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self. One bullet took effect. Not
David Lyons, S. Clark St., tick
et broker, fined $150 and costs,
charged with violation of Hep
burn act. --
Nicholas Fatton, Aurora, mem
ber of the 2d cavalry, U. S. A.,v
dead at Fort Bliss, Tex., from
George Lay, Chinaman, owner
of basement store, 512 S. Clark
St., arrested; charged with selling
George P. Johnson, general
manager of Old Colony Life In
surance Co., fined $25 and costs
for speeding and $25 and costs for
threatening to secure discharge
of motorcycle cop who arrested
E. J. Byrd, colored, 3004 S.
State St., fell down steps. Broke
blood vessel in head. Dead.
John Rickey, 50r lawyer, 79
Dearborn st., arrested' oniCom-.
plaint of Ebba Peterson, 1446 N.
Artesian av., and Pojiceman John
O'Connor. O'Connor said he fol
lowed Rickey and saw him pfnch
and tip his hat to Miss Peterson.
He denied it. Trial Oct. 30.
-Miss Margaret Cole's figure
underwent a transformation
through wearing changing styles
and on this account she was given
jugment against a modiste by a
blushing jury of 12 men.
Fire which started in rubbish
pile caused $10,000 loss in harps
and china closets at harp manu
facturing plant of Sweetland
Shimmeyer Co., 5140 Lawrence
Leslie G. Parker, manager 1
Mercantile Laundry Co., 156 W.
Chicago av., fined $50 and costs
ofr violating women's ten-hour
ImfeKozma, 454 N. Western
av., started for Hungary to claim
inheritance. Was stopped and
lured in new bldg. near Dearborn
st. station and robbed of $700.
Evelyn Rogoss, 6, 1156 W. Van
Buren st., struck by street car
near her home. Died on way to
Who's the Prohibition nominee
for president? Quick, now, and
no fair calling up the telephone
girl to find out.
o o :'
HAS THE RIGHT IDEA '
Cleveland, O., Oct. 22. Brav-
ing the high cost of living, Her-t
mart Renclv car inspector, has
added two orphan children of his
brother-in-law to his own brood
of-five. -The new comers' mother
died a year ago, and their father,
died last week.
"Children don't cause the high'
cost of living," said vMrs. Rench
today. "They make the home
happier." - -
WHERE THEY ARE TODAY
Republican Pres. Taft in Bev-
Democratic Gov.. Wilson, in
Progressive Col. Roosevelt irt
Oyster Bay. ,.
"Joseph," said Jacob to his
only son, "my son, when you mar-'
ry, marry only for love. But be1
sure you love a woman that has:
got plenty of money,"