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which the circulation of the $82,000.
000 Harriman grab in Union Pacific
story is numshable.
Every one here is agreed that
lamar is eitner a most efficient busi
ness crook or else a most monumen
Henry Schneligg, pipeman Engine
Co. No. 33, internally injured, cut and
bruised when hose cart skidded on
car tracks at 33d st and Archer av.,
throwing him to street. Three other
firemen slightly hurt.
Tugboat Mosher jammed in draw
of Wells st. bridge, demolishing pilot
house on boat and damaging schoon
er Arundel, being towed by tug. Capt.
Joseph Lamoreaux of tug had leg
broken in crash. Bridge did not swing
quickly and schooner forced tug
Mary Kosneo, 2, 9114 Woodlawn
av.. set fire to her dress playing with
ilches. Died in short time.
Mrs. Selma A. Wood, former wife
of William J. Wood, naval architect,
sued to annul their divorce decree.
Wood has married again since.
James Eddy, 341 N. Clark St.,
grabbed Edna McDonald, 16, 815 Lill
av., by ankle while both were in bath
Two died and six overcome by heai
$1,000 diamond found in shoe of
Gillie Schalk, maid, who was arrest
ed while working in home of Dr. S.
F. Waterman, 2537 Washington blvd.
Roosevelt and party will stop in
Chicago next Tuesday on way to
Thomas Freer, business agent,
Steam-fitters' Union 520, found not
guilty of murder of James Conway,
member of same union, who was'
shot and killed at 166 W. Washing
ton st., Dec. 26, 1912.
District Attorney Wilkerson filed
suit against Elgin, Joliet & Eastern
Railroad for violation of 9-hour work
day in regard to dispatchers. j
Man stole $3,000 electric launch'
owned by park commissioners from
Jackson Park launch house.
It is believed Gov. Dunne will ap
point three Chicago men on Public
Suffragets are thinking of putting
up woman as candidate for alderman
of 20th ward in place made vacant by
death of Manny Abrahams.
1,500 cabinet workers, employed by
10 factories, struck yesterday. Want
40 cents an hour. Bruhswick-Balke
Collender Co. and Merle & Heaney
Seven bitten by dogs yesterday.
Ida M. Tarbell, magazine writer, is
visiting Chicago courts.
Tillie Hoffman, domestic employed
by George Atwell Hamlin, 3400 CaTu .
met av., found dead in' gas-filled
Martin Lavalle and James Rounad,
Philadelphia, fined $5 and costs each
for trying to flirt with Olive King,
Howard Moore, president of North
Shore Juvenile Protective Ass'n,
wants chaperons appointed to watch
Runaway horse created panic In
Lincoln Park. Policeman Peter Burke
stopped animal after being dragged
City council will hold special ses
sion today to lay plans for funeral of
late Manny Abrahams, alderman of
National Citizens' League, an or
ganization of big business, condemn
ed Wilson bank bill.
J. H. G. Tedens, Jr., son of Tedens
& Dystrup, Lemont, 111., department
store owners, sued for $20,000 by
Clara Lindgren, 20, also of Lemont
Breach of promise.
Lee O'Neil Browne, and Nellia .
Riordan married by Judge Thomas '
Government will probe sending of
literature, attacking .Judge Cooper,
through the mails.
Tarantula killed after biting former
Alderma w- & Norkett, Evam(toa,