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tempted suicide. Revived. Said
her husband, -who does not work,
wanted to force her into life of
shame. Will have him arrested.
Frank Bartzen, son of Peter
Bartzen, fined $55 and costs on
two charges of speeding.
Applications for reinstatement
by-deputy clerks pf Municipal
court will be considered at spe
cial meeting of judges Friday
W. XL. Mansfield, Chillicothe,
Mo.,1 shot himself while packing
bag in Grand Pacific -hotel. Ac
cidental. St. Luke's hospital.
Michael Swigoez, 2138 Fulton.
St., laborer, fell intQ open coal
hole in front of 714 S. Dearborn
st. Internally injured.
Wm. Shannon, 208 E. 16th st,
injured Sunday when wife Jen
nie, 38, was killed by Wabash av.
car, died at St. LukeJs hospital.
Patrick O'Brien, motorman, ar
rested charged with manslaugh
ter. Federal grand jury resumed in
vestigation of wire cutting and
destruction of property incident
to recent strike of electrical work
ers of Postal Telegraph Co.
-Quintet of "new women,'" who
wear men's clothing and live in
the woods near a gang of canal
workers, supplying them wifti
food, was found by trustees of
the local sanitary district, who
have just returned from an in
Dr. T. W. Goodspeed, 70, of U.
of C, will retire Jan. 1. Will re
ceive University old age pension.
There will be real equality of
sex in new Progressive club here.
&t only women eligibje to-be
come members and hold office,
but they will be entitled to all
privileges of club ropms which
will open in few weeks.
Progressives in next "Illinois
legislature will concentrate their
strength on bijl for initiative andt
referendum , ' I
BITS OF NEWS -
Racine Wis. River pirates
entered, bpathouses at 6th st
bridge and carried away or dam-''
aged $200 worth of goods.
Denver. Edison is at work in
East Orange, N. J., on system of ,
motion picture-phonographic ed- '.
ucation for children which will
revolutionize the present system ,
St Louis. Deposed as head of ,
Nat'l Hobo organization because
he had too much money, James
Eads Howe, millionaire hobo.
will open free employment bureau
New York. Woodrdw Wilson
says gallows is ready for man
who starts a panic to combat
Joliet, ILL Republican judge '
fined John Pulsinick $5 for wear
ing bull moose button.
Washington. U. S. District -Judge
Geo. A. Carpenter pro
moted to Circuit Court of Ap
peals. Probate Judge Cutting 5
will take place on district bench.
Washington. Benj. C. Bach' '
rach, Jack Johnson's white attor- "
ney, attacked Mann white slave
act as unconstitutional.
New York. Broadwayites say
they will have sane New Year's