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The Tribune has started an in
quest on the counts to find out
why justice is so hard to get.
If the Tribune really is in earn
est it better start its inquest right
One of the reasons justice is so
hard to get is that newspapers
like the Tribune dominate judges.
Policeman Michael Cleary ar
rested Tony Mastandrow in sa
loon at State and Congress last
Crowd outside objected to
Cleary arresting Mastandrow and
tried to release him. John Arm
strong, negro, 1601' Carl st, help
ed Cleary, Crowd Jbeat both of
In the end Cleary got Mastan
drow to the Clark st. station, but
not before reserves were called
out and there had been a general
Police Lieut. Darrow and the
trust newspapers blame it all on
man who had been denouncing
Mayor Harrison on the corner a
few minutes before.
Louis Ascher, New York drum
mer, walked into Pompeiian room,
fountain at Congress Hotel, and
then tried to charge hotel $10 for
the time he lost while his clothes
were drying in the boiler room.
Carl Kozenski stabbed and
badly wounded Geo. Jonan, 13210
Houston av. Arrested by Police
man James Gavin after fight.
Francis Mahlot, 14, S. 6th av.,
Maywood, struck and badly in
jured by 47th st. car at Evans av.
Katie Vacek, 2276 Blue Island
av., shot and .killed John Cizek in
Libuse Hall, 2039 W. 12th st., and
then committed suicide by inhaling-gas.
Bodies of Miss Vacek and Cizek
were discovered by Herman H.
Lesnick when he went to the hall
with Miss Elizabeth Ratsky to be
Cizek had betrayed Miss Vacek
under promise of marriage, and it
is believed that he refused to mar
Herbert Jenkins and Chas.
Comstock blew into town from
Grand Haven, Mich., yesterday.
Met affable stranger at dock.
Stranger introduced Bert and
Charlie to shell game and separ
ated each of them from $100.
N. B. Coger, 110 S. Canal st,
arrested with 6 other negroes in
raid. Coger charged with keeping
John Herzog, 554 Garfield av.,
shot and killed himself. Suffered
from locomotor ataxia.
Church, social settlement and
reform associations plan big mo
rality parade Sept. 28.
Mrs. John Burton, 1920 Central
Park av., badly injured when she
jumped from carriage at Diversey
blvd. and Lincoln av. when horses
ran away. Was returning from
Fred Sharp, 3 Delaware place,
struck and badly injured by auto
at N. Clark st. and Walton place.
Driver of auto escaped.
Miss Odra Miller, 7121 Perry
st., probably fatally injured when
she stepped from moving Went
worth av. car at W. 72nd st.
Frank Schwartz, 13 W. 115th
'st, fatally injured when his mo
torcycle skidded as he attempted
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