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5 passenger auto crashed through
fence at Jackson blvd. and Aber
deen st, at 6 a. rn.
When police arrived, only one
of party left was chauffeur. Gave
name of John Jones, and said he
was employed by Jackson garage,
1330 Jackson blvd.
At the garage, which admitted
owning the machine, it was said
that no chauffeur of the name of
Johnjones was known, and every
one refused to talk about the ac
cident. Ida Duke, 19, who came to
Chicago two weeks ago to marry
Wm. H. Failing after matrimon
ial agency meeting, was released
by Judge Burke today.
Judge Burke asked Miss Duke
to let him know if she heard from
Failing, and remarked that he
would give her a trip around the
world if he could lay hands on
Failing right then.
Mrs. L. E. Holmes, 4300 Ellis
ave., arrested on charge of ob
structing and retarding the U. S.
Charles R. Spreckles, mail car
rier,, says Mrs. Holmes grabbed
all the letters in his mail bag
after refusing to sign her name
for special delivery letter ad
dressed to another woman in her
Medill McCormick, chairman
of state Progressive committee,
says the Illinois campaign will
be opened immediately.
Wta Lodtman, 67, who claims
he is member of German nobility,,
arrested on charge of passing bad
The two" favorite amusements
of foreign noblemen who come to
this country seems to be marry
ing (and beating up) heiresses,
and passing bum checks.
The passing of a pure milk or
dinance is now up to the city
council. Special session will be
held Aug, 14.
Meantime the citizens' pure
milk committee is going to work
for the passage of the ordinance.
First meeting will be held tomor
Karl Kallman, 5402 S. Fifth
aye.r committed suicide by gas
asphyxiation in his room in the
Bellevue hotel. Had been drink
F. W. Trade, engineer of Hun
ter bldg., Madison and Market,
died suddenly while at work, pre
sumably of heart disease..
"I further charge Gov. Deneen
and his administration with scan
dalous corruption and graft."
Edward F. Dunne, in first cam
paign speech at Litchfield.
At least it cannot be said that
Dunne minces his words, when he
has anything he wishes to get off
The Examiner today warns
Dunne that he is running the
state Democratic campaign
straight to perdition.
What the Examiner wants
Dunne 'to 'do is run the Demo
cratic campaign straight intd
Andy Lawrence's office only
Dunne can't see it that way.
As between running the cam
paign to perdition, and running it
into the hands of Andy Lawrence,
the people probably would choose
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