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Michigan ave. and E. 31st st.
James Culver, 12 W. 22nd st.,
driver of auto, arrested.
George Harris, 14, 1012 N.
Marshfield ave., living with uncle,
asked S. Clark st. station for
lodging. Said he was sent from
home of uncle after he lost his
job. Juvenile home.
Benjamin Stalkner, 838 N. 53rd
court, painter, Who, after kissing
his wife goodbye, tripped and fell
down stairs, is dead at county
Marcus Pollasky, arrested for
failure to pay his taxicab bill,
fined $5. Acted as his own coun
sel and has made an arrangement
with the company for credit.
William Hartman, 4158 N.
Irving st., had pocketbook stolen
while on Street car. Contained
$25 in cash and check for $12.80.
While trimming tree on North
western University campus,
Howard Osborn, track athlete,
fell forty feet to cement walk.
"A FRENCH REVOLUTION."
Pekin, Atig. 20. President
Yuah Shi Kai has made eVery
preparation for whatever trouble
may grow out of his execution of
Sun Yat Sen's friends, the Hupeh
Strong forces of troops' are on
duty everywhere. The presiden
tial headquarters are' completely
surrounded by soldiers.
Yuan himself dare n6t leave
the presidential palace. None but
those he trusts absolutely are al
lowed to come near him. He fears i
uisassination and with good J
f reason, for the dare-to-dies
have sworn his death.
Every one who enters the city .
is closely watched until the police
are satisfied that he or she, for,'
some 6f the best bomb throwers
in China are women has noth
ing to do with the "ader-to-dies."
Pekin is in the grip of a reign
of terror. No prominent Repub
lican feels safe.
One prominent Chinaman
shook his head sadly today when
asked what he thought of the sit
"It is the French revolution
over again,' he said, "and there
is much blod to be spilled.
"This is the beginning of the
terror, and we also have raised a
Napoleon his name is Yuah Shi
Kai." " ,
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