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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Former Congressman J. R.
Watson, Indiana, to speak for
Taft at Orchestra, hall meeting
Announced at Taft headquar
ters today that ex-Gov. F. S.
Black, New York, is coming west
to make a few speeches. He nom
inated Roosevelt for president in
Mrs. Edna Phillips and Thos.
J. Sharum, alias "Little Juff
Davis," arrested today by post
office inspectors and are being
held as alleged members of a
gang of postal money order
Miss Margaret Fitzgerald and
Miss Blanche Walter, the two
nurses who attended Col. Roose
velt at Mercy hospital today-received
solid gold "bull moose"
pins, as gifts from their patient.
James McCarthy, 15, 2702 W.
Harrison St., ran into horse and.
buggy while riding wheel at S.
Oakley blvd. and Campbell park.
Mrs. Victoria Allen, 2509 Wil
cox ave., struck by auto of W.
Killim, 1924 Ogden ave., when it
backed up at Western ave. and
W. Madison St., to let wagon
pass. Severely injured. Killin
Mrs. Rubertha Mary Kantoos,
55 E. Madison St., found guilty
today of obtaining money by
means of confidence game.
Baltimore Star has got up a list
of "What Taft Has Not Done,."
and finds only 33 things to put
in it -
Cardinal Farley, New York, his
yicar general, Mgr. Michael J. La-
velle, D. D., and secretary, Mgr.
J. V. Lewis, arrived here today
en route to Denver.
Mathew Manhattan, 2600
Wentworth av., teamster, thrown
from wagon when struck by
street car at 26th st. and Calumet
av. Seriously injured.
Christopher Oldenberg, 2536
Tripp av., slightly hurt when
Cottage Grove car struck his
auto truck at E. 44th st.
- James Bagley, 5144 W. Lake
CARNEGIE IN A "DARBY.'
Oh, see the liappy little man in
the big new hat! Isn't he cun
ning? No, it isn't really too large
for him. That's the way they are
wearing 'em over in Lunnnpn,
you know down on the ears like
a stage tramp. The above snap
shot shows Andrew Carnegie, our
busiest'lit peace propagandist,
just off "the'boat from Europe.