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coats at Hong Fling Ho's restaurant,
354 S- State st.
Edward Truta, 2, 1504 W. 17th st,
died at County Hospital. Fell into
tub of boiling water.
Gottfried Koehl, 168 ..Menominee
st, fined $50 sand 6 months" in Bride
well. Sent obscene letter to mother-in-law.
Cases of Estelle Saylor Keller, hus
band, Robert, and Harry Shoup, ac
cused of taking $1,700 worth of stuff
from department stores, continued.
Police called to remove body of
Wm. Bennett from Wabash Hotel,
showed life. Had been 3 days with
out care. Taken to hospital.
George Wilson, 35, 111 W. Austin
av., suicided. Gas.
Thomas Poulous, 7252 W. 47th st,
fined $25. Lonely. Flirted. Miss Delia
Williams, 2001 W. Jackson st, com
plainant. Mrs. George Kneisle, Warrington,
awarded $3,500. Sued several sa
loonkeepers for selling liquor to hus
band, who died from drink.
Dellipert Hapgood, merchant, Effie,
Minn., missing. Detectives searching.
John Faith, indicted for murder of
Joseph H. Logue, to be tried Jan. 19.
MOYER AND TANNER HEADED
BACK TO CALUMET
"I'm going back to finish my
With this simple but clear state
ment President Charles H. Moyer, of
the Western Federation of Miners,
whom the Citizens' Alliance of Calu
met, Mich., shot down and foully as
saulted in their effort to break his
spirit, left for the scene of the shoot
ing last night
While those who know Moyer
know that the gunmen and sluggers
of Upper Michigan can't keep him
away, it was not expected that he
would return so soon, as he is still
far from complete recovery.
"Quite naturally I left a lot of work
unfinished as a result of my involun
tary and hasty departure from the
scene of action," said Moyer before
boarding a train, "and as my health
and strength are slowly returning I
must continue my work."
With the wounded leader went
Charles H. Tanner, auditor of" the
Western Federation, who was- also
slugged and deported with Moyer.
They boarded the "Copper Range
Limited" at the Western avenue sta
tion about 11 p. m.
By Jim Manee
We all have eaten hickory
We all have tasted wal
There's almond, hazel and. pecan,
Why, sure, we know them all.
And now here's to the latest,
In society they butt:
Every dancer nowadays
Is quite a Tango, Nut
P. S. Considering one of the fa
mous portions of the Tango, maybe
we'd better call, th'eny dipped nuts.
!ilr! WORKED HARUFOR A
Cloudy today and tomorrow; mod
erate temperature; moderate winds,