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tic about Woodrow Wilson, and
refuses to talk about T. iL
Harry Bossen, Central detail
policeman, charged with assault
and robbervof $60 by Leon Hahn
of 621 S". 40th ave.
Will of Daniel H. Burnham,
architect and creator of the Chi
cago plan, filed. Leaves estate of
$1,300,000. $50,000 to go to Art
Institute for architectural library
Chicago Barbers' Association
wants people to refer to barbers
s "groomers of mankind," in the
hope that this will uplift the "pro
fession." Three-story double 'brick build
ing, 1520-22 Johnson st, occupied
by two paper supply firms, gutted
by fire. Damage $50,000.
"Graft began 2,000 years be
fore the coming of Christ."
"Chief, will you come with us
aad give us your protection for
"You won't .need me, miss. My
.wife is going to be in the parade."
Prof. F. C. Eiselson of Chicago
But it's only in the last decade
or so, and in and around Chicago,
that it has been raised to a high
Over 1,000 delegates to 48th bi
ennial convention of Ancient Or-'
der of Hibernians welcomed to
Chicago by reception at Hotel La
This morning the delegates at
tended pontificial high mass, con
ducted by Archbishop Quigley, at
the Holy Name Cathedral.
West Chicago ave. station po
lice adopted a calf yesterday, then
quarreled' about whether they
should name it Rose, or Imogen,
or Ysobel, or Mary Roe.
And just about the time tfie
quarrel was at its height Captain
Healey "blew in, looked at the calf,
grinned, chuckled, and suggested
that perhaps the tjest name for it
would be John 'Doe.
Joseph Chmelik, 2426 S. Ho
man ave., fined $10 by Judge Wal
ker for stealing phonograph rec
ord of "You Go'tta Quit Kickin'
My Dawg Aroun'."
Now what d'you think a man
wanted to steal a blamed relic like
Fred Onesto 546 W.Taylor st.,
badly burned. Fell into vat of lye"
in plant at 50 S. Canal st.
License committee of city coun
cil has lifted ban on selling of cig
arettes within 600 feet of public
James McCauley, 1015 "Sedg
wick st., fined $100 for throwing '
stones at Mrs. Mary Fergus, a
neighbor. James said Mrs. Fer
gus tried to make him stop doing
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