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it. Machine stopped itself, after
busting up wagon owned by Geo.
Ghost has not walked at Fort
Sheridan since June 3, and there
is much wailing and gnashing of
tpeth among the rookies.
Furthermore, the ghost will
not walk at Fort Sheridan until
our congress wakes up and ap
propriates the necessary.
Weaver Miller, 1105 E. 43rd
St., fined $5 by Judge Beitler for
driving auto past street car tak
ing passengers. First time under
Mrs. Katherine Walsh, 2048
Hastings sL, badly injured by
Geo. Roller, 2540 S. Hamlin st,
riding motor cycle.
Ida Goldstein, 25, 806 W.
Huron st, starved herself to
death in Vesta Circle hospital be
cause her sweetheart "broke date
Ida's sister Elizabeth ended her
life by gas asphyxiation five years
ago because she thought love of
man she was engaged to had
CHI TABS FOUR and FIVE
Robert Payne, 12, 1446 Catal
pa ave., struck and killed by
Northwestern L train at Bal
Willie Hoist has repudiated
Democratic party in interview in
Paris morning paper, because
they have refused to vote appro
priation for new battleships.
This ought to give the Demo
cratic party a chance of winning
in November if Willie sticks
Lillian McMaby 1459 Blue
Island ave., drowned in Lake
Michigan near Columbia Yacht
club by upsetting of rowboat.
Miss McMaby's body was re
covered by Illinois Naval Re
serve men and attempt made to
There was a dance on at the
Yacht club. Couples walked over
between dances to watch the ef
fort to bring life back to the limp
bodv. But the dance never
Rev. Wm. C. Covert, Republi
can elector from First congres
sional district the loop has re
signed because he feared he might
have to vote for Taft.
J. Y. Chisholm, Bloomington,
and Chas. D. Thomas, Cham
paign, two other Illinois Repub
lican electors, already have re
signed because of same fear.
Every time a politician with an
eye on the future thinks of havirig
to vote for Taft he suffers a se
vere attack of the Willies.
' Only the Old Guard, fighting
to the last ditch, and those who
want to hang on to the machine
organization, are really for Taft.
Gov. Deneen belongs in the sec
ond class those who want to
hang on to the organization.
Deneen's owner, the Tribune,
belongs right up in the air at
present, thank you.
Social and Mutual Advance-'
ment Ass'n for the Blind gave a
picnic at Duffekfs grove, 21st and
Burglar broke into home of
Thomas J. Riley, 5444 Michigan
ave., and got away with jewelry
valued at $3,000.
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