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'been given the ballot in various
states. Not more than 400,000 really
desire to exercise the right.
Mrs. Isabella Keys confessed she,
her husband and five other men rob
bed saloon of "Herman Schmidt, 959
Center st. All in custody.
Evidence against Johnny Faith and
Harold Schneider, held for Logue
murder, to be presented to grand jury
John P. Barnes received civil serv
ice appointment as attorney to presi
dent of county board.
President Budd, South Side Ele
vated Co., has ordered guards to al
low all windows open until terminal
Fire attacked Atkins & Freunct's.
general merchandise store, 4805 S.
Ashland av., shortly after midnight.
Prince, old lion at Lincoln Park, is
starving to death through grief over
death of mate several weeks ago.
Sarah Crilly, 13, 10713 Hoxie av.,
.who was injured in riot at Torrence
av. and E. 106th St., died yesterday.
Custav Lundgren, 3, 506 N. Ciark
St., fell from 3d floor porch. Killed.
Mrs. Amelia Marx, wife of Zero
Marx, millionaire sign man, granted
$15 a week separate maintenance.
James P. O'Malley, 215 Aberdeen
St., fought with parents. Went out
;on street and swallowed two bichlor
ide of mercury tablets. County Hos
pital. May die.
Patrick Tannon, 24, Italian track
laborer, stabbed in fight near Argo,
HI., Thursday by unidentified man,
died last night.
Lyle Davis, 17, 7921 Drexel av., be
gan crime career by trying to hold up
Park Policeman John Schrewbridge
in Washington Park. $200 and costs.
Band concert in Grant Park to
night. Following a quarrel over a girl,
Thomas Mullin was shot and prob
ably fatally wounded by Charles
Maurer in Price's Cafe, 2328 Indiana
avenue. He escaped. Mullin at St.
THE VOTING MACHINE DEAL
H. W. Barr, sales agent of the Em
pire Voting Machine Co., the man
who did all the talking about "swing
ing the voting machine deal," evi
dently doesn't care to come up before
the Butts legislative committee and
tell what he knows.
Attorney Willard McEwen, repre
senting Judge Owens, told the com
mittee yesterday that Barr was in
Florida and that he didn't think he
could get here.
Strenuous efforts will be made to
get Pickler, Arrison and Gray, the
Ottumwa men who aided Barr land
the big "contract," to come here and
Sensations are expected Tuesday
when Edward E. Marriott, Hearst em
ploye, is given a chance to explain his
affidavit which hit Jim Keeley, of the
Tribune. The Duke statement will
also be taken up.
. Election Commissioner Anthony
Czarnecki will resume the stand to
day. o o
RETURNING THE CALL
Snodgrass Kinder thought I'd
step in and pay you my respects.
Postmaster-storekeeper Yer did?
Wal, I'd feel better if yer paid yer