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. H. J. Bonney, whose auto
struck and killed-John Funk, 24,
,W. Indiana St., exonerated by
j Jury in case of Frank Peterson,
16-, 2300 Ems st., run dpwn and
killed by auto, unable to fix re
sponsibility. Returned open ver
dict. Judge Robinson, sitting in auto
court, says he is going to impose
maximum fines on all speeders so
long as auto killings continue.
Yes, Lorimer gets back to
night Later on he may get back
at the trust newspapers.
Person from Philadelphia who
has been skinning Chicago suck
ers out of $15,000 a week on base
ball pools, has left the city.
Possibly he heard that Assist
ant Chief of Police Schuettler was
'"breezing around inquiring for
These are poor days for the
pussyfoot in politics look at the
Hon. (if you don't care what you
say) Deneen, f'rinstance.
Theaters are going to try to
get along without musicians "be
cause the musicians want living
wages. In the meantime the peo
ple are getting along without
high-priced theaters. Going to
Ancient Order of Hibernians
has given $38,000 to Catholic
Church Extension society.
Mary Mysluise, 12, 542 Max-
,well st., picking up potatoes in B.
& O. yards, sawrailroad detective
coming. Ran. Tripped, and fell
on rails. Killed instantly.
Paul Studensky, Russian wait
er, escaped death only by pres
ence of mind, when his biplane
gear broke during flight at Ci
From what government has
found out about Chicago Butter
and Egg board in chancery pro
ceedings, it thinks it has enough
dope to begin crirninal action.
Since the Henning-Funk case is
so awful, and terrible, why
doesn't some one do something
Perhaps because the trust
newspapers now have given
themselves up to digging up
"mysterious women" and "other
victims" in the Lindloff case.
Another crooked judge gone.
Judge Hanford resigned. But will
Taft give his job to another
crooked judge picked by Big
Mayor Harrison says the lake
fish are tame, not wild.
Perhaps, but they certainly do
make wild liars of fishermen.
The blame for the Western
Springs wreck was pretty well
Coroner Hoffman summed up
his findings in four counts. The
first two blame Mrs. Wilcox
first for holding- the limited, and
then for not holding the mail.
The third blamed the flagman
of the limited for not protecting
his train "better, and the fourth all
Burlington engineers for not re
ducing speed in fogs.
But the real blame was fixed by
Hiram-W. Belknap, special inves
tigator for the Interstate Com
merce Commission, in about two
Belknap read to Conductor Geo.
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