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Hyde Park police station. Re
vived by matron.
Peter Burg, food inspector,
'Oak Forest infirmary, and Bry
an W. Conway, steward, to" be
fired for carrying off provisions
from the infirmary.
Edw. Burgess, 7, 6249 Emerald
ave., badly bitten by dog Wednes
day, may .die of injuries. At Pas
teur Institute under treatment.
Police have discovered no clue
to dynamiters of Manny Ab
rahams' saloon at 921 W. 12th st.
Manny himself was quite
shocked when it was suggested
that the dynamiting was the out
come of a gambling'war.
"What d'you mean gambling
war?" Manny inquired. "There
never has been any gambling in
This at least would make Man
ny eligible to a, job on our police
force, which doesn't know gam
bling when it sees it.
Mrs. Ida Sampson, 1240 S. 40th
court, held up and robbed of $25
at Springfield ave. "and W. 12th
Mrs. J. Morritz, 5441 Jefferson
ave., held up and robbed of $30
in front of 511 W. 59th st.
Miss Anna C. Carlin, book
keeper for J. A. Hopkins, printer,
39 E. 22nd St., arrested on charge
of embezzling $500.
Medill McCormick has wired
Illinois congressmen to know
whether they intend to support
Taft or Roosevelt.
If the congressmen say Taft, or
try to straddle the fence, Progres
sive candidates will be run against
Arthur W. Charles, chairman
of Democratic state committee,
has resigned as member of the
rivers and lakes commission.
Edward F. Dunne refused to
allow Charles to manage his cam
paign for governor so long as
Charles was drawing down $3,500
a year 'from the state from the
rivers and lakes job.
"I am for Mr. Taft," remarked
John M. Harlan, at 25 th ward
Republican meeting, "because he
is a true progressive."
Attorney Daniel Donahoe, Ai
leen Heppner and Detective Stie
fel, the three indicted in the
Funk-Henning conspiracy case,
have been released on bail.
Steamer W. J. Carter smashed
30 feet of railing of Rush street
bridge. Steamer not damaged.
$2,000 poor children were given
outing on lake and at Michigan
City in steamer chartered by
Peter Bartzen, president of coun
ty board, today.
Chas. W. Murphy brought back
to Chicago from Denver to an
swer charge fof forgery. Said to
have used $375 lie secured to pay,
expenses of honeymoon.
Miss Aline Gordon of. New
York, of course, has bought two
pairs of stockings. That isn't so
strange ;most young women wear
'em, but Miss Aline's are of pure
gold, $100 a pair, and she can
wear a pair but twice. ,, .
She But I don't love you
enough to marry you.
He That don't matter. I won't
be home much anyway.