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Would make brutes bi human be
ings, crush out ambition, destroy
the sanctity of marriage, and ruin
Body of Rudolph Hiller, litho
grapher, 1302 La Salle ave., taken
from Calumet river by police.
DroWned swimming, Sunday.
Wm. F. McCoombs, chairman
Democratic national committee,
called on May6r Harrison.
"Mayor Harrison is a good
Democrat," said McCoombs after
But a durn poor mayor, Wil
liam, a 'durn poor mayor, al
though he might make a good one
ihe'd run things himself instead
of being an errand boy for Andy
Michael Arens, 7, 2909 N. Ash
land ave., run over and internally
injured while playing in front of
home by auto driven by Ei Cald
well, chauffeiir for Wm. Schloke,
1600 Washington blvd.
Richard Stafford pleaded guilty
to forgery before Judge Kersten
and begged 3-year sentence so he
might get chance to cure himself
of cocaine habit.
Emil Nordberg, 4618 Evans
avenue, fined $50 and costs by
Judge Newcomer for saying "O
you chicken" to Miss Eliz. Walsh,
4639 Evans ave., as she passed
him on street. '
Men who insult women should
choose their municipal court In
Beitler's or Caverly's court it'll be
all right, and they'll be told they
really complimented the women.
But Judge Newcomer hasn't got
that kind of a sense of humor.
Corporation Counsel Sexton is
breeding around town loudly re
peating that old inquiry, "What's
the Use 2"
The cause of Sexton's despond?
ency occurred at a meeting of the
city cotincil committee on harbors
Sexton hadgorie to a great deal
of trouble preparing opinion hold
ing legislative grant of 375 acres
of submerged lands to steel trust
would be'helci invalid in Courts.
The harbor committee, being
supposed to be vitally interested
in submerged lands, had asked for
Sexton attended the' meeting '
and three separate times tried to
read the opinion, and three sepa-,
rate times the committee refused
to hear it.
Why? Well, perhaps the rea
son wis that K. K. Knanp, attor
ney for the steel trust, also was
And after the meeting iuiapp
expressed himself as perfectly
satisfied that Sexton's opinion
had not-been read.
Naturally! If Sexton's opinion
had bceh read it Would seem to
"be the duty of some one to take
that graht question into court and'
get it invalidated.
i Mrs. Louise DeKoven Bowen's
suit against trustees of her fa- -ther's
estate dismissed in Judge
Brehtano's court by agreement of
Judge You certainly do not
expect the court to take this alibi
Prisoner If that won't do,
judge, I can give you another.
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