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her $5 tapay fare home to Spring
Members of Hamilton Club
and friends enjoyed minstrel per
formance. Thus -forgetting sad
fate of late G.O.'R,
"Professor Lanard," 1211 S.
'Ashland av., fake mystic, arrested
on goverjimenfewarrant. Free on
Oak Park gossips starred ru
mor that Judge Jesse Baldwin's
wife had "disappeared." In Cali
fornia visiting relatives. t
Albert G. Shillo, automobile
man, 1452 Michigan av., eloped,
with Adelaide Chrysler of .N. Y.
Finish of childhood romance.
Henry Bleacher, 60, arrested
on mashing charge. Fined $25.
He is Chicago's oldest.
Thomas O'Gara, president of
O'Gara Coal Co., indicted by fed
eral grand jury on railroad rebate
charges involving N. Y. Central.
Mrs. Joseph Fantana, 17, de
serted husband. He thinks she
has gone to N. Y., where he met,
wooed and married her in one
Despite protests Mayor Har
rison will sign ordinance allow
ing two pool or billiard tables in
.saloons without extra pay for li
cense. James F. Meagher, attorney
for "gas trust," admitted that
.People's Gas Co. was benevolent
Thomas J. Symmes, attorney
for City Ry. Co., admitted truth
of some of the "perjury" testi
mony given by Clarence C.
Woodruff, one time an investi
gator for company.
Peved horse walked into win
dow of People's Drug Co., 26 S.
State st. Ruined wine display and
Judge Lockwood Honore's
wife lost gold-threaded meshbag
with jewelry valued at $900.
Mrs. F. Wallis Rice, prominent
charity worker, dead at Virginia
Carl A. Waldron, attorney for
committee of fifteen, admits he
made mistake in interview re
ferring to Judge Kersten's handling-of
Louis Weiss, south side -divekeeper
Fifty University of Illinois
students visited large industrial
concerns. Saw what they will be
doiner when they have finished
their football and dancing course.
Chicago Woman's Aid want
comfort station in loop. Mention
Chicago public library basement,
Anton Gutkowski was given
six months for giving whisky to
Captain Joseph Smith killed
mad dog that was about to attack
a group of children at Wilcox and
S. Western ave.
Harry Ormes and "Lester
Ritchie fined .$5 for trying to talk
Socialism at 31st and Calumet
aye. last summer.
Sheep from China and Aus
tralia arrived in Chicago yester
day for Live Stock Exposition.
Over 50,000 New York wivesr .
support their husbands, declares
Mrs. Carrie C, Catt, the illus
trious suffragette,. But, Mrs. Catt,
if their wives "didn't, their moth
ers would have to, wouldn't the2 t