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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
A. Kaplan, t429 Rockwell st,
a tailor, fell off Van Btiren St. car
at Fifth av. Broken arm.
Col. Roosevelt will attend na
tional conference of Bull Moose
party at Hotel LaSalle next
Mrs. S. H. Harrington, wife of
president of Harrison King Eer
ioratingr Co., fined $5 and costs"
for speeding, by Judge Fry.
John de Young, South Holland,
walking along track near South
Chicago. "Toot, toot." Body at
Detective Jas. Carney, of Chi
cago av. station, captured Stanley
Lucas, wanted for safe blowing.
While chasing him he was shot at
several times by an uknnown
Twenty-five pickpockets picked
up in downtown streets yes
'terday by detectives from the
bureau. Captain Halpin says he
intends to protect Christmas
American Association of Fairs
and Expositions endorse Ma
guire bill providing congressional
appropriation of $100,000 for
each state to be used in erecting
state fair buildings.
Samuel Maser, 706 Sherman
Stv fell 12 feet down elevator
Shaft in Donnelly Printing Co. at
PlymoUtfy ct. and Harrison st.
Steven Porrzebaki stuck head
out of Window and told neigh
bors upstairs to make less noise.
Jome one dropped a mflk bottle.
Ambtnance. Steven says when he
gets better-he will swear out a
Hjalmar Hasselquist and Wal
ter Running, reporters, captured
one burglar and put the police on
trail qf another who was escap
ing ffom Busy Bee restaurant at
6 South Jefferson st. with their
- Daniel O. Lively, chief of Live
Stock Department of Panama
Pacific Exposition, believes that
the high cost of living craze wilt
have disappeared in two years.
Rudolph J. Klatt, 2628 Ballou
st., held up by three armed youths
at Halsted and Pearce early to
day. Got $39 and a $45 watch.
- President McCormick of the
county board discharged 39 em
ployes this afternoon.
James M. Kittleman, former
state representative, advocat.es
public whipping posts forepersons
who make Irving from commer
John P. Tansey, cashier in o
fice of the county court clerk, today-
denied bribery charge on
stand. " i
Rev. Joseph Stolz was elected
minister for life of the Tskh cor
gregation in their temple at East
45th and Vincennes- av.
Attorney P. H. O'Donnell
charged former State's -Attorney
Wayman with having allowed
Joh. nShea, bunko man, to escape
from trial. Shea is alleged to
have fleeced Dr. William T. Kit
by out of much money.
Bishop Samuel Fallows, at
church council meeting, advo