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are robbing hotel guests with
charming ease and elegance.
William Jennings Bryan, with
a long pencil and a large note
book, is "reparting" around the
city, and taking a whole lot in
without saying much.
Engine and ten coach train left
Grand Trunk tracks at W. 49th
st. No one hurt.
LaFollette's family is here. La
Folletfe' himself may be here, but
cannot be found. He'll probably
be on deck tomorrow, though.
Henry Steffan, 5014 S. Laflin
St., dropped dead in plant of Mor
ris & Co., in the stockyards.
Geo. Hennenger, 1301 S. 59th
s, electrocuted when he grabbed
thain suspended from electric
light pole, W. 12th and S. 58th
Convention ticket bucket shop,
announcing to all the world that
tickets are there to be sold, open
ed just across from Coliseum,
Armed guards placed around
new anti-tobacco sign erected by
Voliva's followers in Zion City.
"What difference is there be
tween Taft and Roosevelt?" in
quiries Eugene Debs.
Gene's kind of mild. We
wouldn't call it a "difference."
We'd call it a fight.
James Gamble, 13, dead as re
sult of bursting of gas main near
home in Waukegan. Four others
of Gamble family critically ill in
Jane McAllister .hospital.
Rev.FvH, Cook, delegate from
Vidalia, La., 'says- "Mr. Thomp
son, of Colorado1 of f red him $1,
000 to vote for RoaVevelt.
The Rev, Mr. Cook'alikf states
he refused the money, which, in
greenbacks, was shoved in front
"I don't want to give away
any secrets, but if father doesn't
get to speak in that convention
there'll be something doing!"
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, the
former "Princess Alice."
Roosevelt attended the Fourth
Presbyterian church yesterday.
Also, he sent note to Dr. G. L.
Robinson, in the pulpit, telling
him to cut the sermon short, be
cause he had a date at 1 o'clock.
The first encampment of Girl
Scouts in Chicago held at 76th
and Stony Island av. 16 girls m
uniform drilled under direction of
Mrs. L. Borhauer, 3118 Calumet.
"Mrs. Mary Martin, 90, and resi
dent of district for more than 60
years, died in home, 4210 Jackson
"Increase in insanity is this
country is due to newly acquired
riches and high living." Dr. S.
R. Pietrowicz, superintendent bf
Mrs. Laura T. Hammond, 33,
wife of Ira Hammond, 4857
Prairie av., attended Englewood
high school in short skirts fof
four years as girl of 18. Wants to
enter Chicago University.
B. Skompa, 1146 W. Ohio, de
serted 9-year-old son in Lincoln
Park. Told police he did not want
him any more. Arrested. Boy's
Dean Gintz, 6, '3004 Wallace
St., run over and killed by Hub
clothincr store auto wagon driven
Lby Herman Bong, 3218 Grove pL
.Bona reieasea Dy ponce.