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ave., went swimming in Calumet
river. Cramps. Drowned.
Gov. Deneen says he is not go
ing to be a candidate for the seat
of William Lorimer in the U. S.
Which makes another thing be
sides the cool 'breeze to be thank
Former Senator Albert J. Hop
kins says he thinks he ought to
be appointed. Thinking he ought
to be is all the length Hopkins is
likely to get.
In his last speech before the
Senate William Lorimer said that
even if his seat were taken from
him, "I shall fight on and on-and
on until the entire country real
izes the injustice done me."
That remark is causing our rev
ered contemporary, the Tribune,
a great deal of worry.
"Hodcarriers get better pay
than the average minister in the
U. S." Rev. M. D. Shutter, at
closing session of Young People's
Katherine Stinson, 18, of Jack
son, Miss., won international aer
oplane pilot's license at the Cicero
field of the Illinois Aero Club:
And Aviator Max Lillie used
his biplane in order to supply two
fair maidens with ice cream. Sail
ed from the field to Garfield Park
Henry Anderson, 1130 Sedg
wick st., struck and killed by
street car at Clybourn ave. and
G. Cartuccio, Italian, shot and
fatally wounded by 3 Italians in
front of home, 941 Milton ave.
Did not recognize assassins.
S. Osgood, saloonkeeper, 2101
W. Ohio st., died of reaching for
revolver when ordered by hold-up
.to throw up his hands.
City Club says that getting rid
of city's waste is one of the most
important things before the coun
cil. We agree with the City Club.
The problem of getting rid of our
garbage and Andy Lawrence
ought to be attended to at once.
Emma Anderson, 291v7 Went
worth ave., shot and killed in
home by Harry Williams, also
colored. Williams told police he
"mistook her for someone else."
Mrs. Fannie Weiss, 1631 S.
Homan ave., found dead in gas
filled bathroom of home. Believed
Walter Cliff, 2627 Jackson
blvd., fell in lake when fishing
from government pier. Rescued
by brother-in-law, H. H. Nohr,
2818 Wilcox ave.
Reported that Irma Kilgallen,
former Countess de Beaufort, has
been married to "Bat" Nelson.
Neither she nor her father will
Dr. A. C. Stone, 1220 Jackson
blvd., went to collect bill from Dr.
Stephen Chakey, 1827 Blue Isl
and ave., and collected a flatiron
on his head. Stabbed Chakey in
stomach. Arrested. Chakey in
August Grabowski, 1350 North
Western ave., committed suicide
by drinking carbolic acid. Heat. '
Henry Cushman, 5737 S. Cen
ter ave., fotally shot, and John
Quinn, 5737 S. Elizabeth st., shot
through cheek by Policeman Geo.