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HOLDUP KJLLS BARTENDER
Bandits scored another-death to
day. A bartender was killed by stick
up man, and, to even matters, a yegg
was shot by a policeman.
While Thos. Creighton, 5605 S.
Sangamon st, was serving drinks to
two customers in his brother's sa
loon, 5659 S. State st, a man with
two guns entered. He got $10 from
the cash register and then started to
back out. Creighton grappled with
the gunman and was shot through
the heart. The customers fled. They
are unable to gove a good description
of the murderer.
Walter Smeltegop, Irving Park po
lice station, former Spanish-Ameri-tcan
war sharpshooter, came upon
two men starting to blow the Edison
Park, Northwestern road, station. He
When the smoke of battle had
cleared away, Jos. Smith, 22, Buffalo,
N. Y., was a prisoner and his compan
ion had left a trail of blood a mile
long before the trail was lost in
weeds. Smith would have been kill
ed but for a deck of cards in his pock
et After going through the deck the
bullet made only a slight wound.
There were three successful sa
loon robberies since midnight and
two others good for $600 cash.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
provisions steady. May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
29c; butter, 30c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Irregular
at opening. Set back in forenoon by
unfavorable Lusitania reports.
Muskogee, Okla. 3 men dead to
day result of trying to rescue Miss
Stella Anderson from drowning.
Aid. Wm. E. Rodriguez will report
to people of his ward what he has
done in council, at neighborhood
meeting, Schley school, Oakley blvd.
and Potomac av., 7:30 tonight Wm.
A. Cunnea will also speak.
"Preparedness" discussion will be
feature of Douglas park Y. P. S. L.
"Socialism in the State Legisla
ture" subject of Rep. C. M. Madsen's
speech, Marquette hall, 6654 S. Hal
sted, tonight, auspices 32d ward So
cialists. Stewart Benevolent and Athletic
ass'n will hold dance and cabaret,
Vorwarets Turner hall, 2431 W. 12th,
Sat. night Kleinschmidt's orches
tra. To raise money for relief of op
pressed, starving Poland, Ignace Pa
derewski will play at Auditorium,
Sunday, while wife sells dolls. Re
ceipts will go to relief of Poland
Hon. Francis Neilson, member of
British parliament, will be guest of
Single Tax club at banquet in his
honor, Auditorium hotel, Mon., 6p.
m. One of the speakers will be Wm.
K Rattison, pres. of British Empire
ass'n. Dr. A. A. O'Neill, president
elect of Chi. Medical society, will be
Julius R. Kline, 2934 Mildred av.,
attorney, has announced candidacy
for alderman from 23d ward. En
dorsed by mayor and 23d ward Re
publican club and Progressives.
Snow this afternoon, tonight and
Saturday; rising temperature to
night; lowest about 22 degrees; mo
derate variable winds. Temperature
Thursday: Highest, 16; lowest, 7. j