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wanted for cattle rustling in Mon
John Hendrickson died in
home, 1243 Otto blvd., of injuries
suffered when casting fell on him
while at work in Chalmers-Williams
Co.'s steel plant.
Maybe Barney Grogan wouldn't
let the Tribune run Eighteenth
Or maybe Grogan even had the
nerve to object to policemen de
tailed to duty in Eighteenth ward
working for trust newspapers.
John M. Harlan will speak in
Belmont hall, N. Clark and Bel
mont ave., tomorrow night, and
tell people why they should vote
John M. is probably sitting
with a wet towel around his head.
He has some job in front of him.
Mrs. Bessie Cooper, 4722 S.
Center -St., wakened by burglar
throttling' her. Scream wakened
husband, John Cooper, who grap
pled with burglar.
While husband and wife strug
gled with burglar, their 5-year-old
son, Walter, calle dthe police
The burglar was captured. Gave
name of John Tomashank. Want
ed for several other burglaries.
Bruno Kuffel, city .fireman,
dreamed he heard fire gong while
sleeping on porch of home, 2216
Powell ave. Jumped from porch.
Fell three stories. Probably die.
Raymonia French, 14, 939 E.
55th' st, kidnaped, drugged and
attacked by three men, who took
her to lonely spot on road to
Fire in smokehouse of Omaha
Packing Co.W.z3rd and S. Hal
sted sts.. caused panic among
scores of employes, many of them
women. Caused $5,000 damage.
Philip Kennedv, 1449 S. State
st went to bed in alley west of
Clark on Van Buren st. Garbage
wagon ran over him. Compound
fracture of both legs.
Frank 'Spafford fined $25 and
costs by Tudge Beitler for run
ning handbook at 184 W. Wash
ington st., one of Mont Tennes'
Wm. Redmond, leader of Irish
Nationalist party, may be guest
of honor and principal speaker at
coming annual picnic of United
Irish Societies of Chicago.
Mrs. Louise Lindloff has made
shrine of presents given her by
her son Otto, whom she is ac
cused of having murdered, in her
cell in the county jail, and kneels
before it daily.
Col. Roosevelt has approved
Sen. Dixon's choice of John M.
Parker, former Democrat, for per
manent chairman of progressive
Sen. John M. O'Connor says
our highminded city administra
tion is bluffing when it blames de
lay in construction of harbor on a
joker in the state harbor law.
"There isn't any joker," says
O'Connor, who drew up the law.
"Mayor Harrison's alleged dis
covery of a joker is a bluff, pure
That honor among thieves bus
iness doesn't seem, to .hold good
among trust newspaper publish
ers. What Victor Lawson and the