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," Alderman Edward F. Cullerton's
condition worse. May not recover
from illness. ,
Forty-two men routed By fire at
Central Hotel, N. Clark and Kinzie
sts. Little' damage. . "
- Willam 'J. Hoesley,4632 W. 47th
st, arrested. Wanted -'for abandon
ment at Mprristown, N. J.
Six familjes routed when fire at
tacked 4461 Clifton av. Damage
Constantine Panaeotopulos, 312
Aberdeen st, found dead from gas.
'Home of W. S. Courson, 938. N.
'Sij Lpuis av., entered. $100 jewel
Man supposed to be Bernard Peter
son, saloonkeepert found unconscious
and wounded. Believed to be victim
of hold-up. '
Arthur E. Howard, druggist, 4455
N. Clark st.,, found dead in bed. Be
lieved victim o fdrug. Coroner to in
vestigate. Chimney of Corn Products, plant,
Taylor st., demolished by dynamite-.
"Was 260 feet high, contained 500,000
bricks and weighed 7,000. tons.
John Orhn, flim flam artist, ex
convict and fake detective, sought by
police. Alleged to be man. who beat
up Tom McGuire.at the "Bridewell.
Coroner to -.Investigate deaths at
Bridewell. Wjll, force doctor to tell
what treatment for drunk's is used.
Claimed that5Lmen died after ad
Apoplexy stands near the top as a.
cause of death among old people.
.Apoplexy runs in families a good deal.
If a man is of .an apoplectic family
and has arrived at the apoplectic age,
it will be wise for him to watch his
digestion carefully, avoiding all in
temperance in eating and drinking.
If he finds himself dizzy and a little
nauseated he should take a dose of
saline water without delay.
1 THE WASHWOMAN
By Jim Manee.
It's scrub, scrub, scrub from morn
A fussin' in the suds:
It's rub, rub, rub with all her might,
A washin' rich folks' duds. "
It's" hangin' up and takjn' down
. The clothes as they get dry.
And then she's' handed out enough
To just about "get by."
P. S. "Say, lady, they're sellin'
washin' machines cheap this week.""
FATHER DORNEY1 IS, DEAD
Father Maurice J. Dorney, pastor
of-St Gabriel's church,' passed away
yesterday. And back o' th' yards
there is sorrow.
In the little houses." of "Canary
ville,." which is the district behind the
yards, there is a sense of personal
loss. To his thousands of , parishion
ers, he was king. They knew him as
a friend, a counselor and a confessor.
But in the clubs and hotels' where
actors, professional men and other
men of the world are wont to,gather,
there is also a sense of loss. They
knew him as a "good mixer." And
no banquet was truly Chicagpish un
less he was present-.
He was a great f avorife "with actors,
and theatrical stars of international
reputations always visited Father
Dorney when in town.
ELLIS dlVES AWAY CHILDREN
William Cheney Ellis, convicted of
the murder of his wife, is in the Joliet
penitentiary. Before, .leaving Satur
day to start his 15-years' sentence
he gave his two little children away
to his; best friend, kLouis. E. Bierck,
Fair today and tomorrow; some
what colder today; brisk northwest