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$25,000 foss In fire in millinery es
tablishment of Hyland Bros., 160j62
N. Michigan av.
J. L. Allen, 30, broker, Drexel Arms
Hotel, arraigned, charged with dis
orderly conduct preferred by his wife.
Says he assaulted her.
Paul Armstrong, playwright and
author, made defendant in suit for
$10,000 by administrator of estate of
Chris Christ, who died from injuries
Veceived from Armstrong's auto.
W. E. Wait, 55, Morris, III., bridge
foreman for Wabash Ry.f killed when
passenger train struck hand car'on
which he was riding.
Andrew Fago, Whiting, Ind., killed
when L. S. & M. S. Ry. train struck
his hand car.
Chas. Johnson, negro undertaker,
3344 S. Wabash av., arrested, charg
ed with obtaining money under false
G. P. Houck, tailor, 4116W. North
av.,, found dead. Gas.
A. Hendrickson, 2627 Washington
blvd., robbed of $32 while on first
floor of City Hall.
Harry White, 25, 500 Dearborn av.,
fined $300 and costs and sentenced
to House of Correction fpr six
months for placing Anna Davis, 24,
and Emma Davis, 18, in alleged dis
reputable house, 57 W. Erie st.
Three boys arrested for attacking
and beating Emil Bottcher, 1548 Cor
nell St. Outcome of quarrel over girl.
Eighteen men arrested in raid on
alleged gambling house in rear of
cigar store of T. Essick, 71 W. Mon
roe st Thomas Adams booked as
Raymond Sweeney, 20, Essex, III.,
arrested on suspicion of being mail
MARSHALL FIELD PROFITS
Rockford, III., May 2, Addressing
a mass meeting here last night Lieut.
Gov. O'Hara said the profits of the
Marshall Field store were 17,000,000
a year, and said he-would keep on
making that statement until the trus-
tees of the "Marshall Field estaW 'can!
successfully contradict it
"This vast estate," said O'Hara,
"was left to the granchildren of Mar
shall Field. They are being trained in"
the schools of England as gentlemen.
They are being taught to dislike
America and American institutions.
This profit of $17,000,000 annually is
being wrung from the little women
TRAINMEN ARE PREPARING A
New York, May 2. Officers of the
conductors' and trainmen's organi
zation, whose demands for increased
wages and better working conditions
were refused by the managers asso
ciation of the eastern railroads yes
terday, prepared a formal, demand" to
day which will be in thenature of an
Should this demand be treated as
was the former oner strike ballots will
probably be prepared and a vote
taken. If the men vote to strike the
federal authorities will take a hand
in the situation to force arbitration'
and preevnt a walk-out
WILSON OUTLINES PLANS FOR
OBTAINING JURY REFORM
Jersey -City, N, J., May 2. Follow
ing his speeches in Elizabeth and
Newark last night, when he demands
e"d that Democrats in thetate legist
lature make good their campaign
pledges, President Wilson today met
the majority of the Democratictfegis
lators and outlined his plan jf or ob
taining jury reform in New Jersey M
At tonight's mass meeting here the
president will clinch the argument be
began last night, that unless the"
Democratic members of the assem
bly "keep the faith'' they muff be
retired to private life next'falL
The -little boy who wrote on his.
examination paper: 1'The Artie re-t
gions are principally used for .pur
poses of exploration" "was perhaps
wiser than lie thought 2
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