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door. Duffin had Mrs. Baer ar
rested on charge of assault on
Weymer. Weymer went to get
something to eat.
Colored Progressive Club of II
. linois formed last night at meet
ing at 3333 S. State st.
The Tribune thought for a
while that it was going to own the
new Progressive party and run it
any way it felt like.
But since then the Tribune has
discovered that Col. Roosevelt
has a few ideas of his owi as to
how the new party should be run.
It looks like the Progressive
National convention is going to
' be bigger in" delegates dt least
than either of the old party con
Prank Branke thought repre
senting himself as agent of Salva
tion Army fine scheme to get
moneys Frank will spend the
next year in the Bridewell.
Francesco Mistrello, 3, 846
Blue Island av., run down and
killed by Blue Island av. street car
while playing near her home. .
Cragin police investigating
death of Joseph Bolsinger, 2134
N. 41st court. Said to have been
pushed off street car Wednesday.
Judge Scully allowed continu
' ance in 7 cases growing out of
disappearance of Ca t h e r i n e
O'Brien, 16, 5145 S. State st.
Judge Scully said he wasn't sat
isfied with the lack of prosecution
in the caTse and criticised the
state's attorney's office.
Ray Havens, owner-of summer
resort, Mishawaka, Ind., died of
blood poisoning in gunshot
wound at St Elizabeth's hospital.
His 8-year-old nephew shot him
with "unloaded" gun.
Prominent Wilmette woman
called on police to arrest book
agent who was annoying resi
dents in her aristocratic neigh
borhood. Police investigated. Found
book agent was selling Bibles.
Told him to go right ahead, and
put Bibles in as many Wilmette
homes as possible.
After the disclosures of Mrs.
Louise DeKoven Brown as to the
kind of orgies that the sassiety
women of Wilmette indulge in,
one can understand the feeling of
the police in the matter.
William Jennings Bryan thinks
Taft's speech of acceptance of the
Republican nomination, the fun
niest thing he's heard in many a
Burglar got away with$100
worth of jewelry from home of
Mrs. L. Barnes, 1412 E. 54th.
Abandoned baby boy, about
one month old, found outside mil
linery store of Mrs. J. R. Gray,
3208 Indiana ave.
Burglar entered home of Mrs.
Esther Meyer, 2518 W. Division
st, but was frightened away by
Mrs. Mary Vesely, 2238 Fulton
st., spanked her 10-year-old
daughter for disobedience Thurs
day night Mary has not been
F. W. Morse has resigned as
vice president and general man
ager of Chicago & Alton. Pres.
Worthington going to hold down
both jobs besides Jiis own.
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