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read,1 overcome while working on
State st. -
Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, who
for seven years conducted af sa
loon at 418 Wells. St., has file'd a
petition in bankruptcy in the U.
5. district court.
Charles Haferkorn, piano mak
er, 4138" N. Oakley ave., found as
phyxiated in bath room of his
Walter Gaestel, 19, Newark, N.
J., killed by B. & O. switch en
gine at E. 89th st.
Rose Creighton, 1541 N. Ho
man ave., fined $85 and costs after
Josephine Murdock, 20, fresh
from country, told how the wo
man tried to lead her into the a
life of shame.
Harold H. Hoops, 22, son of W.
H. Hoops, manufacturer, who is
serving a term in Bridewell, will
not have to stand trial on charge
of operating confidence game.
The worthless check for $23
given by young Hoops has been
"fixed up." He was arrested for
annoying a young girl.
Blanche Boyce married to Ed
ward C. Boyce, Aug. 10, 1910,
lived with him one day. He is
suing for divdrce.
Frank Tzurkalski, life term
convict sentenced in Chicago for
murder, made a dash for liberty
at Joliet penitentiary as the pris
oners filed fnto the stone quarry
Engineer and fireman on a C. &
N. train near Ravertswood had to
Jump to save their lives when a
valve broke, sending out a stream
of hoi water. - - i
MERELY PGMTICS. i
Republican county organiza
tion still having fits about Bull
Moose policy of full state and
Republicans say state and
county ticket plan is just the plot
J. of disappointed office-seekers. "
Evidently what s worrying Re-
publicans is that these "disap?
pointed office-seekers" may snag
a few of the jobs Republicans are.
holding down. , i
Doubtless stand-patters would
be quite happy if Bull Moose
party would just talk a lot and
not try and get into office. .-: t
Taft, limping on his bunj
ankle, left Washington today for;
New York, where he will board
his private yacht, the Mayflower
for trip to New London, Conn.
Gov. Wilson returned to Sea
Girt after .night in New Yorl
during which he attended workr
ingman's dollar dinner. Says he
had great time.
Col. Roosevelt spent day in St.
Paul, with side trip to Minneap?
olis. Got a few more "thieves, pi
rates and robbers" out of his sys
"Twentieth century problem!
must be solved by a twentieth
century party' says the platform
of the Ohio Bull Moose party.
The Ohio Progressives nom
inated Arthur L. Garford of Elyjr
Maine will vote for governor
and state officials Tuesday. Re
publican and Democratic spell
binders busy. No Bull Moose tic&
et. Liquor main issue, as usual. a
' Prohibition leaders at Ada, 03