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tenants, 100 second-class and 20 first
class detective sergeants.
Hundreds in Kenosha to be vac
cinated. Child having smallpox at
tended public school.
John X Keonan, 7035 S. Hermitage
ay., brought backfrom New Orleans.
Alleged to have taken $1,740 from
Oscar F. Mayor & Bro.
Judge Newcomer issued attach
ment against Gladstone Dowie. son
of founder of Zion City, for failing to
pay judgment of $140.
Powell Schmidt, arrested with his
wife for picking up coal, fined $25 and
William T. Lyle, Fred C. Baldwin
and Peter Fendis held to grand jury.
Robbed George Vassilopulis, 752 N.
Clarence R. White, 1118 Washing- j
ton blvd., released on charge of mur
dering Remsen Harris. Exonerated
by coroner's jury.
Thomas J. Raliegh, mine guard,
wanted for murder in Calumet. $500
Moy Luek, 30, first Chinaman born
in Chicago, sent to sanitarium. Has
Eight indictments against Wey
mouth Kirkland for alleged $60,000
fraud dropped. Thomas G. Lynch,
who made charges, found mentally
Lights turned out in Judge Good
now's court during hearing of Samuel
Hoffman, 6557 Cottage Grove av.,
charged with arson to defraud. Judge
feared 4 cans of gasoline exhibits
would ignite from burning light.
John Custer andEdward Lehmann
"held as alleged mail thieves. Were
arrested after pistol fight in C. B. &
; John Samola got away from De
terition Hospital. Recaptured.
Margaret Fitzpatrick found guilty
of vagrancy. Was charged with fre
quenting disorderly places.
- Louis Christianson, 3509 Dickens
' Charges of sale of fraudulent high
'school certificates are made against
Bennett Medical College in an article
published in the Journal of the Amer
ican Medical Ass'n. Claim that $25
would buy answers to question of
Miss Anna Cesdy, 60, 6949 Eggles
ton av., died from burns. Dress
caught fire from gas stove.
Night sessions for vote fraud trials.
Judge Foell has issued call for third
special venire of 100.
Morris Froolich idontifiod William
Hamilton as man who shot him
This will ease your mind. Winter
is still with us.
The state of Michigan, according to
Governor Ferris, can't afford to send
Ferris or a representative down
j through the mine districts wjth the
ujugicasiuuai iixveougciuuu uuumiJL-
This world is full of queer doings.
Michigan could afford to send the
militia to Calumet to storm the
striking miners' ranks
But when a probe that threatens to
put a stop to such, doings is going on,
well, Michigan suddenly gets poor.
The usual political fight is like an
automobile with chains on, running
through a country road on a stormy
There is lots of, mud thrown.
The Daily News says its reporter
went out and interviewed the two wo
men in the Lawrence avenue crib
And the Nevs 3ays the reporter
"with difficulty sufficiently cilmed
the women to tell their story."
It takes the Daily News to calm
One time a doctor gave a fellow a
spoonful of stuff to make him sleep
The doc called it a "soporific." .
That's the Daily News it's the
biggest little soporific in our beautiful s
but dirty city.
Soporific that's a slicker, ain't it?