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Gordon, ofNew Orleans, and
Mrs. Chas. Blaney, of San Fran
cisco, are the -four women who
will be on the Progressive na
tional committee. v
This will be the first time in
the history of American politics
that women have helped direct a
$20,000 worth of jewelry found
in barn at 1711 Carroll ave.
Adolph Dumont arrested as he
was entering barn. Police look
ing for Dumont's brother, Frank.
Small fire broke out in Mercy
hospital. Extinguished before
much damage, done, and panic
among patients prevented by
prompt action of nurses. v
Mrs. Margaret Lawrence ar
rested on bigamy complaint made
by husband, Frank Lawrence, 666
S. State st. , Says she got divorce
Victor Nelson, 2702 W. 23rd
St., and P. Bjiland, 2358 S. Oak
ley ave., badly injured when their
wagon was struck by street car at
- Chicago ave and E.-82nd st.
50 Indians, bucks, squaws and
papooses from Winnebago reser
vation marching on Chicago to
act scenes from "The Last of the
Mohicans" for moving picture
- HJM. Daley, real estate dealer
with office in Strauss bldg., ar
rested on complaint of S. David
son, 1655 W. 12th st. Davidson
says he gave Daley $350 for thea
ter Daley never owned.
Felix Markiewicz, 1540 Wash
burne ave., held in $1,500 bail by
U. S. Commissioner Foote.
fytarkiewicz "used mails to help J
him in business as wizard.
Over 5,000 gathered for open
ing of first grand feats of St.
Francesco di Paola at 25th place
and Wallace st. last night. Cele
bration to last 3, days.
Giovanni Tropinna got license
to marry Amelia Birtig Monday;
called for her yesterday. Amel
ia's brother-in-law, Antonio Hos
gnak, kicked Giovanni down
But Giovanni wasn't out for the
count. He phoned to Judge Coo
per. Judge Cooper sent couple of
deputy sheriff.'; to get Amelia.
They did, and Giovanni. Amelia
became Mrs. Tropinna.
Helen K. Piper, 14, 4,711 Evans
ave., last seen near her home in
company with man, believed to
have eloped. Police looking for
Irving Dahrin, 11, 9927 Ewihg
ave., shot nd probably fatally
wounded his brother, Charles, 8,
while playing with "unloaded"
Police looking for Mrs. A. .
Lyon," 1035 E. 47th st., missing
since Aug. 3. Her husband, A. L.
Lyon, recently was fined $200 for
"Jack," fox terrier owned by
Mrs. O. M. Dahl, 2623 Diversey
court, had his sentence to death
commuted to life term in wire
muzzle by Judge Williams.
"Jack" got into trouble by
playfully biting Cecil Lancaster,
11. 2629 Diversey court. He was
prosecuted and sentenced to death
by Judge Williams.
"Jack" had been the playmate
of all the children gi the neigh-
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