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, Roosevelt's progressive na
tional convention to be held in
Coliseum, beginning Aug. 5.
Mrs. W. W. McLean, wife of
man who played open board of
trade and lost, offers her 14-year-old
daughter, Margaret, for adop
Mrs. McLean is a housekeeper.
She asks those who will consider
.adoption of Margaret to write
care of Citizens' League, Ashland
"A young girl has more need
of pretty dresses, music, culture
and flowers than for mother
Jove," says Mrs. McLean, "and a
,girl who is a maid or a cook is an
It is pitifully true that the girl
who becomes a maid or a cook be
comes also an outcast, although
there is no reason why she should.
Chicago was treated to a cow
boy wedding yesterday, when
Marie Dedual 'and Wm. Hender
son joined in the holy bonds of
Henderson is a cattle buyer,
and 200 of hisrough rider friends,
on broncs, met him and his "bride
as they left St. George's church,
3924 Wentworth ave., after the
Also, the moving picture man
was right on the job, and pictures
of Chicago's cowboy wedding
will be on show within, the week..
Paul Hannet, 3, 10700 Macki
naw ave.,TS. Chicago, played with
fire. Probably will die of it.
Popular Mechanics gives seven
modern wonders of the world as :
,Wireless, telephone, aeroplane,
radium, antiseptics -and antitox-,
ins, spectrum-analysis and X-ray.
Why has Popular Mechanics
thus slighted Willie Randolluf
Leo E. Eifel, 2224 Melrose st.,
man with whom Annie Milet, 19,
1524 Belmont ave., quarreled just
before throwing herself in river,
has surrendered to police. Held
pending' inquest on girl.
Gustave Clausen, brakeman,
killed when freight train on Belt
Line railway crashed into string
of empty cars at 18th st. and S.
47th ave. ,
"Hearst tells England, U. S.
will not yield." Head in Exam
iner. So now we know who is em
peror of the U. S. none other
than little Willie Hearst, who
breezes around telling other coun
tries where they get off.
The Tribune went right to
work today and discovered a
"man of mystery" in the Morrow
From a patient perusal of the
trust newspapers, we gather that
Chicago- is just chuck full of
"men and women of mystery,"
whatever they are.
A. R. Thollander, 428 W. 58th
st, has disappeared. Police are
searching for him.
After disappearing, Thollander
sent notes to friends saying he
was going to commit suicide, but
police suspect he's romping round
with some woman he prefers to
Now admitted that Mrs. F. A.
Wilcox, signal operator at West
ern Springs at time of wreck, is
the Mrs. Wilcox who was inmate