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at Grand av. and Paulina st. Un
known driver took him to St.
Mary's hospital. Conditipn crit
ical. Bridewell prisoners .will be
treated to Thanksgiving dinner
and a vaudeville tomorrow.
Some one who likes figures
- says that Chicagpans will get
away with 12,000,000 ipounds of
food and "drink tomorrow.
Governor-elect Edward F.
Dunne repeated his' platform
pledges today in interview.
Earl E. Blackmail, 20, 659 W.
66th st., bank messenger, disap
peared.. Also did $2,000 belonging
.rto Drexel State Bank.
Chi. has most respectable lamp
t posts in world, according to Al
derman Ryan. Some of the old
ones bear scars, but new one,s
i Talking about taking the police
r force out of politics, it's great to
.. have an alderman singing odes to
our "respectable" lampposts.
John Clark, president of Jack
t son Park Livery, 1454 E, 57th St.,
; killed self because boyhood pal,
Frank Moss, former police ser
geant, died in hospital.
James A. Patten's wife was one
u of Chicago victims of thirteen in
dicted yesterday in N. Y. for
. working book scheme swindle
- through mails.
Four men. Disabled launch.
Resctfe byr Capt. Garland and life-saving
v Alexander A. McCormick- to
j day certified before County Clerk
as president of County Board.
Bartzen went to Judge Owens.
oOwens threw him down.
Harold F. Hoops, son of Mil
ionaire Wm. H. Hoops, and. for
ter well-known boarder at Bride
well, to go West to make a man
Hat of Jas. E. Hildreth, 264
Clinton av blew on to Oak Park
"L" tracks at Park pi. station.
Laughed and said he might be
killed getting it. He was.
1,767,565 hellos over phones in
Chi. in one day this month. But
phone company is poverty strick
en. Opera season opened last night
with Puccini's "Manon Lescaut."
Sassiety was there, spoiling the
opera by criticising each other's
Government raided Sim Tuck
horn's notorious "24 Quincy st."
Victor Herman, white slaver, ar
rested. Ruth Stewart, 20, Cleve
land, a victim, made public Tuck
horn's system of bleeding his
Thieves broke into Levine &
Co., 6237 S. Halsted st. Used
wagon. Got away with $1,000
worth of clothes.
Chicago Waiters' Ass'n sold
champagne corks. Bought library
of 2,000 volumes with proceeds.
Spark from third rail set fire to
"L" structure at Congress st.
Mrs. Ella Mayhew and daugh
ter, Mrs. Edna Burrows, went to
matinee at Iroquois Theater time
of fire. Edna thought mother
was burned. Found each other
Judge Robinson discharged.
Pearl Umbernof, who said she
wanted to be "straight," and gave.