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nonal leaders not mentioning
any Republicans by name.
Hugo Brumm, 167 W. Division
st, suffering from operation, took
his life by gas asphyxiation.
Joseph Zybort, 4046 Pleasant
place, beaten to death by 3 un
identified men in front of hid
Looks like there might be first
class battle royal down at Coli
seum. Edw. Gildersleeve, 14, 1155 E.
54th place, killed by bullet fired
by men at target practice.
Funeral of Municipal Judge
Max Eberhardt, who died Satur
day, .will be held at Rosehill to
morrow. "Man has legislated according
to his own idea's so long that the
stealing of a young woraaa is less
a crime than the stealing of a
pig.M Dr. Anna Blount, to Vol
unteers. 22nd graduation exercises of
Jewish Training school of Chi
cago held in assembly room of
school, Clinton and W. 12th pi.
Kosher butchers opened up at
old prices yestdrday, but didn't
It isn't likely to be long .before
there are plenty of o-operative
butcher Shops over on the West
Then highway robbery via the
butcher shops will fall into disuse,
and the people will get a square
Lincoln Park sanitarium for
sick babies, supported by fresh
air fund, will open at Fullerton
ve, and .uicolnjia4&JLune 24. .
JLake Seamen's union is putting
up great fight for law to enforce
employment of enough , men on
steamers to insure safety for pas
sengers. Mrs. Georgia Chamalis, 25,
701 Vincennes ave.,. died of
burns suffered Jn gasolihe stove
explosion at Lakeside hospital.
Chicago clubwomen getting f
ready for biennial meeting of
Qeneral Federation of Women's -clubs
greatest affair inwonian's
clufr4tfe at San Francisco next
Horse driven , by Dr. Oliver
Hamlirt, Oakland', CaJ,, ran away
near Northwestern depot. Frac
tured Hamlin's knee.
Yacht Wizard, with crew of 7,
stranded ff foot 6fE, 40th St. U.
S. life-saving crew rescued "the
shipwrecked, and towed yacht to
Lonzetto Kuffol, 2, fell from
second story of home, 268 W. 22d '
E. E. Roberts, owner of Eagle
hotel, 1125 W- Madison st., held
up and robbed by 3 men in own
hotel. Locked in room while rob
Chauncey Read, 80, 6515 Yale
ave., died of injuries sufferedl&ay
3, when run down by wagon
owned by City Fuel Co. .
James Uieolay, 16, 4558 Oaken
wald ave., fell lh while canoeing
off E. 15th st. Managed to swim
Miss KatherynLiss, 20, "2700 N
Ridpvay aye., beaten and robbed
of $82 by two well dressed men v '
at Ridgway and Wrightwd0d v
ayes." Robbers. "