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by attorneys for Cora Abbott,
against whom an injunction to
prevent her running disreputable
house at 2132 Armour av., is
Simon Hellen, 1041 Wellington
st., badly injured, and his horse
killed when Northwestern Ele
vated struck his wagon at N. Sac
ramento.and Eastwood av.
Burglars are at work inJHitch
cock hall, one of men's dormi
tories at University of Chicago.
Burglars naturally might be at
tracted to the institution founded
by such a past master in the art
as John D. Rockefeller.
City Smoke Inspector Mon
nett says that of the 8,000 smoke
stacks in Chicago only 200 need
watch for violations of the ordi
nances. Moses Gruder, 6, found wan
dering in Oak Park by police,
says he was abandoned by par
ents at Texas, 111., and sent to
Chicago to find a home in some
Judge C. S. Cutting last night
presented city with band stand at
Lake street and Central ave.
Mrs. Marie Mertlik, 1026 N.
Paulina st, told Judge Gemmill
she left her husband., Frank Mert
lik, 2727 Clifton Park ave., be
cause he wouldn't give her
enough room in the bed at night.
John Flynn, 1308 W. 47th st,
arraigned before Judge Heap for
"alienating the affections" of
Michael O'Leary, 4029 Throop
Mrs. O'Leary explained that
Flynn kept her husband out at
Bights. Judge Heap said It was
the first time he had heard of a
man being charged with stealing
Mrs. Anna Cook and daughter,
Kate, 5710 Aberdeen St., badly in
jured when their auto was struck
hy Hearst auto truck at 43 and
The police arrested the Hearst
driver, Daniel McLean, but later
released him on his own story of
Council committee on gas, oil
and light again took up the "push
button" phone, offered as substi
tute for the nickel first holdup.
Having taken it up, they put
it right down again, saying1 that
they would take it up again next
Our city council can do a most
wonderful amount of "taking up"
without getting anywhere.
For instance, it has been "tak
ing up" the question of forcing
the Elevated to obey the trans
fer ordinance, ever since the or
dinance waspassed, and the Ele
vated refused to give the trans
fers. But no citizen can get a
Job Harriman, Los Angeles,
will address mass meeting-of I. C.
strikers in Grand Crossing Odd
fellows' hall, 75th and Ellis ave.,
Sunday morning, July 21.
Chicago Federation of Labor
to investigate death of Carl Wei
mic, iron eriameler, who dropped
while at work in L. Wolff's fac
tory, July 4.
Weimic is said to have been
forced to work in a room in which
the temperature was almost 150