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BITS OF NEWS
Effie Brooks, .3010 S. LaSalle st.,
shot and wounded by A. L. Rhoden
for interruptinghim while he was
Thos. Urban, 4346 S.Wood st.( sus
tained fractured skull in fight with 4
men in cafe at 4321 Honore st. Men
Samuel Rocco, 742 Bunker St.,
struck by Harrison st. car. Dead.
Master in Chancery T. H. Taylor,
Jr., recommended $8f,U00 judgment
in favor of Northwestern Land Ass'n
against Sanitary District Of Chicago
for right of way.
Morton MacCormac, Chicago, edu
cator, wants to abolish school vaca
tions. Burglars got $700 worth of valu
ables from home of eHrbert D. Jones,
Negro climbed rainpipe to home of
Robert MacDougal, 4804 Woodlawn
av.. and eot awav with S75 worth of
jewelry and valuablesT)
Lieut. F. B. Kenny, in charge of
Chicago recruiting stations, fined $20
and costs for auto speeding.
Chicago Market Commission, ap
pointed by Mayor Harrison, will dis
cuss plans to reduce high cost of liv
Secretary of War Garrison will
grant Chicago's request for permit to
beautify lake front.
Police searching for Harry Sea
men, 24, 117 E. Erie st, patient at
Elgin Asylum, who escaped.
J. J. Knedlik, 5939 S. Throop st.,
had leg cut off by "L" train at Har
vard av. station. Several women on
Progressive party will start Chau
tauqua tours of its own.
Anatole I. Pokalitoff, noted Russian
actor-dramatist, whose plays were
barred in Russia, will begin an en
gagement at Hull House Sunday
night in "The Dream of a Happy
L. Cuiterrez De Lara, Mexican
revolutionist,, will lecture at Garrlck
Theater Sunday afternoon on "Issues
of the Present Revolution in Mex
ico." Non-union waitresses will be em
ployed at Stock Yards Inn during an
nual stock show this year.
Chicago has hired John F. Feather-
stone and Irwin S. Osborn for $5,000
to thrash out garbage problem.
DIDN'T SHOW UP FINED
Dr. George M. Glaser, 3149 S. Mor
gan strete, whose refusal to appear in
response to a summons from County
Judge Owens, was found by Deputy
Sheriff John Durso last night and to
day was fined $10 and costs for con- -tempt
Dr. Glaser had refused to appear
as witness in the Galewsky-CIover '.
Leaf Co. case.
The Injured Party Y'see, officer,
it was like this the beer wuz shoved
across the counter half way between
me and the other feller. I starts to
grab it. "That's my beer," says he.
"It's mine,'r says I. "Naw, it ain't',"
says he. I peels off my coat. He
draws back and "
The Cop Hold on. a minute, you're
leaving out the important part.
The Injured Party What's that?
The Cop Who got the beef?