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?o please 30 women?" E. A.EJol
stein, janitor, arrested on com
plaint of tenant of apartment
house, 1525 Dearborn av.
Theodore Gordon, 1515 Jack
son blvd., has sued Dr. J. S. Good
ridge, dentist, 2204 S. State st.,
for $200, because Goodridge lac
erated his nerves in pulling wis
Sen. Joseph M. Dixon has
warned state progressives that
Gov. Deneen will try to pack pro
gressive state convention Aug. 3,
Dixon directed his warning to
Medill McCormick. Why warn
McCormick? McCormick will be
in an any packing that goes on.
Tribune now is trying to take a
dignified stand on third parjiy
state ticket question says it will
have to support best man.
Father O'Callaghan last night
said the Tribune was guilty of
"phariseeism, which is below the
It looks like Roosevelt and the
real progressive leaders were
mighty liable to find out the truth
of this before they're through
with the left-handed "support" of
About the only thing Turkish
some people remember is the
Judge Robinson, of auto court,
says joy-riding on motor cycle,
with woman seated behind, is be
coming greatest speed evil of age.
John Boyd, 60, run over and
fatally injured by Chicago Amer
ican auto truck. Driver of truck
Guv. Deneen will now give an
imitation of an ostrich hiding its
I head in the sand. But there are
parts of the ostrich that are still
visible to the naked eye.
Judge Caverly dismissed
charges against R. McCoy, A. J.i
Mack and Geo. Hennessy, Hearst
thugs, who shot up Murray's sa
loon, Wells st. and North ave.,
because union bartender would
not serve strikebreakers.
Joe Canteau, 1014 W. Madison
st, run down and badly .injured
by motor cyclist, who put on full
speed and got away.
The people would be ahead if
.every darned federal judge in the
country would resign. We might
get a few square ones among the
Frank Gregory, Solomon, Kan.,
died foday of wound suffered
when he allowed Herman Schroe
der to "examine" his revolver.
Thirteen bartenders who were
pn duty, at Riverview picnic of
Federated Trades Saturday, have
given one day's wage each to
locked out newspaper workers.
Geo. Kraupe, 11, 4004 Gren
shaw st, run over and killed by;
Burlington switch engine at Ho
man ave. and Taylor st.
Domini Pasinchi, Tribune
slugger, ordered round of drinks
in Mrs. Rosa Albert's saloon, 1014
W. Harrison st. When asked to
pay, showed his special police
man's badge. Mrs. Albert not
satisfied. Pasinchi flashed his
gun. Fined $1 by Judge Dicker.
Woman's Auxiliary of Feder
ated Trades hejd meeting at
167 W. Randolph st to complete
plans fQr tag day a week from