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Asked in Judge Robinson's
court how much she wanted for
her broken heart.Miss Konda Go
wacka said $10, and got it.
Miss Gowacka sued Adam Zak-wiz-for
$1,000 for breach of prom
ise and told jury how $1,000 was
made up. The jury awarded her
Outside the $10 for her broken
heart, the other amounts were for
time taken up by Adam's court
ship, .trousseau, and .the wedding
Attorney- General Stead says
that Gov. Deneen cannot fill the
seat left vacant by William' Lori
mer. This, we should say, is some
thing to be downright "thankful
Lorimer, by the way, will ar
rive home from Washington next
Monday or Tuesday. His friends
plan big reception and mass meet
ing at Auditorium.
Michael Tarezrski, 3380 East
1 19th st., crushed to death in ele
vator at Griffin Car Whedl works,
116th and Cottage Grove ave.
Nick Doutas, Geneva, 111., came
to Chicago without money. Held
up at Halsted and Taylor sts.
Beaten and stabbed for his care
lessness. State's Attorney Wayman now
says he is working on an entirely
new angle of the Funk-Henning
It is to be hoped that Wayman
and the trust newspapers do not
intend to find any jno.re "myste
rious women in green, or blue, or
ed, or yellow.
Coroner. and police investigat
ing death of Oscar Wilson, Pine
Grove, 111., found unconscious
from injuries on Chicago &North
western tracks at Howard ave.
Died at Alexian Bros, hospital.
Chicago City Railways Com
pany says it does not ovm, oper
ate, or have-anything to do with
the Sheridan Park hospital.
S.trange that every time the car
company kidnaped a victim of one
of its cars, it had him taken to
the Sheridan Park hospital.
Perhaps it might be found that
Sidney Ossoski, claim agent for
the company, bought the hospital
himself and turned it over to the
physicians now running it.
Of course, Ossoski would have
done a thirig like this just because
he loved the physicians nit!
W. L. Martin, negro attorney,
fan amuck in city hall. Stabbed
Bailiff Chas. J. Peters. Captured
and taken to jail.
"This year again the assessors
have gone into the most delapi
dated tenements, returning enor
mous valuation on ramshackle
furniture and worthless trinkets
of the poor." Statement of Thos.
J. Webb, member Board of Re
view. And the funny thing is that
those same assessors skipped so
many rich familis and business
For instance, Aid. James B.
Bowler had to appear before, the
Board of Review himself and ask
that his personal property be as
sessed. The assessors who "re
turned enormous valuation" on
the property of the poor couldn't
think of assessing an alderman.
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