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hurt in saloon fight with three men.
Walter Glazinski, 569 Carroll av.,
arrested after two autos crashed at
Desplaines and Adams. Both cars
said to be stolen.
Henry Werchick dead after 3-story
plunge from Waverly hotel, 32 S.
Policeman Gilbert Coyne, 015
Rush st, killed when he touched a
charged electric light pole at Supe
rior st. and Fairbanks ct
. Rev. Fritz Hamlin, paster 2d Bap
tist church, 32d and 5th av., home
after week's disappearance. Says he
Thos. Novotny, 2132 W. 18th pi.,
held on con game charge of Mrs. An
ton Choura, Lemont, 111. Says he
Sam Core and family driven from
home at 356 W. Chicago av. when
flames attacked place today.
Mrs. Mary McChesney, 1033 Davis
st, Evanston, swallowed 'poison.
Family troubles. May recover.
John Harmon, 6446 South Park
av., held as auto bandit Identified
by big nose.
Hermann Hottwer, wanted as
burglar, arrested last night in
Rhodes Av. cafe, 31st and Rhodes.
Escaped jail last time.
Estate of Eleanor Harris, $2,050,
000, disposed of in will filed for pro
bation. o o
WILSON BLOWS IN AND OUT OF
CHICAGO ON WAY WEST
Pres. Wilson rolled into Chicago,
smiled at. big crowd which sought
out his private car in spite of the
police, shook hands with a few per
sistent admirers and passed out on
his way to start his western drive.
He speaks today in Omaha. He
will be in Chicago again Friday on
his way east
y Trenton, N. J. Former Pres. Taft
opening New Jersey campaign for
Hughes, condemned Adamson 8-hour
law as abject surrender to labor.
VICTORIA CROSS FOR NEMESIS
OF GERMAN "ZEPPS"
Lieut -Robinson has been decor
ated with the Victoria cross in recog
nition of services in bringing down
Zeppelins raiding- London.
Adolph Germer, national secretary
of Socialist party, will speak at meet
ing "of campaign workers in 23d sen
atorial district Thurs. night, 2725
W. Division st
Some of the men and girls work
ing in Jos. Connery's office are out
plugging for him. One young lady
was asked why she was willing to
help get Connery re-elected recorder
of Cook county. "Well,"' she replied,
."I am employed in his office and he
has always been might good to his
office help. Why shouldn't we do
that much for hinj in return?"
In our minds that is a pretty good
boost f oi Joseph.
The largest hen eggs are produc
ed in Manchuria, those weighing one
sixth of a pound being common,