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commission, as composed of himself.
Recently Leo A. V. Roeder, a Dem
ocratic worker in Mayor Harrison's
ward, said that Rudolph Sabath, the
congressman's brother, passed the
word around to put Hoyne over on
Czarnecki -wishes to find out about
this, and says he will do so even if he
has to line the entire Sabath family
up before Roeder for Roeder to pick
out his man from.
Czarnecki also amused himself by
giving out statements that he -would
appear before Judge John B. Owens,
Hearst county judge, and demfind'the
citation for contempt of a number of
election judges and clerks in the First
and Harrison wards.
This, iB Czarnecki does it, will
make an enjoyable time for Owens.
Judge Kersten's state's attorney,
Clyde L. Day, has been running
around all day demanding the ballots
and poll books of the election.
Judge Baldwin postponed until
Friday any action on Day's petition
for the ballots and boks, and handed
out a nice lot of "get together men"
Northup, the man appointed by
Cooper, is a Republican. He first
was made assistant Btate's attorney
by John J. Healy and was continued
in office by John E. W. Wayman.
Northup has a reputation for be
ing independent, although he went to
Springfield for the Illinois Manufac
turers to block the granting of a par
don to oMss Enrigbt.
Outside of these few diversions,
everything's quiet around the Crim
inal court building, City Hall, and
Milwaukee. Joseph Matali, 4,
dodged auto and was killed by street
car. Theodore Weller died of heart
failure when his team became fright
ened at passing auto. Mrs. Geo.
Timis died of heart failure when her
team shied at auto. Edward Ram
mers and Adolph Rutzen seriously
injured when, their motorcycle col
lided with street car.
Sandusky, O. Charles Stamm,
restaurant proprietor, dead, and
Anthony Mischari seriously injured
as result of collision between motor
cycle they were riding and auto
driven by Sylvester Kelly.
Denver, Col. Unknown motor
cyclist rushed past buggy containing
Mrs. Margaret Affley and her three
children. The horse reared, throw
ing the occupants out. Helen, 10
month, struck on her head and was
instantly killed. Mrs. Affley received
serious internal injuries.
Denver. Mrs. C. B. Veazey, 65,
was run over by an auto. Will die.
St. Paul, Coroner's jury in ses
sion investigating death of Mrs. Al
fred Anderson, who was run down
and killed by an auto Friday, driven
by Ralph Babcock. Jury will decide
whether Babcock's two companions,
Andrew Berkey and S. H. Claussen,
are to be jointly held for Mrs. An;
derson's death. All three young men
are prominent in St. Paul.
THE BRIDE'S FATHER
That bold old guy, with double Chin,
Who wears a wide, "expansive grin,
Ib the kind father of the bride.
Say, on the level, and the side,
To himself he says, "Thank th,e
Some other man will pay her board."
He loves his daughter, sure, of
But somehow hell sustain the loss.
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