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Z.OC4JL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
The one piece of news over
which we refuse to get all het up
today is that about how John D.
Rockefeller looked, felt and acted
on his 73rd birthday
Effort is being made to secure
parole for Dr. Haldane Clemin
soji, sentenced to life imprison
ment for murdering his wife
Railroad rate hearing to fix
rate on fresh meat from Austin,
Minn., to Chicago begun in fed
eral building before Examiner G.
P. Boyle, of Interstate Commerce
Police searching for August
Salvatore, believed to be man
who shot and killed Mrs. Ther
esa Pdrro at Center ave. station
of Elevated while hundreds look
Neighbors of Miss Loudena
Aggen, school teacher, 1953 S.
Avers av., have complained to
Juvenile Protective Ass'n, saying
Miss Aggen entertains 15-year-old
boys seven nights a week.
Convention of the new national
Progressive party is to be held in
Chicago, August 5.
For some reason or other, the
trust newspapers seem to think
that a mention of Roosevelt's new
party is good occasion on which
to become excessively humorous.
Just why they should feel that
way about it is beyond under
standing. Roosevelt's new party
may or may not be any good, but
nevertheless it is a sign of the
awakening of the people of Amer
ica. And when the people, of Amer
ica really do awaken there will be
absolutely nothing humorous in
the situation for newspapers such
as those in the Chicago Publish
Police are searching for Car
mel Costello, who shot and kill
ed Tony Casino, 447 State st:,
Blue Island, Sunday night Cos
tello has fled to the woods near
Ira Copley, Republican con
gressman from Aurora, has come
out for Colonel Roosevelt.
Governor Deneen still is bal
ancing himself on the fence, and
thinking he will be abale to get
away with it.
Three friends of Frank M.
Kressel, 3032 Lincoln ave.,
thought it would be a great joke
to wear masks and hold Frank
Frank's three friends spent
three hours explaining this joke
to the police of the North Robey
The chief reason life is so dis
appointing right now- is that
when it isn't hot you get soaked
to the skin.
Sophie Dusza, 19, 1301 Wade
st, betrayed by Sam 'Hilton, 152
W. Huron st, committed 'suicide
Investigation into death of
Rose Partipilo, 822 W. Ohio st.
Police looking for Guiseppe Pac-
tiseillo, who roomed in the Par
Johnnie O Malley, who has
been running a saloon at .Kinzie
and Clark sincethe early days of
the oldest inhabitant,-is'going to
qtiit the saloon business.