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said so. Mrs. John does not like
"So I offs with my shoe"- to
give Mrs. Reis' own yersion jof
the succeeding events "and
soaks 'im one in the eye with it,
just playful like, you know."
John resented being spaked one
in the eye with his spouse'.s shoe,
and clambered 'oyer the 'table.
Mrs. Reis labored under the delu
sion he was going to kiss her, and
held up her face.
Whereupon lower .the lights
and turn on the soft music John
playfully bit off Mrs. Reis' upper
Mrs. Reis and her lip were
taken to the county hospital, to
be joined together again. Reis is
trying to explain himself.
In the intervals between call
ing the Sullivan men robbers, the
Hearst-Harrison so-called Demo
crats are issuing "harmorty state
ments to the press. .
Fred Fraser, musician, s.22 E.
18th st., arrested in I. C.'yards on
charge of looting dining cars.
State's Attorney Wayman has
refused to sign application of At
torney E. J. Queeney for writ of
mandate to compel electipn com
missioners to put his nameVon bal
lot for municipal judge in fall.
That artistic burglar looted
the home of Mrs. G. JE Grubbs,
1040 Dakin st, while Mrs. Grubbs
and her friends were playing
cards on back porch.
Mrs. Charlotte Pagequist, 7220
Woodlawrl ave., overcome by
heat at 79th st. municipal bath
"The professional labor leader
should be relegated to the scrap
head." W. L. Park, vice pres.
and, general ..manager of the I. C.
What Park would like is a lot
of amateur labor leaders, to
whom, it would be easy- to land
Park, -being general ' manager
of the I. C, which has kept its
shopmen locked out for months
because Jhey asked the simple
right of federation, knows all
about what HE wants in the way
bf labor leaders.
South Park commissioners au
thorized condemnation proceed
ings on property between E. 53rd
and 54th sts. on lake front as first
step toward new Burnham park.
Mrs. Rose Donaldson, 3646
Lexington st., committed suicide
by gas7 asphyxiation. Suffered
from nervous disorders.
Trying to get married to Vin
cent Astor has now assumed first
ank as a popular amusement
among young American women.
; Jeriy Kelly; 1851 W. Adams st,
instantly, killed at "his work when
block and tackle fell on him at W.
Randolph and N. Canal sts.
Cat owned by James Edie,
Stillwater,, presented him with
kitten with 3 heads, 12 legs and
3 tails. When the outraged tom
cat ,saw his progeny, he killed it
Edie was right proud of the
freak kitten, and he's real sore
about its murder, but you can't
blame the tomcat much.
R. D. Auguish, "Watermelon
King of Chicago," figures that
Chicagoans eat 25,000 . water
melons every day.
Lincoln park commissioners
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