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Goggins. Goggins says they at
M. Jancik, 1841 Allport St., fell
fromfles of theater at 1215 W.
18th st. and broke neck. " Died.
. Geo. Grehn, 1113 W. Chicago
ave., arrested charged with con
tributing to delinquency of Cath
erine Southwick, 17, 6846 Parnell
Florence Watters, 20, 1045 W.
47th -st, arrested on charge of J.
Johnson, owner of restaurant
where she worked. Stole $10 to
The state Democratic commit
tee isn't feeling at all good these
days, thank you.
Before the primaries, Edward
F. Dunne wasn't at all popular
with the state cdmmittee, which
did its best to job him.
Then the people expressed their
overwhelming preference for Mr.
Dunne, and he became the nomi
nee, and he's mighty likely to be
So the state committee is now
real anxious to show Dunne how
friendly it is to him. But Dunne
well, he doesn't seem to care a
whoop how much tlie committee
And the state committee wants
to manage Dunne's "campaign,
but it isn't at all sure it's going
to get the chance.
It's a hard, cold wqrld for politicians-
when the people, at the
primaries, choose someone the
politicians don't want.
So far onljthe .Tribune, the
Examiner, the Record-Herald,
Theodore Roosevelt and Clarence
5. Funk have explained that they
alone expelled Lorimer.
L. Laute, 118 N, Ada St., is suf
fering from the loss of $28 and a
large variety of wounds from
thinking he could lick two hold
Bernard Lundberg,3137 Racine
ave., "badly injured when struck
by Clark st, car at Lawrence ave.
Joe Toozchak, 1097 N. Hermit
age -ave., killed self with razor
while insane from heat,
Under a New York date line
th.e Journal hands its readers the
following highly exciting piece of
"Rev. Michael O'Flanagan en
livened a festival at Terrance Gar
den by a bitter attack on the
wealthy Irish Catholics of this
country and several in New
CHILLY IN BOSTON?
Boston, July 15. William Ko-lem,-leather
worker, hurried down
Washington street the other day,
wearing a fur coat and woolen
mittens. He was locked up for.
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