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Dying of consumption, Mrs.
Kadfherine Oesterreicher, 2056
W. 21st place, told a ghastly tale
of cruelty in the court of doihestic
The tale so moved Judge Moran
that he ordered the woman's husr
1 band to py her $600 o sh'e'could
go home to Hungary to die.
After long search, August Geor
geses, hurt yesterday -in 'street
car accident at 12th and 'S.
Marshfield ave., discovered by po
lice at Littlejohn hospital,' 1410
W. Monroe- st. "
Georgeses was kidnaped' by the
street car company after the ac
cident. His relatives applied to
the police when the company re
fused all information about him.
Herman Smith, electrical work
er, held to grand jury for slaying
6f J. H. Alandar, business agent
of the Electrical Workers' union
The price of beef is still going
up, and the swollen fortunes of
the beef trust hogs continue Ho
Chairman Beveridge introduc
ed Jane Addams to the Progres
sive convention as "America's
most eminent and beloved wo
man." The platform of the hew Pro;
gressive party js a good platform,
but the best thing about the new
party is the support given it by
The support of 'Miss Addams
means much, because she never
before has become affiliated with
any political party.
Marie Ashton, of "Officer 666,"
will carry arm in'slfngfor several j
weeks. Man. weighing" about 200
pounds slipped and fell on Miss
Ashton at Ghicago Beach hotel
bathing beach. Tendrons of right
.Frank Lloyd Wright, he of the
spiritual hegira, is bSck home,
and'-'there's a rumor that he has
leftvhis spulmate, Mamah Borth
wjck. 'Frank Talbot, owner of St.
Louis-hippidrome, is back of plan
to build mammoth hippodrome
and office -building on southwest
c6rner of State and Lake sts.
Gusfav Strombeck, butcher,
1100 W. 59th st, fined $25 and
costs by Judge Rooney for buy
ing 8 stolen chickens from 4 boys.
Hazel Hassett 19, of Merrill,
Wis., and Edw. BYahtn, 6512 El
lis av.,arrested at 816 E. 63rd st
Brahm accused of luring girl here
from her home.
W. L. Bodine of Board of Edu
cation says 150,000 Chicago
school -children between ages of
7 and 14 are suffering from minor
If Bodine be right and since
he recently compiled the city
school 'census he ought to know
it's high time something was
done about it.
Miss Mary Collins held up and
robbed of $100 and $40 diamond
ring by negro near her home at
202 E. 56th st.
Four-year-old Sophia Flech
man ran away from her home at
1903 Evergreen av. at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning to see the
wide, wide world.
As the day went on and no
trace of her could be found her
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