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affinity beating. Offered her fare to
Dr. Peter S. Winner to succeed Dr.
Benson at Joliet.
Al Wright, 1842 Walnut, given six
months for taking bicycles.
Maria Barsk, survivor Empress of
Ireland, here. Broke.
Rumored Trixie Friganza has di
vorced Chas. Goettler.
M. B. Derrick, 82, robbed on car
Evo Moran, 1511 N. La Salle St.,
fined $25. Disorderly house.
Election officials removed in 18th
Ward by Judge Owens.
Norman A. Russ wants divorce.
Claims wife, Parmalee heir, abused
Archie Hooper, 56 E. Illinois st.,
killed by Adams Express wagon.
James A. Patton's son held as
Brick plants opening. 100,000 men
will work within week.
Railroad men balloting on strike.
Hazeldell Knapp and Edward B.
Hastings, elopers, arrested in Frisco.
Abe and John Lachoff, 1439 Ra
cine av., ordered to pay $5 a week to
James Parker, wife and 3 children
taken to R. R. station in patrol. May
o rfurnished tickets to St. Louis.
Koeln's saloon, 120 S. Halsted St.,
fined $10. Sold drinks to women.
Verdict of coroner's jury forced C,
M. & St P. R. R. to protect Glencoe
Lewis Levine, alleged .firebug, dis
charged. Former Vice Pres. Adlai E. Steven
son ill at Presbyterian Hospital.
A. D. Currier, Evanston, hired do
mestic. Fired after two hours. Girl
took $35 rug for payment
Wm. Prochnow, 60, 2248 W. 50th
pi., bit by pet raccoon. Dead.
Fraud vote trials cost $37,989.
Brick fell from Hartford Bldg.
Dorothy Kelly, 1914 N. Kedzie av.,
Fourteen city employes, ages 61 to
75, facing merit board. Alleged to
old for work. Would get pensions if
retained until July, 1916.
Conrad Jenson, 6, 5915 S. Halsted
St., dead. Bonfire.
Books of John W. Worthington,
head of defunct American Banking
Ass'n, ordered examined.
DAUGHTERS OF ARISTOCRAT
ASK KING FOR VOTE
London, June 5. Misses Mary and
Eleanor Blomfield were the young
women who last night made the sen
sational suffraget demonstration be
fore King George at the Buckingham
palace court Their identity was es
tablished this afternoon.
The youthful advocates of votes for
women are the daughters of the late
Sir Arthur Blomfield and the family
moves in good society. The Women's
Social and Political "Union officials
disavowed connection with the epi
sode when one of the young women
prostrated herself at the king's feet,
and declared the Misses Blomfield
were not connected with their or-"
GUARD INCREASED ON ESTATE
Tarrytown, N. Y., June 5. Armed
guards additional to those who for
days have guarded Tarrytown
against I. W. W. .invasion today took
post on the dock here to prevent any
possibility of dynamite destroying a
forty-ton stone fountain for John D.
Rockefeller, which arrived by boat"
from the coast 'of Maine.
Detectives in New York today re
ported to the authorities that anarch
ists from Paterson, Passaic and New
ark, N. J., met in New York last night
and that 200 of them pledged them
selves to be in Tarrytown when the
cases of their fellow protestarits come
o o l
It is a great comfort to a woman
who has to scrimp and save to keep
her children in high school to reflect7
that they are learning all about the
Bard of Avon.
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