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Michael J. Machin, who tried to
reach Wilson during president's Chi
cago visit, adjudged insane.
Harry Nachweich, 15, 2673 N. Hal
sted, hurt in football game.
Four victims of river tragedy at
12th st. bridge buried.
Indiana society will pay tribute to
Jas. Whitcomb Riley Sunday.
Chicagoans contributed $20,000 to
Armenian and Syrian relief.
Frank Kohler, Bridewell prisoner,
said to have confessed robbery, of
safe'at Chicago Button Co.
Mrs. Florence Popple sued Marvin
W. Popple for divorce. Cruelty
SOME IMPRESSION GATHERED
AT THE T. R. MEET
"The stock yards is the proper
place to stage a Roosevelt meeting.
That's where they have lots of cattle
and there is plenty of BULL among
'em." A Conductor -on a Halsted
"Well, old T. R. hasn't changed my
feeling. His "I did this" and "I did
that" stuff almost made me think he
was the Republican candidate.
Hughes lines up to me like Teddy's
weak sister. Somebody pinned this
Wilson buton on me at the meeting.
He's my man, so why shouldn't I
wear it?" An elderly man who left
the T. R. meeting when it was half
"i'm glad I got one of the flags that
were given out at the T. R. meeting
at the stockyards pavilion. I. will
take the stars'and stripes home and
hang 'em up over Wilson's picture in
my front window." One of the men
who stuck the T. R. meeting through
to "the finish.
"Teddy throws the bull like a reg
ular Mexican bullfighter. And it is
some bull. It's too bad they" didn't
send Hughes himself. Teddy took all
the bull out of the Bull Moose party."
A young Jewish voter who ex
plained that he hadjj't guite decided
who he was for, but was a little more
inclined for Wilson after hearing
T. R. spiel.
"Teddy is a wise old guy. He asked
the band to play 'Hail, Hail, the
Gang's All Here.' He knows that the
same gang that has been behind him
since he threw up the sponge at the
Progressive convention is still with
him." A copper who says he is not
one of the gang.
"Roosevelt mentioned Wilson as a
powder puff carrier. Probably Ted
dy's puff would be a powder puff, too,
but one of the gun powder. We folks
of families and home, sweet homes,
much prefer face powder to gun
powder." A lady who says her hus
band has always been a Republican
and is too stubborn to change, but
who is going to cast her vote for Wilson.
FALLS IN POT OF BOILING GLUE
AT ARMOUR PLANT DEAD
Tony Stronskiski, 333 Fisk St., died
a horrible death yesterday when he
fell in 6. pot of boiling lue at the Ar
mour Co.'s . lue works. He was rush
ed to St. Bernard's hospital, but all
efforts to save his life failed.
State Factory Inspector Oscar Nel
son has been conducting a vigorous
campaign to force 'the installation of
safety devices at the Armour plant.
The coroner's jury has returned an
open verdict on the death of Harry
Hart, 7350 Cottage Grove av., who
died at St. Bernard's hospital, Oct.
19, the result of being hit Oct. 11 by
an auto truck of the Chicago Exam
iner at 71st and St. Lawrence av. The
blow from the truck fractured his
pelvis. , '
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Rev. Arthur
Worthington, 68, deposed from his
Presbyterian pulpit and excommuni
cated after expose of 46 years of
crime. Had had at least seven wives.
Was once Chicago lawyer.
Bayonets were not named for Bay
onne N. J