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Jumping when- Rock f Island train
struck auto at'Tinley Park.' ' ,' V
Rev. Rreston v Bradley, Peopled
church, praised stage as great edu
cational" factor. ' "."""
Abraham BitHev. 5519 Kenwood
av., injured by Prank Parmelee'
Transfer Co. auto truck.
"L" roads will tryouttHrough route
next Monday. .
Acting.Chief Schuettletfs gambling
"squad ma'de 95; arrest's Saturday
night and Sunday morning.
. Hearst-Harrison clan approves of
Mayor Harrison's subwayr policy. ,
Aid. Ellis 'Geiger wants to see 200
feet limit on 'skyscrapers removed.
The whole Damm family' will 'hold
big reunion here.
Pullman porters have "formed
union. Want bigger tips or more
wages from company.
Mrs. Elbert H. Gary, wjfe of-Judge
Gary, steel magnate, denied that hus
band received blackmail letters. '
-Francis O'Neill, former cTiief "of po
.lice, has written a history of Irish
"music. , , ,
Robbers made two visits to S.
Cantarsy's drug store, 2858 W.12th
st. Got $725. -
THE "RITUAL MURDER" TRIAL
Kiev, Russia, Oct 27: "he defense
of Mendel Beilis, .the Jew charged
with the "ritual murder,"- which be
gan today, .was expected to bring out
few riewf facts. The .prbsecution,
which rested last'night, produced lit
tle evidence against Beilis, most of
.the testimony ieing in his defense,
in that the government's witnesses
accused Vera Cheberyait-and, the
Cheberyak gang of murdering the
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POOR GARY WAS PESTERED
New York, Oct 27. Judge Elbert
H. Gary, head of th'e U. S. steels-corporation,
who declares in an address
'that the rich are becoming more gen-'
erous and the poor more grateful,
says'he and his wife were, driven from
Chicago' by the constant telephone
petitions for assistance.
, - c o '
While strolling., through, a business
thoroughfare with a friend, old chap,
we passed a lithograph which adver
tised to the effect that a phrenologist
was giving readings within. I would
not have considered the proposition
had not my friend urged me to pat
ronize "the phrenologist in the3e
t "Come in and have your conk
pawed over. This gink is the great
est bumpologist that ever glommed
the future out of a welt on the bean.
He can wise you to your past, pres
ent and future simply by gliding his
pickers over your brain corns. If
there ain'tany bumps on your coco,
the profe'ssor will gladly raise a few
with a'basebalLbat. Come on'and let
him interpret your sconce."
My -word" ' "M