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and asked him why he didn't get
a move on in filing Sees bill of
exceptions with supreme court.
Wm. H. Bartels, publisher, ad
mitted, at -federal inquiry that he
printed pi ices of butter and eggs
from quotation committee of But-
tcr and Egg Board figures.
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tels prints prices as fixed by ac
tual transactions oqi the market
To a mere layman it looks like
the government has epough dope
now to start criminal proceedings
against the Butter & Egg Board
under the Sherman law.
PresidentPete Bartzen of coun
ty board has chartered steamer
United States for Aug. 2 and
2,000 poor mothers and children
will be gven trip to Michigan City
Mrs. C. L. Milburn, San An
tonioy Tex., injured by auto truck
owned by Frank Parmalee Co-, at
Jackson blvd. and S. Clark st.
The Tribune is progressive in,
national politics because it thinks
Roosevelt has a better chance of
winning than Taft.
The Tribune is not progressive
in state politics because Deneen is
its very own, -private governor,
and besides is in control of the
That's what made Father
m p'Callaghan of St. Mary's say the
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and phansee he knew of.
Chicago motorists are going
right ahead, just as if the city
council had not passed that ordi
nance "compelling" thejnto stop
within 10 feet of street takingion
or letting off passengers.
One of the best things our city
council does is pass ordinances
"compelling" people to do things.
And one of the best things
corporations and rich business
men of Chicago do is paying no
attention to those "compelling'
Gaden's hall, roadhouse at Mad
ison and Desplaines ave., Forest
Park, burned to ground. Entire
village threatened for time.
Mrs. Gadens, her two sons and
two servants, were rescued by
firemen after being overcome by
James Makis, owner of store at
Clybourn ave. and Division St.,
objected to non-union newsboy
selling papers in his doorway.
This evidently was very wrong
thing for Makis to do, because the
non-union newsboy called police
man and had Makis arrested.
John Maffi, street sweeper,
struck by Carson, Pirie, Scott
motor bus at Market and Adams
sts. Taken to Iroquois hospital.
The progressive party seems to
be having trouble at Springfield.
Two county conventions threat
ened. H. C. Garvey, president of
RRoosevelt club at Springfield,
issued call and ordered all dele
gates to sign pledge to support
third party state ticket.
The Deneen-Tribune men at
Springfield are kicking about this,
of course, and threatening to tiolt
the third party, and hold conven
tion of their own.
Mayor Harrison left for his
summer home last night.
During Harrison's absence,
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