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here are -the railroads that sent
thejiteous appeal to Jhe sena
tors: The Burlington, I. C, St. Paul,
Great Western, Chicago & Alton,
Santa Fee, Chicago & Northwest
ern, Rock Island, St. Louis & San
Francisco Elgin, Joliet & East
ern, Chicago & Western Indiana,
N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis, and
State's Attorney Wayman is
haying a fit about the parole sys
tem of the state.
State's Attorney Wayman isi
not hajng a fit ahout the crimes
cpmmitted by the thugs employ
ed by the trust newspapers, and
deputised as sheriffs by dimmer.
Joe' Evans, 1327 Coblente st,
and J. Burke, 1752 W. Polk st.,
begged to be arrested when
caught ransacking rooms of Mrs.
Annette Paryabala, 844 Vernon
Park place That was because of
what Mrs. Paryabala's friends
were doing to them.
Wm. Henry, Cleveland, 0.,
blew into town and didn't choose
a good xoftming house. Robbed
of $23, his clothes, and kicked, out
of the "hotel."
Leon Brukwicki, 5084 Avon
dale ave , exonerated for death of
S. Palcyk, killed "by being knock
ed down by auto driven by Bruk
wicki. John Bartz, inmate of Dunning,
died of injuries suffered in fall
out of bed.
Mrs. Harry Graham, 13 N.
Peoria st, quarreled with hus
band. Took poison. County hos
pital. Probably die.
Policeman C. O. Olson, Central
Detail, and-A. Friedman, Hears?
slugger, hurt when thrown fron
seat of trust newspaper wagon.
Cheap wagon. Axle broke.
Friedman is one of the men im
plicated in the murder of Street
Car Conductor Witt.
W. J. Frisbie, address un
known, had taxicab ride to Fox
Lake and back yesterday, and re
fused to pay bill. Now in jail.
W. H. Huggins, 20 W. Maple
st, charged' with embezzlement
by Solar Art Light Co., for whom
he was cpllector. Released with
out bond by Judge Caverjy.
Mrs. Clara G. Tallman, granted
divorce from J. B. Tallman, River
Forest, "by Judge McDonald.
City council is going to revise
through routes of street railways
What for? The street railway
company won't pay any attention
to the council !
You remember that not long
ago the city council passed an or
dinance "compelling-" the elevat
ed to give transfers, don't 3'ou?
And you've noticed how easy it
is to get a transfer from the ele
vated since then, have you not?
Nei then have we.
Harry E. Wallace, Civil Ser
vice Commission, has elected
.himself candidate for job as trus
tee of municipal pension fund.
'New member to be chosen Mon
Dan Kenneally, 18, 812 W. Van
jBuren st, shot through foot by
Policeman Hague. Hague says
Kenneally ran when he tried to
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