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Urey Woodson, first of national
Democratic chieftains, arrived in
town to arrange for meeting of
national committee at Congress
Hotel, July 15.
Marse Henry Watterson, Lou
isville, ble.w in shortly afterward,
but there's good reason to sup
pose Marse Henry will blow out
again before Woodrow Wilson
Medill McCormick, Chauncey
Depew and Walter Clyde Jones
are very busy trying to arrange
for the political funerals of Illi
nois Republicans who have re
fused to join Roosevelt's new
Miss Grace Strachan, New
York, says she will not bolt the
National Educational Ass'n, de
spite the best efforts of' the trust
oapers to get her to do so.
' Will of Philip Haas, 2394 N.
THEY DO, FOR A FACT.
He--How do you distinguish
the waiters from the guests
they both wear full dress suits ?
She That's easy. The waiters
act like gentlemen.
Leavitt st., cuts off son, George,
with $2 because "he is not worthy
the sun may shine upon him."
City council subcommittee still
City council subcommittee
still drafting ordinances, to com
pel theaters to safeguard lives of
Joe Poriask, 6, run over by auto
truck at W. 47th and Laflin sts.
Right arm fractured, body and
Mrs. P. I. Harpman,,1209' E.
47th st., struck by auto driven by
Joe Gunn, negro, at Evans ave.
and E. 47th st.
Chief of Police McWeeny: is
real peeved because officers or
dered to report stores within. 600
feet of public school buildings
have not done so.
The police continue to find ar
senic in the bodies of relatives of
Mrs. Louise Lindloff.
The plan to hold from Chicago
an aviation race of 1,000 miles as
a sort of air derby busted because
the American Aero club hasn't
enough money for the prizes.
Mrs. Rose Ripka, 23, 4555 S.
Justine stM died of wound caused
by stray bullet on Fourth of
Edw. Weller, 918 Lincoln St.,
sentenced to 30 days by Judge
Caverly for stealing 30 cents.
Stealing 30 cents is dangerous,
but stealing a million or two is a
mere pleasurable pastime.
Jacob Bodiak, 686 N. May st,
crushed and badly injured by ele
vator in Hanson & Olson foun
dry, 130 N. Jefferson st.
Judge Kickham Scanlan denied
motion for change of venue made
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