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JOHN GARDNER TURNS TABLES
ON WOULD-BE JOKERS
State Representative and Clerk of
the Court of Domestic Relations John
" Gardner got married today and inci
- dentally turned the tables on his co
workers in the court of domestic re
lations. "- -
The whole thing was a surprise and
the marriage license was only taken
out this morning. As soon as Judge
Hopkins heard the "latest news
around the city hall" he issued a
bench warrant for Gardner on charge
of "withholding certain information."
Of course,) the "certain information"
was in regard to Gardner's marriage.
Maxwell station sleuths sped out to
the Lady of Our Sorrows church to
serve the warrant and carry the joke
Then Gardner turned the tables.
Just as the detectives arrived a taxi
bearing the bride and groom shot
away from in front of the church and
the warrant went astray. A good
Wod! We nearly forgot to men
tion that Elizabeth Moriarity, also a
clerk in the relations court, as the
HOLD INQUEST FOR MURDERED
The inquest for Sam'l Kapper, deaf
and dumb garment worker striker,
who was murdered on Halsted st at
Harrison, Oct 26, is being held today.
Tony Palnichi, strikebreaker who is
accused of the murder, sat at the in
quest table beside his wife, who was
with him at the time and who is also
Panichi's attorney tried to give the
impression that Panichi and his wife
were surrounded by a mob of several
hundred when the shooting took
place that he fired to protect him
self from the mob's attack.
Dr. Jos. E. O'Brien, whose office is
at the corner where the shooting
took place, says not more than 20
people were on the corner when the
phot was fired that MUedJiaDDer. B.
J. Devine, street car conductor, said
25 to 50 were on the corner.
Zitomir Progressive Association
Br. 542, W. C. will hold concert and
Russian tea party at West Side Audi
torium Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p. m.
Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Woman's club meets Thursday, 2 p.
in., at aeiuemem. xiuube, j.ii in,. aJJ
Richmond st. )Wf
At Chi. Single Tax club in Schiller
hall, 64 W. Randolph st, on Friday, 8
p. m., William Rothmann and John J.
Sonsteby will debate the Loeb rule
denying right of teachers to organize
and affiliate with labor unions. Henry
H Hardinge will speak on single tax.
International memorial meeting
dedicated to five anarchists who died
after Haymarket riot will be held
Thursday, Nov. 11, 8 p. m., at Pilsen
hall, 1657 Blue Island av. Wm. Thurs
ton Brown and Lucy Parsons will
DEAD MAN BLAMES GAMBLING
That was the written explanation
on the body of J. H. Haskett, 3551
Grand blvd., found hanging in a base
ment at 326 W. Monroe today. It
must have hung there two weeks. Be
lieved to be a suicide.
In a letter he left he mentioned
157 W. Randolph, second floor, and
105 W. Madison, third floor, as places
where he had lost money.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and pro
visions up. Dec. wheat close, $1.0394.
NEW YORK STOCKS. War
stocks broke slightly In raid. Market
Rain tonight and Thursday; warm
er tonight; colder by Thursday night;
increasing southeast tb south winds,
becoming strong. Temperature Tues
day; Highest, 47; lowest, 45, r