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NEWS OF'THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Flag day.- v
Federal Judge Landis fined Chi
cago & Northwestern $100 for
leaving cattle more than 30 hours
Northwestern so busy telling
people it isn't affected "by freight
handlers' strike, it hadn't timcto
attend to cattle, presumably.
Harrison thinks he has killed
race track gambling in Chicago.
They've got to fists now at the
Coliseum. Maybe they'll use
guns before they're through.
Country wouldn't be hurt at
that, if some politicians were
Trust papers did an awful lot of
lying'about that stereotypers con
vention in San Francisco.
According to them, delegates
from Chicago union were unseat
ed about 10 times.
Seberia Palmquist fatally crush
ed between two boilers in shops
of Kroeschell Bros, 440 W. Erie
St., where he worked.
Peter Soderstrom, driver, and
E. McDougal, negro, held by po
lice after driving auto into street
car at Archer and S. LaSalle st
Assistant Chief Schuettler has
added bloodhound to his staff.
City council passed" ordinance
compelling all autos to stop at
street crossings when street cars
do to take on or let off passen
gers. By the way, what happened to
that ordinance "compelling" 'the
Elevated to give transfers?
And what's the use of a "com
pelling" ordinance that does not
Michael Fox, 29, deck, hand,
fatally injured when borax bag'
fell on him as he worked on
Wonder what the trust papers
think of International President
Freel of the Stereotypers, now?
Government secret service
agents to patrol Lake Michigan
excursion steamers all summer.
Good. There have been far too
many girls' lives ruined through
excursion steamers, as the Vice
Commission report will show.
Andy Lawrence got Federated
Trades' bandsmen arrested, but
he couldn't get juries to convict
Montgomery, Ward & Co.
forced its employes to sell trust
papers. Getting in bad.
Police on strike duty threaten
ing to strike themselves unless
put back in uniform. .
Police think. Arnold Keller,
1514 Lunt ave., lied about being
held up and robbed of $125 at
Southport and Lunt'aves., yes
terday. Wm. Fleeman, 201 N. Whip
ple st., first defendant in Court of
Domestic Relations given last,
chance to be decent to wife.
Bridewell if he doesn't.
U. S. Soldier M. C. Johnson ar
rested James Wilson, Illinois
hotel, as stick-up man. $25 for
Dr. Geo. B. Young, health com
missioner, investigating present
of $10 given one of his inspectors
by millinery firm.
Little presents of that sort gen
erally are for purpose of causing