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general offices in Cook county are
And it isn't surprising to find
that Sexton's list of under-assessed
corporations is headed by the
John E. Wayman fined $200
and costs by Jucjge Newcomer for
passing worthless checks.
Policemen Gilso, Crabtree and
McCacerty, Desplaines st. sta
tion, fined 10 days' pay each by
trial board for quarreling over
payment of drinks.
Police Lieut. -John Dawney,
Grand Crossing station, has quit
the force to become banker and
real estate operator on South Side.
1 Like all our other 'millionaire,
or near millionaire, police officers,
Dawney -made dough by "lucky
real estate deals."
Privates Wm. R. Breault and
Richard Lily, military convicts,
escaped from Fort Sheridan by
braining guard. Took his rifle and
The Tribune still is having fits
over the wickedness of Barney
Grogan, Democratic boss of the"
But Grogan isn't worrying.
The only person who ever put -a
dent in Grogan was Aid. Healy,
and he made it a good one.
Susan Adkens, 1523 Addison
St., committed suicide by inhaling
gas after vain attempt to live on
wages paid her by loop depart
Dr. F, W. McNamara has be
gun suit to force county to give
him back job as assistant county
physician. Fired by civil service
commission Feb. 12.
The kidnapping story' told by
Raymonia French, 14, 939 E. 55th
st, went to pieces when she was
accused by police of stealing dia
Edw. J. Buckley, third assist
ant fire marshal, appointed de
partment inspector to fill vacancy
left by Chief McDonnell, pro
moted. To get Beatrice C. Herman,
5007 Grand blvd., to marry him,
Abraham J. Koroski had his name
legally changed to Abe Jonas
Col. Roosevelt has changed
plan of making his confession of
fath speech to progressive con
vention Monday night. Will
make it Tuesday.
GoV. Tribune Deneen blew into
the city yesterday to see Roy O.
West, and try and think up some
way of avoiding a third party
The trust newspapers printed
columns of speech by Don Seitz,
of New York Wold, in which
Seitz said there was no such
thing as a capitalistic press.
But when they got down to
Louis F. Post, editor of the Pub
lic, who spoke at the same meet
ing, they merely said "Louis F.
Post also spoke.
That's because Post told the
truth about Chicago's trust news
papers. He said there wasn't a
decent ,truthful, unsubsidized
newspaper in the bunch.
Posto6ce authorities to insist
on getting right name, right ad-
dress arfd real reason for not get
ting mail at home of people who
get mail at general delivery.
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