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3iana av.,jirrested, charged with
giving short weight. Said he was
absent-minded. Fined $25 and
Reinhold Meyer, 56, retired
baker, 9153 Commercial av., dead.
Bullet. Suicide. Despondent over
recent death of daughter.
Ten cows from Ireland, prop
erty of Lord Decies, yesterday
won mostof the honors at the
National Dairy Show.
Is your gate still where it be
longs. Nov. 6 is set for the trial of G.
W. Fitzgerald, former sub-treasury
teller, indicted for the alleged
Case of J. L. McNamara, engi
neer at Harper school, continued
to next Tuesday.
Mrs. Herman Paepcke, 940 W.
Chicago av., robbed of diamond
brooch, valued at $1,500 while
riding in a Pullman sleeping car.
The Pullman Co. repored it to the
Albert Moonan, negro, drank
carbolic acid given him by mis
take by clerk in Hyde Park Hotel
drug store. Clerk gave him medi
cine and he recovered.
$5,000 fire in Criminal Court
bldg. 1,000 prisoners saw fire, but
made no kick. No one hurt.
Roosevelt 238, Wilson 65, Taft
39 result of straw vote taken on
19th floor of Republic bldg.
Lillian Russell will reach here
tomorrow, from New York.
Women of the Progressive party
will meet her and inform her that
it is Lillian Russell day.
Mrs. Jane B. Arnold, 1104
Dearborn av., granted divorce on
charge that her husband, F. J. Ar
nold, Beat her.
George Garber, driver for Jour
nal, fined $10 and costs today on
charge of cruelty to horse.
STANDS BY HUSBAND
Mrs. Charles Becker, wife of
police lieutenant convicted of
Rosenthal murder. She believes
her husband innocent.
A sick man who received from,
a friend a present of peaches pre
served in brandy sent his thanks
by letter in these unfortunately
chosen words: T appreciate the
peaches, and much more the
spirit in which they are offered,'
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