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upon which he has been balanc
ing since the Chicago convention.
Thejr demand thatDeneen eith
er take a stand against Taft or
face a third party candidate in the
If what Senator Lorimer said
about Deneen when he was state's
attorney is true, the governor
shouldn't mind taking a stand.
He took everything else that was
not nailed down.
Prepare for stories of a num
her of missing boys next week.
Buffalo Bill and his wild west
show are coming to town.
H. A. Smith, 153 Baird ave.,
Austin, arrested, charged with
passing several bogus checks on
Austin business men.
John E. Engebretson, 3304
Beach ave., and Louis Marx, 3252
W. North ave., grocers, have re
ceived notes signed "The Black
Hand," demanding money. It is
thought work of jokers.
Isaac Kerman, 1010 Belknap
street, tailor, died from injuries
received when he was thrown
from 12th st. car at St. Louis ave.
Louis Mueller, fisherman, So.
Chicago, fined $75 and costs on
charge of selling liquor without a
Isn't liquor legitimate "bait"
for a fisherman to handle?
George Wild, 60, 546 Wells st,
run down by auto driven by Mrs.
George Hartford, Oak Park, at
Jackson blvd. and State st. In
ternal injuries and fractured right
The widow of Abe Wilier, a
tailor, 1332 N. Leavitt st., has
sued the owners of the Titanic for
$10,000 damages. Wilier was
drowned in the disaster.
When she wrote to the steam
ship company they told her to go
ahead and sue; that she'd get the
fight of her life.
Wilier had made a small for
tune in Europe, and all of the
money was lost with him.
Policeman Oscar Hullen, on
strike duty, and John Brooks, dri
ver of trust newspaper wagon, se
verely hurt when wagon over
turned at Commercial ave. and E.
Morse Colbertz, 3732 N. Ash
land ave., fatally hurt by falling
from Clark st. car at North avS.
Died in hospital.
DOING IT NOW.
Him If I am elected mayor of
this town I'll close all the saloons.
Her Huh Judging from the
time you get home nights you
must be closing most of them
A revival of an excellent old
style is the reticule drawn up with
cords. The most fetching bags of
this sort are made of gaymaterial,
with a black satin lining showing
through beading openings.
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