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mother of 7 grown children, all
well off, is unable to pay her rent
of $20 a month. Case continued
The fact that policemen here
get transfers from conductors
that have not been punched and
are good anytime during the day
is being looked up by detectives
by orders of Chief McWeeny.
"Bad women cannot out-vote
good women because good wo
men are in the majority." Jane
One of Will-um Ran-often
Hearst's Examiner wagons left
the office this morning on its 50th
av. route with 3,200 papers, and
when the driver was at Van
Buren and Kedzie av., on his way
back, he had 1,900 papers left.
And they say they have the cir
culation they used to.
Fred Schulebert, drunk, arrest
ed, told judge he had snakes.
Fined $5 and costs and sent to
Chas. Stechfield, 18, 5546
Woodlawn av., clerk, dead. Gas.
Albert A. Metzker, 35, Angola,
Ind., laborer, killed by L. S. train
at 100th st
Martin L. Dryden, 38, 882 S.,
State st., laborer, struck by car at
S. State st. and Hubbard ct. St.
Luke's Hospital. 'Severely in
jured, Maggie Kutshok, 31, 264 W.
22d pi., struck by wagon driven
by John Goetz, 2525 Line st.
Seriously injured. St Luke's
F. Le Roy Peterson, salesman,.
Maywood; Mrs. Leah Counvisar,
1930 W. Division st., and Henry
Hanson, 905 Wilson av., all seri
ously injured when P. Mk train,
coming here, was wrecked near
St. Joseph, Mich.
First general rehearsal of Jane
Addams' girl chorus of 300 voices
was held at 4305 Cottage Grove
av. last night. They will sing
praises for Roosevelt from now
until election day.
Stephen Korfetz, 42, 1630 W.
18th st., dead from injuries re
ceived when carcass of calf fell on
him from wagon.
Auto patrol now takes place of
horse-drawn patrol at Maxwell
Unidentified woman struck by
taxi at- 14th and S. dlark sts.
Taxi driver deserted the taxi and
fled. She did the same.
Abraham Peterson, Molme,
111., robbed-of $42 and union card
in Growd at Wilson meeting at
Tony Schaefer, 609 S. State
st, fined $200 and costs and sen
tenced to 6 months in House of
Correction for taking employer's
auto truck without permission
and breaking speed law.
TIT FOR TAT
Scene: A smoking compart-1
ment in a railway tram.
Old Gent (to Pat) Young
man, allow me to inform you tha
out of every ten cases'of men suf
fering from paralysis of the ton
gue, nine are due to smoking. j
Private Pat Sorr, allow me to
infor-um you that out of ivery ten
men suffering from broken nosc&"
aoine are due to the habit o' not
minding their own business.
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