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State Senator Frank H. Funk,
of Bloomington, likely to be pro
gressive candidate for governor.
Chauncey Depew has resigned
as Republican state committee-man
frgm 1st congressional dis
trict in order to join progressives.
Mrs. Florence E. Kirkpatrick,
" '6332 Sheridan road, given $400 a
month alimony in separate main
tenance suit against Walter E.
Kirkpatrick, railroad promoter.
Col. James Hamilton Lewis
was Mrs. Fit'zpatrick's lawyer,
and he got her the alimony by a
"A woman of beauty who yields
her unusual charms to one man
should be so clothed and housed
and established by that man that
her gifts from heaven shall not
languish unappreciated," remark
ed J. Ham.
Then, drawing another breath:
"This sweet lady must have her
ornamentation. The naked jewel
mus.t have its setting. The rose
must have its perfume."
' Miss Minnie Brockman and
Emil Paulat, both of 146 E. 117th
st., held to grand jury by Judge
Newcomer for arson. Firernen
found oiled rags iri burning gro
cery owned by them.
Richard Carlson, Rockford,
111., wants police to arrest John
McMara, address unknown, for
marrying his wife.
Jack Gould, grandson-of Mrs.
F. E. Gould, 7807 Bond ave., shot
- and. killed at Prescott, Ariz.
Some of the guards at the coun
ty jail have a sense of humor they
ought to take out and drop in the
As a joke, they told Choo Foo
Horn, convicted murderer, that
he was on way to execution when
he was taken before Judge Ker
sten in criminal court.
Choo Foo sad his prayers, ar
rayed himself in clean linen and
walked calmly out. If the guards
weren't ashamed, they ought to
Sheriff Zimmer says he will
make an investigation, and if he
finds the guards with the grisly
sense of humor, punish them.
Choo Foo was sentenced to 20
years by Judge Kersten, and
never batted an' eye when he real
ized he wasn't to be hanged after
Health Inspectors Armstrong
and Dwyer investigated some of
the dairies that supply Chicago
with milk. Found conditions dis
gusting. Yet our city council killed the
pure milk ordinance that would
have forced a change in those
conditions because it "might hurt
Probably the babies of Chicago,
if they could talk, would say they
didn't care a whoop about hurt
ing business so long as the milk
dealers were forced to quit poi
Mrs. Louise. Lindloff, under in
dictment for murder of son, will
apply to Judge Kersten for re
lease on bail Monday.
Mayor Harrison, we are told,
left orders that the lid was not to
be lifted during his vacation.
Has the lid been on so very
tightly of late?
Evelyn Arthur See wants to
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