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and S. State in argument over
right of way. William Master
son, white, teamster, 3015 Broad
street, tried to act as peacemaker.
Surest thing you know, Mas
terson was shot and slightly
wounded. But they will cat as
Miss Theera Carter, founder of
the Society of Good Cheer, de
clared that great percentage of
ill's of children that caused them
to be anaemics' are due to deform
ities of mouth. Deposited $5,000
for fund for the correction of the
deformity among poor children
J. R. Casey, 72, 1014, Westley
ave., Oak Park, knocked down
and seriously injured by Metro
politan "L" train at Oak Park
Thomas Smith, Delaware
House Hegewisch, committed
suicide last night by swallowing
carbolic while despondent over
failure toobtain work.
Frank Gotch, who will wrestle
before the Illinois Athletic Club
tonight with a "soft" victim, now
says he will not retire. Patti nev
er had a thing on Gotch.
Fellowship House Woman's
club wants sewing taught boys in
school. Fine! Fine! Wont the
boys fall hard for that sewing of
doll "longeray" stuff, though!
No connection whatever, but
only 73 days until the baseball'
season opens. The boys would
rather -have "charley horse" than
Vincent Hannah, W. Monroe
st. drjver, and Mrs. H. C. Bull,
Pakwell, N. Y., were injured to
day in a collision between a street
car and a transfer buss at Har
mon place and Wabash ave. St.
E. R. Adams, Oak Park, fined
ten dpllars for letting William
Wayne, an employe at his bakery,
drive a crippled horse.
William H. Arnold, 7227 So.
Michigan ave., head of family
that loves music, moved today in
accordance with a court order is
sued by municipakjudge. Says he
will move somewhere where good
music is appreciated.
Winston Spencer Churchill.
Daring Young British cabinet
minister who sticks to his pro
gram of speaking for Irish home
rule in Belfast, despite the clamor
of Ulster county Orangemen.
Popularity is like a butterfly
and flits from flower to flower.