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Illinois legislature, will enter law I
game in Chicago. " -
Judge- Kersten, poisoned by clam,
P. J. Higgins, saloonkeeper, 2051
Taylor st, robbed of $500 by two
Chas. Radovick, 4, 1838 S. Racine
av., badly hurt by 18th st. car.
Special grand jury expects to re
turn more vote fraud indictments to
morrow. Police now believe blast "which
wrecked three buildings at Taylor
and Halsted sts., was caused by gas
and not by Black Hand bomb.
Mrs. Alma Johnson, 1023 Welling
ton stwith broom, routed two
Mayor Harrison ordered arrest of
any driver who unloads coal in street
without first sprinkling it with water.
Judge Brentano sentenced Louis
Ewe, 25, to life imprisonment for
highway robbery with a gun.
Sergt. John V. Lacey, Stanton av.
station, on trial, charged with run-l
ning auto livery service in connection
with police duties.
Second Court of Domestic Rela
tions will be established Monday.
, 'Dorothy Smith, 21-and Lucille Gil
lon2025 W. Adams st,, arrested for
disorderly conduct after chase.
W. H. Nepper of General Repair
Cos, 124 W. Ohio "St., has received
Several letters threatening death un
less he gives $1,000.
Elevated railways claim they are
willing to take subway matter up
Austin 40,000,000 gallons short in
its water supply. Broken pump.
Anna Brady, 18, 2557 Washington
blvd., bitten by muzzled dog.
S. T. Bovee, one of jurors who con
victed Jack Johnson, trailed from
Los Angeles and arrested here on
complaint of woman who says she's I
his common-law wife.
$3,500 worth of clothes stolen from
Paul Straus & Co., tailors, 2725 W.
fadlson st., -recovered in barn, ,948
W. Harrison st, Jas. "Ryan arrested.
Building Trades Council and
Building Construction Employers'
Ass'n. have resumed their confer
ences. John Smith, hurt in Aetna, lnd
Powder Co. explosion Tuesday, is
Charles G.Cates passed through
Chicago on way from Minneapolis to
New York. Cost him $3,046 for spe
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, English
militant, will be here Oct 27. Local
suffragettes getting ready.
Mrs. Anna Barber, 70, 2840 Wash
ington blvd., injured by House of
Good Shepherd auto.
Anna Talmage, 1255 S. Morgan St.,
struck by auto owned by Jas. -R.
Block, 5542 Kenwood av.
George Taylor and Floyd Hall, ne
groes, admitted in court they stabbed
N. J. Eichton, 457 W. 25th st., to
death because he only had 60 cents
when they lield hitn up,
30,000 signatures' urging William
Hale Thompson to run for mayor
have been secured. He won't unless
County Judge Owens held mock
election in his office to instruct wo
men. Carmeilo Jerrioto, 42, laborer, 4556
S. Laflin st, fell five stories in Swift
& Co. plant. Killed.
Donald C. Price, publisher Fruit
Auction Reporter, sued for divorce.
Cruelty and indiscretion charged
$14,600 collected for special grand
Two men in vagon badjy hurt by
Calumet & South Chicago Traction
Co. car. Crowd prevented kidnap
ing by company ambulance.
Negroes lured A. Schwartze, ex
pressman, 1309 Washburne av., into
vacant house 2809 LaSalle st. Robbed,
him of $10.
o o f
"The time will come," thundered
the orator, "when-women will get
men's wages!" "Yes' sadly muttered
a man on the rear seat, "nextJSatur