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jears, Mrs. Harmes Baba found
hubby running restaurant at 631
Wells st. Chicago avenue police
station for hubby.
"100 police were.detailed to the
"black belt" to preevnt any undue
expression of enthusiasm over
Johnson's victory last night. But
they weren't needed.
Funeral services of Former
Mayor Gedrge B. Swift were held
from his residence, 5122 Wash
ington av., this afternoon. City
hall was closed today out of re
spect to Swift's memory.
.500 employes of Goodman ma
chine shop, 48th and Halsted sts.,
have gone on strike for 8-hour in
stead of 9-hour day. Goodman re
fused to treat "with the men. v
-Edward Duggan, 38, 1415 S.
Wabash' av, struck by Cottage
Grove av. car at Wabash and 14th
sts. Collar bone and rib fractured.
- Sam Jones, negro cook on City
of Benton Harbor, -shot negro
helper as boat was returning from
excursion. Jones arrested.
Woodrow Wilson.has decided
that first meeting of new national
committee" shall be held at Corv
gress hotel, July IS.
Norman E. Mack and a few
other bosses had decided the
meeting would be at New York,
bu,t'that didn't make a particle of
Frank Nigl, 3413 Hirsch St.,
died at Alexian Brothers' hospi
tal of injuries suffered in fall
down elevator shaft. -
Independent Order of B'Nai
B'rTth is to make international in
yestigation of white slave traffic
Adolph Kraus, 4518 Drexel blyd.i
to represent U. S.
Mrs. Ella O'Neill, 5403 Aber
deen St., died of injuries suffered
in fall1 from second story window
Rudolph Zuegler, 3120 North
Troy St., playfully fired revolver
to frigtyen bathers at Diversey
Beach, Lincoln Park. Police sta
tion. Mrs. ElIa'FIagg Young, will
lead insurgent fight of school
teachers against bossism of Nich
olas Murray Butler at National
Butler, you will remember,
drew up Taft platform, thus tak
ing rank with the world's great
est conundrum writers. t
Butler has been' trying his
standpat bossism on the N. E."A.,
and the members don't like it., So
they're going to.bust doc's steam
Genevieve Cook, 3127 Wash
ington blvd., and Hedwig Hoch
baum, 1827 Kenilworth aveu,
champ walkers of Prairie club,
walked to Milwaukee, and, came
home by train.
American Medicine, an medical
publication, says hobble skirts are
causing American girls to lose
their moral sense.
Shoemakers should stick to
their lasts, and doctors to their
Mrs. Eliz. Kocenka, 21, 5015
W. 24th place, tried suicide by
gas . asphyxiation in hep home.
Husband arrived in time.
Robert Hanna, 60, 3727 Grand
Boulevard, knocked down by
Clark st car at Belden ave. "Kid-
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