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house, 1130 W. Monroe st. Frank
.Weaver arrested and identified by
H. J. Clark, 5422 Jackson Park
av., testified in Morrow murder
trial that clain man had been
treatened by men he did notsknow
dn several occasions.
Judge Newcomer soaked C. C.
Boilla, 6246 Madison ave., $25 for
calling Mrs. Grace Huntley, 1370
E. 61st st, "Oh, -you kiddo," as
he passed her.
Judge Caverly fined husband
$5 for assaulting man who called
his wife a "doll baby." Our
judges make fine distinctions be
tween insults and compliments.
The other name for the Demo
cratic national committee would
seem to he Woodrow Wilson,
presidential nominee. He's the
MaFquis de Lafayette Williams,
oldest resident of James C. King
Home for Old Men, 360 E. Gar-
''Father, is it true that I'm
idescended frorh a monkey?"
"I dunno, Willie. Ask your
mother. I never knew anv of her
field blvd., celebrated 96th birth
day last night.
Williams was friend of Lafay
ette, by whom he was named. But
he says he's still a kid, and danced
a jig just to prove it.
The Burlington railroad has
fixed the blame for the Western
Springs wreck. And the fixing
The Burlington finds the engi
neer of the fast mail was to blame
because he could not stop the
train he was forced to run at 70
miles an hour to be on time.
And it also finds the flagman
of the Limited to blame because
he did not walk far enough back
on the track, through the fog, to
warn the mail.
Curiously, the Burlington does
not lay any blame on itself. It
says nothing about why two ex
press trains were being run only
12 minutes apart.
The history of that fast mail is
interesting, too. It isn't long since
the mail contract was offered by
the government. It was worth
$1,000,000, and the competition
"between the Western railroads
The Burlington won, which ex
plains why it was running two
express trains 12 minutes apart,
and why the engineer of the mail
was running 70 miles an hour
through a fog.
Joseph Lehman, drummer, ar
rested at Commercial hotel, So.
Wabash and E. Harrison sts., af
ter theratening to kill Kis wife.
Crazed by heat.
Charles R. Crane is back from
visit to Seagirt, N. J. Enthusias-
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