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. LATE NEWS
Sea Girt, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son decided not to resign gover
norship of New Jersey, this after
noon. Washington. Illinois delega
tion all wrought up over Medill
McCormick's telegram asking
them to announce which presi
dential candidate they preferred.
Washington. Stanley Steel
committee hold Roosevelt respon
sible for absolute power of steel
Nuremburg. New building
collapsed. Ten dead, 37 injured,
and 5 missing.
Wm. Dunn shot and killed him
self at home of his wife, 4919 N.
'Winchester ave., because she re
fused to become reconciled to
Peter Christensen took out his
citizenship papers today, and got
so lit up over it that he landed in
Judge Beitler's court today. Dis
charged. Patrick Riley, former police
man, who escaped from Dunning
Insane Asylum by using false key
made from wire, found wandering
about his old haunts down town.
The Badger Athletic Club, as
sisted by Badger Girls' Sorority,
held dance at Garfield Park pavil
ion Wednesday night. About 200
The Judge I fine you $40 for
The Prisoner Fast driving
that nag! I say, judge, will you
take the hoss and $10 in payment
pf the fine?"
Grumpy and cantankerous was
old Potter., Nothing- ever went
right at home and the ddmestic
accounts were a source of con
One day old Potter conceived
the brilliant idea of making Mrs.
Potter keep a cash account, the
items of which he carefully check
ed each week.
Not long since he went over
the account, complaining and
wrangling as usual in his high
"Now, look here, Mary," he
proceeded : "Mustard plasters,
10c; four teeth extracted, $4;
one bottle of neuralgia cure, 75c."
"Well?" asked Mrs. Potter
"Well, indeed!" growled her
hubby. "Here's three items in
one week spent on your own
pleasure. D'ye think I'm made of
"What's the hardest thing you
encounter in flying?" she queried.
"At the present stage of the
game," returned the aviator, ten
derly rubbing a bump, "the hard
est thing we encounter is the
"I don't get what I deserve for
my jokes," said the alleged' hu
morist. "You're lucky," comfprted the
Fair and continued cool tonight
and Saturday for Chicago and vi-
i cinity; moderate northerly winds.