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father the judge had sent to 'jail for
Chas Tick, missing arson witness!
has returned to Chicago.
Jas. Salvato, 2708 .Princeton av.,
probably fatally injured when street
car struck his motorcycle.
Harold Gutowsky struck by' "L"
train while reaching for -hat at
Marshfield av. station. May die.
City council has decided to receive
new bids for construction of Lake, st
Body of woman taken from river
at Madison st. identified as Ellen
Sanders, Cicero. f
Xhleff Bailiff of Municipal Court A.
J. Cermak wants courtrooms cleared
PKilip Scabo, 855 Vernon Park pi.,
stabbed by his cousin, N. Cosogno,
Woodland, la., during card game.
Charles Fairson of one of owners
of Marshall Field's, married to Ger
trude Bryan, actress.
President -McCormick, County
Board, says one board of commission
ers should rule city and county.
Mrs. Colden Richardson, 1042 N.
Kedzie av., shot and killed herself
after finishing playing with 4-year-old
About 1,000,000 pounds of fresh
dressed meats arrived in Chicago yes
ferday from Canada.
Michael Flanagan, saloonkeeper,
arrested on charge of having altered
stolen Canadian Bank money.
Bion Jr Arnold will testify before
grand jury in Hoyne's Chicago Rail
Health Commissioner Young clash
ed with moving picture theater own
ers over his campaign to ventilate
Government filed suit against three
oleomargarine firms, Friedman Co.,
W. J. Moxley and G. H. Hammond
Lawrence N. Baird, Evanston, ar
rested on charge" of forgery. Letter
to his sweetheart revealed him.
The Executive Board of the Wo
men's Trade Union League of Chi
cago recommended to the last meet
ing of the league an amendment to
the constitution changing the 'basis"
of affiliation of trade union organiza
tions from $5'per year to one cent a
member per 'month- This proposed
amendment will tie voted upon at the
next regular meeting in November.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Vera Cruz, Oct. 25. With the with
drawal of police andsoldier guard
from. the German Hotel and Ameri
can consulate. Gen. Felix Diaz, can
didate for Mexican presidency, stated
that he had asked for protection
from no one and had not been mo
lested personally by Hiierta's agents
or anybody else. Said that Consul
Canada and Mr. Lind had nothing- to
do with1 his going to the hotel. Ex
pects to go to Mexico City before
Ward liner Morro Castle departed
for Havana and New York.
Washington. English and Frendh
governments made clear their posi
tions toward U. S. in Mexican, mud
dle. British foreign office, through
embassy, informed Sec'y. of State
Bryan of Sir Lionel Carden's denial
that'lie had attacked American Mex
Ambassador Jusserand notified'
Sec'y. Bryan that at time of dispatch
ing French vessel, to Mexicb waters
he had left message at state depart
ment calling attention to tiny move.
Sec'y. Bryan explained that the mes
sage, in French, had not been trans
lated and called to bis attention.
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"The truly modest girl doesn't
stand any chance!"
"What's hurting now?"
"I was thinking about Jack Nice
fellow marrying Imogene."'
"What's the matter with Imo
gene?" "One night when they hadn't been
acquainted, long I heard him ask her
if she would scream if he kissed her."
"Of course she safd she -would?"
"Not she- She said she'd scream if
he didn't!" Houston Post