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pie than I have to start another paper
and make it a success?
That's the way it should be. Let's
have an open field and no favors. Let
the people learn how to kill off jour
nals and journalists that betray them
and merely by stopping their paper
and we'll quickly have a truly free
But with newspapers dependent up
on.advertising it can't be done. Smart
men have tried it and failed. Laws
won't bring success. It is in the hands
of the people. That is where it should
William Rinland, 6, 1$18 S, Ked
zie av., killed by auto. Wm. Burke,
7100 Princeton av., chauffeur held,
EarJ Thompson, 343 E. 55th St.,
fatally injured and Clinton E.
Adams, 445 Bowen av., seriously
hurt in auto collision.
James Ried, 5057 Prairie av., hit
by auto. Right arm fractured.
Joseph Tornaben, 470 W. Division
St., actor, up for non-support. "He
thinks he is above nie," sobbed wife.
"She is my superior," plead hus
band. "Too much acting; $5 a
week," said Judge Fry.
Society women oposed to Federa
tion of Women's Club's dress censor
ship. Would wear bloomers and flim
Six- model students of University
of Chicago held for gambling. Bet 5
cents on golf game.
Swan Anderson, New York, passed
through Chicago on way to Nebras
ka. Met confidence men. Fifteen
years' savings, $1,600, gone.
Chicago Medical Society wants
state and county medical institutions
to provide faculties for medical stu
dents. Major Funkhouser annoyed. Too
many City Hall employes watching
censored movies. Orders issued
against loitering in hallway.
Kritzinger comet visible.. Celestial
visitor 47,000,000 miles away.
James Choyce, 409 W. Division st;
out of work, found purse containing
$75. Gave it to police-.
Dr. James Allman will speak at I.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted st,
Sunday evening, May 17, 8 p. m. Sub
Largest inland wireless station to
be erected by government att Lake
Cafe-cabaret owners ordered to
appear before mayor Monday. Ac
tion follows Major Funkhousers re
port on places.
Women auditors at Auditorium
complain. Too much light New sys
tem that will harmonize with gowns
of "horseshoe row" to be introduced.
Home of Mrs. Alice Sykes, 121 W.
Illinois st., entered. Woman chloro
formed. $1,950 taken.
Suicide caused by catarrh of large
intestine, according to Dr. E. H. Pratt
Says criminals are physically sick and
may be cured.
Mrs. Francis Johnson claims hubby
was perfect until he joined "Holly
Rollers." Wants divorce because it
made him crazier than drunk.
$750,000 appropriation for high
school building on grounds of Normal
Eugene Harris and Arthur Neal
found guilty of highway robbery.
Given one year to life.
George Williams, 3117 S. Wabash
av., died from bullet wound in chest
John Hedewood, brother-in-law, held.
Louis Levin, president Cohen &
Levin, cloakmakers, 329 W. Monroe
st, held in connection with fire in
Women protesting against $150,000
expenditure for water meters. De
'clare it unnecessary.
Qity to advertise for bids for $150,- "
000 bathing payilion at Clarendon and
Ten imperiled by escaping gas at
coroner's inquest Women partly
Carl Poppe, motorcyclist, hurled
over handle bars into Bush at Lincoln.