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fronrBaltimore, ready to tell any
one how he nominated Wilson.
Raid on handbook intore at
135 W. Water st Seven men ar
rested. Chas. Robinson "booked
With the help of Willie Hearst,
Theodore Roosevelt has discover
ed that Champ Clark was "be
trayed." The subway plans, pigeon
holed 1 year ago, have been taken
from their holes and dusted.
It is doubtful just what this is
an indication of. But it probably
indicates that some bright gink
has thought up a new way of
soaking the taxpayers.
Police are going to investigate
another "mysterious death m
the Lindloff family.
Nick Falarie, 103 E. 20th St.,
shot 5 times in body, Salvatore
Marino once through cheek, in
pi'stol duel in front of Falarie's
store. Falarie at St. Luke's hos
pital ; Marino at the Bridewell.
Albert T. Leach, 5536 Michi
gan ave., killed in auto accident
between Westville and Valparai
so, Ind. Driver of machine tried
to avoid collision with motor
cycle, and auto was ditched.
Mrs. Tillie Konioki, 4332 S.
Honore st., tried to commit sui
cide by eating match heads, but
August Krogel, 61, 2552 N.
Ashland ave., shot and killed self.
Depressed by heat.
John C. Henning, who accused
Clarence S. Funk of alienatine
the affections of his wife, still
missing. Police still searching
for him.,. - ,
The price of meat has' gone up
again. Oh, you knew that, did
you, Mrs. Housewife?
Leslie Kinsey, 8, 359 E. 23d St.,
struck and killed by auto said to
belong to J. L. Jones, N. Y. at
torney, at 23i3 st. and Calunfet
ave. Geo. C. Bodine, chauffeur,
held by police.
Stanley Palcyk, conductor of
auto bus, knocked from machine
while collecting fares at Milwau
kee and N. 56th aves. by auto
owned and driven by Leon Bruk
wicki, 5084 Avondale ave. Palcyk
killed. Bruckwicki arrested.
William Jennings Bryan pent
the Fourth in Chicago. He men
tioned, quite casually, that Wood
row Wilson would be elected
Detectives raided disorderly
house at 7 N. Carpenter st, ar
rested Catherine Brown, keeper,
2 inmates and 4 men.
Wm. Reiner, 21, Barrington,
111., started out to celebrate
Fourth with a shotgun'and died
of it. '
" Frank Carter, negro, 3156
Groveland ave., slept on window
sill because it was so hot. Police
picked up pieces and sent them to
Joseph Kuba, city employe,
stabbed and shot in blind pig at
Lee st. and Florence ave., Evans
ton. St. Francis hospital. Frank
Ptociennik sought by police.
Chas. Eckman, 2546 Prairie
ave., bit Joseph Akars, bartender,
in saloon at 220 E. 26th st, be
cause the drinks weren't coming
fast enough, and thus got himself
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