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the freight handlers and clerks by
the Western roads entering Chi
cago was enjoyed today.
New York is not the only American-city
with police department
that resorts to murder and thug
gery. Police looking for well-dressed
woman who abandoned 3 months
old baby in ante-room of ball
room in Lincoln Park.
Doctors, settlement workers,
scientific experts and mothers
all are condemning the city coun
cil for killing the pure milk ordi
nance. Dr. Isaac A. Abt suggests" that"
dealers who supply impure milk
be sent to pen for "conspiring
against the health and safety of
th human race."
And why not send aldermen
who kill pure milk ordinance be
cause they "might hurt business"
to join the dealers?
Frank Wenzel, 1905 Loomis
St., brushed from rear step of
southbound Halsted sL car. Porb
ably fatally injured.
Edward F. Dunne held first
meeting of his campaign for gov
ernorship in open air at Steger,
111., today. '
David Halan, 3716 Union ave.,
cut his throat with razor when he
saw detectives coming to arrest
him. Provident hospital. Will
Jerry Maynard, driver of Truck
Company No. 18, suffered frac
ture of left leg driving to fire at
S. Halsted and W. Fiftieth place.
Albert Ulrich, 3013 Belmont
ave., machinist employed by Lar
$en Ice Machinery Co., crushed
in machinery. Broken leg and in
ternal injuries. St. Anthony's
Arthur Mc Arthur, 16 Aberdeen
St., morphine fiend, found uncon
scious on sidewalk at W. Chicago
and N. akley aves. Died in W.
Chicago ave. police station.
Residents in vicinity of Lincoln
ave. and Irving Park blvd., say
Police Sergeant Kellogg has
given up his other activities in or
der to help son sell non-union
Wojkers of West Side will hold
mass, meeting Sunday morning at
10 o'clock atll25 Blue Island ave.
Plans to help the locked "out
newspaper' trades, and ladies' tail
ors, and the striking furriers of
New York will be discussed.
Patrolman Win. D. Williams,
22nd sL station, held to errand
jury for murder of Earl Farrell '
June 29th. last, by coroner's jury.
Williams arrested suspect in sa
loon at 3 1st and Halsted strs.
Prisoner broke away from him.
Williams fired into crowd, killing
young Farrell, and wounding his
brother, Edmund J. Farrell.
Williams told coroner's jury
he fired because his life was in
danger.' South Park Policeman
Tom Lawrence testified that
Williams' life was not in danger
and that Williams fired at ran
dom. "Unless the public shows suffi
cient interest to show they want
the pure milk ordinance passed,
there will be no special session of
the council for that purpose."
Aid. Nance, chairman of health
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