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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Geo. Hintberger, owner of sa
loon at 5100 N. Clark st., found
murdered behind his bar.
No motive is known for the
murder. No money was taken.
Hinterbergerleaves a widow and
Henry Metzger, crossing flag
man employed by Chicago &
Northwestern, committed sui
cide by hanging. x
John Umback struck and killed
by lightning near home of John
Clark, at Northfield, 111."
Federal authorities threatening
to take a hand in pure mile trou
ble. Say they may move agajnst
dairies under pure food act.
Naturally, politicians- cannot
see why all this fuss is being made
about milk. They don't drink it.
Frank E. Cornell, 1649 Wal
lace st, has a double. An enemy
of the double stabbed .Cornell
while he was sitting in Union
park. Cornell was taken to coun
Closing session of ' Desplaines
camp meeting devoted to eulogy
of late Bishop Warren, whose fu
neral was held at Denver today.
Internal revenue collector's of
fice figures that consumption of
beer has fallen off 35,000 barrels
during the last year.
Beula and Lottie Cleary, 9, S.
Hoyne ave., H. Rascher, 25 N.
Dea'rborn st., and A. A. Johnson,
chauffeur, all injured when their
auto crashed into electric light
pole at Van Buren and N. Albany
From delegates chosen to rep
resent Cook county at state pro-'
gressive convention Aug. 3, it
looks like there certainly will be a"
third party state ticket.
Every ward in Chicago in-,
structed its delegates to state
progressive convention to vote for
third party state ticket except the
Downstate delegates will put1
up a fight against a third party'
man running against Deneen for,
the governorship. J
The selection of Charles E.;
Merriam as temporary chairman'
of the state progressive conven
tion practically has been decided
Merriam is a real progressive,'
and is for not only a state third1
party ticket, but county ones as'
Gubona Cactrona, 864 Gault.
court, fined $100 by Judge Cacer
ly for saying "How are you, kid-,
do?" to Catherine McCormick,
820 Townsend st.
Robert Eaton, of Will county,
has announced his candidacy for:
nomination as governor on the
progressive ticket. Going to
open headquarters at the Con-'
Tickets on suburban lines, of I.
C. to be taken at stations instead:
of on trains after Aug. 1.
James Thompson, 1706 S. Dear-'
born st., found Elmer Campbell,
a neighbor, in his home. Stabbed
him 10 times, in face, head and .
Evidence in Funk-Henning
case goes to grand jary today.
Six indictments expected.