnes, Jr., arrived
from New York this morning.
He is talking quffee a lot.
Troubles of G. O. P. only be
gun. Suffragettes thjeatening to
bolt party. And they control 6
What between suffragettes,
Theodore Roosevelt and the
people, these are indeed black
dajsfor the Old Guard.
And' that's saying nothing
about one LaFollette, who, with
36 perfectly good delegates Rock
ed up in his breast pocket, is
breezing, around making trouble
for the stand-patters.
Mrs. William E. Borah, wife' of
the senator" from Idaho, fhas ar
rived. She is looking for her
husband, who is very busy call
ing the national G. O. P. commit
tee names when they throw out
Committee on buildings, city
council, gave permit fox theater
building'at 1158 E. 63rd st., and
10 minutes later revoked it.
Permit did not give 10 feet
clear space each side of building
as required by fire laws. If pass
ed, would have been first viola
lion since Iroquois fire.
Peter Brill, boilermaker, 9002
Mackinaw ave., tried to punch
hold-up- in jaw. S. Chicago hos
pital. Probably die.
Judge Scully held, court at bed-'
side of Ed O'Brjennn. county jail.
Hearing, continued, 'June 19.(
O'Brien shot by Policeman Her
mis while said to have been try
ing to enter policeman's' home.
Catherine O'Brien, the 16-y ear
old girl who disappeared from
her home, 5145 S. Statest., May
11, gave herself up 'to police last
night. Had beem'to Hammond,
Ind-, with waiter. "
Federal grand jury, '.sworn in
yesterday to he asked tb-vote in
dictment against -"Jack Johnson
for smuggling. ' r
Jacjc Johnson "diight to know
"by this time that onlya'trust can
Defeated by People of Pennsyl
vania, but Right There When
It Comes to Stoking the Steam-Roller.