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possibly raise the money to pay pro
fessional bondsmen. So in that case
he might be thrown into jail and forc
ed, to wait five or six months before
he is given a trial on some charge
of. which he may be innocent, while
some man- who is really guilty of
the charge against him can walk the
streets because he happened to be
rich enough to get bonds."
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Women find polling places dirty.
Only 10 out'of 37 in 1st ward unob
jectionable. Four Chicagoans want clemency
from pardon and parole board.
Charles Yuzunes, 8530 Eberhart
av., shot wife, then attempted sui
cide. Both in critical condition.
Aldermen recommend permanent
commission to reform tax power.
Anthony Joyce, 4329 Kenmpre av.,
wants divorce to wed affinity. Wife
won't give it and demands $100 a
week for support.
Twenty women nabbed in levee
raids charged with vagrancy. Three
Fire at Ambrosia Chocolate Cream
Co., 73 K S. Water St., caused $25,000
damage. Two firemen slightly in
Sixteen skeletons in pickling vat,
818 W. 35th St., belong to medical
Home of Mrs. Edward Hume, 1239
Norwood av., robbed by 2 negroes.
Auto smashed into bakery wagon
at W. Madison and Sangamon sts.
200 hungry men in West Side lodging
house district got free breakfast.
Effort to identify "J. C. R" man of
16-pound baby born to Patrolman
Frank Clarke, 1260 McAlister pL
Arthur Miller, 29, escaped from
Chicago Hospital for Insane. Not
Albert Miller, 20 N. Ann st, beaten
and robbed. $10.
Thomas Dannerie, 3848 Federal st,
shot by Charles Alexander, 1720 S.
State st Dannerie may die. Alex
George Fisher arrested for taking
coal from Northwestern Railroad,
says jail'is best place he, has slept in
for a month.
John Rezmer, 1734 N. Paulina,
stopped by 3 men. Got away without
Jacog Chapman, anthrax victim,
keeps up fight for life.
Penny movie planned for children
at 12th and Halsted sts. Will cost
$52,000 and seat 4,100.
Cora D. Harvey, queen of the ho
boes, will speak at First Ward So
cialist Hall, 814 S. State st, at 8 p. m.
John A. Johnson's blacksmith
shop, 1254 Glybourne av., raidecTby
burglars. Only anvil and forge left.
Special meeting of the I. B. W. A.
will be held at 1000 Lake, at 8 p. m.
Paul Jenkins, negro, sajd to have
paid fare of Mrs. Van Winkle, girl
who died in beauty shop, sought by
Albert Horswill, alleged Titanic
survivor, brought into court by 18-year-old
bride. Non-support. Given
Blaze started in basement of movie
theater, 2706 W. Division st. "Good
night" sign flashed. Every one got
out. No damage.
Timothy J. O'Connell, 7832 S.
Green st, discharged. Returned $30
he had been charged with taking.
James Foley, 3764 S. Halsted st,
shot at by robbers. Bullets struck
gas meter. Pulmotor rushed to
scene. False alarm. Meter only
thing damaged. '
George Sweeney, 12 E. 37th st,
watchman Richardson coal yards,
shot David Robinson, 307 W. 29th
st Robinson will recover Sweeney
Drs. E. Welis Kellogg and Edward
P. Cooke, Milwaukee, want $200,000
from American Medical Ass'n, 535 N.