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use money from contested estate of
husband to defend it
' Michael Mclnerney, 810 W. Madi
son, suicided. Out of work.
Ben Hil'derbrand, alias Ben Gal
lagher, 1239 Indiana, dead. Gas.
C. Christy, 230 E. 55th, dead.
j Fumes of sulphur candles. Fumigat
j Six att'ys failed to obtain bonds for
fg Thos. Kelly, contractor and alleged
grafter wanted in Winnipeg, yester
day. Former Aid. Francis got son out of
Bridewell yesterday. Cured of drink
habit Gained 10 pounds. Says
Members of Rotary Clubs in N. Y.f
'Frisco and Chi. heard Paul Harris,
founder of movement, talk over long
distance from Chicago.
U. S. circuit court upheld 6 mo.
term of Otoman Hanish, cult leader.
Wm. Goesch wants divorce. Calls
her "greatest nagger in world." Says
she slept days to scold him nights.
P. H. Riskin, junkman 1435 S.
Canal, out $55. Two bandits.
150 applicants for citizenship in U.
S. said they could fight for U. S. if J
war was declared.
Lieut Hutchinson told Chief Heal
ey 68 women "bums" had been shel
tered by police in last month.
Two druggists sold booze to husky
cop. Said he looked sick. In court
County sup't of highways will erect
new directing signs for motorists.
Evanston flirts warned of fur
trimmed uniform of Policewoman
$30,000 herd of cows on Arthur Meek
er's farm killed. Infected.
Jose Eisele, 813 N. Clark, thrown
2 into river when auto ."balked" at
Blackhawk st Rescued.
Mrs. Carline Munson, 57, 417 N.
Elizabeth, dead. Broke neck. Back
porch rail broke.
John Lycka dead. 'Hung self in
barn at Iflpcrat Sick.
Appellatecourt reversed $28,000
judgment against J. B. anji . C.
Drake in favor of Eugene Bournique,
who claims he has commission com
ing for real estate sale.
Instruments of Dr. Henry Furz
stolen from auto in front of Calumet
Auto parade tonight on Northwest
Side. One of features of "Booster
Chicago Surface Lines to be sued
today for $4,500. Failed to obey
Rev. Arthur Rogers, Evanston, had
foot crushed in elevator in Heyworth
COLORADO LABOR WAR ENDED
Denver, Oct 6. The Colorado la
bor war was practically ended yester
day when Gov. Carlson finally decided
to call off the prosecution of former
coal strikers. Formal announcement
will be made later.
United Mine Workers of America
have decided to make a fresh start
and attempt to rebuild their member
ship in the state. Taking John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., at his word, union
organizers will go into his coal camps
and seek to affiliate the miners wicn
organized labor movement, assuring
them of Rockefeller's "no discrim
While union officials praised gov
ernor's decision they pointed out that
no other course was open. The coal
counties have been brought to verge
of bankruptcy by comparatively few
prosecutions, with hundreds of strik
ers' cases yet to be heard. Judge
Granby Hillyer, whose appointment
coal operators obtained from the leg
islature to try strikers' cases, has
been disqualified for prejudice.
"WASPS OF THE SHE"
"My winter hat will be of battle
"How about the armament, my
"I think three hatpins is a plenty."