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and that any Democrat who is now unfaithful should be "gibbeted
for the rest of history."
This is the most vital, gripping document that has been pub
lished since the people of the United States placed the administra
tion of their affairs in Woodrow Wilson's hands. It commands the
attention of every American.
Two negro bandits tried to rob
store of A. Raginsky, 2949 Dear
born st. Raginsky fought them
off. Mrs. Rebecca Raginsky,
wife, put one to flight and was
shot and seriously wounded by
other. Hospital. May die.
Hundreds of patrons of Chi
cago Grand Opera Co. last night
asked their money back when, ten
minutes before time for curtain,
entire chorus went on strike.
Leo St. Poerre, 5035 Calumet
av., chauffeur; Miss Frances
Schuman, 724 S. Ashland blvd.;
Miss Frances Stewart, 3621 Pine
Grove av., and L. J. Zork, 4509 S.
Michigan av., injured when St.
Pierre, trying to keep from hit
ting pedestrian, steered into curb
at S. Green st. and Jackson blvd.
Auto turned turtle.
Capt. J. N. Silar, of Volunteers
of America, was speaking at
Yaudette theater, Evanston.
About 20 youths filed in and used
him as a target for over-ripe cab
bages and other fruit. Riot call.
Youths escaped. No one hurt.
Services continued after police
went on guard.
Unidentified woman fell un
conscious on sidewalk at 937 W.
Van Buren st. Dead. Heart dis
ease. Emmet -Wallace, 15, 2017 Og-
den av., killed in collision be
tween his bicycle and wagon of
E. Henning. 2026 Ogden av.
Margaret Burit, 17, severely in
jured by auto.
Marion Michals, 3, 2019 Semin
ary av., fell from chair. Died.
Emil Staka, 17, 2636 S. St".
Louis av., accidentally shot and
severely wounded by Fred Leck
er, 15,3245 W. 26th st., his chum.
Coroner investigating death of
Miss Elizabeth Ford, 70, 1552 E.
63rd st., who died at Washington
Park hospital yesterday. Found
unconscious in her home Jan. 15.
Frank Williams, negro, tried to
flirt with Mrs. May Hefron, 21,
1653 W. 47th st. She blackened
his eyes. Arrested after strug
gle with fireman of Engine 40.
Jas. Wallace, negro, 24, 3358 S.
State st., accosted Miss Florence
Epperoson, 21, 2722 Emerald av.,
and her sister. Arrested charged
with disorderly conduct. Large
mob threatened to lynch him.
Had to be locked in drug store
til wagon came.
Leroy Drake, blind man, 714 E.
43rd St., says he has invented ma
chine which will write messages
over phone in case party wanted
is not in.
Four detectives got word that
ten men were gambling in room