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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 25, 1912, Image 8

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gien jurisdiction over Sheridan
road from Foster ave. to Devon
ave.
Not having been able to break
into the papers for some time,
Aviator Jimmie Ward is now kid
naping his 3-year-old daughter,
Katherine. Mrs. Ward got (di
vorce not long ago and is staying
with mother, 4457 Oakenwald av.
"Democracy's glorious prospect
this year is without a cloud in the
sky." C ongress man Sabath,
"harmonizing in the Broggs
house.
Ho wabout Willie Hoist, Andy
Lawrence and sich like dark
gloom-clouds?
D'you think any jury would
convict you for killing the gink
that goes breezing around'asking
"Is it hot enough for you?"
Gov. Straddle-the-fence De
neen is now getting it from all
sides and is joining the Tribune's
grand lodge of sorrow.
John M. Harlan has written
Deneen asking him if he is going
to support Taf t as head of Repub
lican ticket, openly and aggres
sively. Harlan, in his letter, says he
has read Deneen's statement in
answer to Roosevelt quizzers, but
that he cannot make out from
that statement whether or not
Deneen is going to support Taft
or merely not support Roosevelt.
If Deneen could only make up
his mind as to which side of the
fence most of the plum are von
he'd be happy.
On the other hand, how can
one make u pone's mind when one
has no mind to make up?
Cook county Democrats now
have a peace committee of three
Hoist-Harrison men and three
Sullivan men.
But they still have Andy Law
rence around in their midst, so
the peace prospects are prospect
ing very much.
Steamer United States, return
ing from excursion, "struck by
freighter Lehigh near State st
bridge.- No damage.
Joe Pelletier, 1258 Macalister
place, stabbed in neck by uniden
tified man in Kensington station,
I. C. Has received several "black
hand letters.
S. G. Chilson, real estate agent,
arrested as he was about to leave
for Hammond, Ind., on charge of
larceny as bailee. Said to have
induced Mrs. Lillian Dickman,
2752 W. 18th st., to give him $5Q
as payment on land.
Mrs. Harry Wolchanowsky,
4713 Prairie ave., had husband
taken before Court of Domestic
Relations on charge of having
choked her to make her give him
money.
, Robert Gray, 16, 1456 W. Con
gress st., run down and badly in
jured by northbound Clark st. car
at Barry ave.
Nearest hospital was the Chi
cago Union, 834 Wellington st.
But of course the street car com
pany tried to kidnap him and take
hi mto Sheridan Park hospital.
Policemen stopped them doing
so.'
It shows how much intention
the tramway company intends to
pay to that ordinance the city
i council passed.
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