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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
"A nice looking old gent, a
stranger, meets me most every
noon and asks me out to lunch.
What course shall I take with
him?" writes Emily W. Take 'em
all, dear girl soup, fish, meat,
pie, cake, ice cream, walnuts, the
whole menu.. And if that doesn't
stop him take 'em twice.
Unidentified man about 40
years old found unconscious on
car tracks at Irving Park blvd.
and N. 63rd ave. Right foot cut
Edward Railing, 905 Thomas
st, robbed of watch and money
by 3 men at S. Halsted and Van
S. G. Fortune, civil war vet
eran, Whitinsville, 111., robbed of
$10 and pension warrant by three
men. Police arrested two of the
men but kept their names secret.
Entire Democratic harmony
ticket was endorsed by 31st Ward
Harrison Democratic club at a
meeting held in Lindquist's hall,"
61st and Morgan sts.
"Reform's got an awful blow at
Los Angeles. City prosecutor is
under charges of being caught
with lan Alice on his lap.
- Bddy of C. M. Lytle, Decatur,
111., found in river at Madison st.
bridge. His suit case was, found
pn Goodrich pier Oct. 1, where he
was waitingfor a boat.
' Miss Elizabeth Mullen, 18, 2426
W. Van Buren st, bitten twice
ion arm by bulldog.
Electric auto with license tag
No. 16123 ran away, and after go
ing several block unoccupied and
narrowly missing other vehicles,
ran into welding machine of C.
C. Ry. Co., at 47th st. and S. Pau
Two "retired farmers" are on
that Indianapolis dynamite jury.
Now, what in all creation is a
"retired farmer"? Must be one
that's ready to go to sleep.
Mrs. Louisa Lindloff will be
placed on trial Oct J 5 charged
with murder of her son, Alfred,
Fire in double 3-story flat bldg.
at 524-26 W. 60th pi. Explosion
of gas. Small loss. No one hurt.
Martin Byrne died suddenly
Monday night at his home, 303
S. Aberdeen st His mother, sev
en sisters and one brother sur
vive. Mrs. Agnes Morris, 2117 Wash
ington blvd., caused arrest of
three women who, she charges,
attacked and beat her when she
attempted to pick up baby who
had fallen from one of the wom
en's baby carriage.
The Ladies' Auxiliary, No. 10,
of the Chicago Federated News
paper Trades, will .give a benefit
dance at the Coliseum Annex,
Oct. 19, for benefit of locked-out
Funny how it tickled the news
papers when Wayman hounded
unfortunate -women and how
alarmed they became when he got
after prominent men who were
making money out of those wo
men. Three robbers entered depart
ment storeof J. Krumm 1509
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