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cision of petition of government is given. John M. Roblitta, chauffeur, held in connection with death of Miss Mary O Bnen. Girl was struck by taxi Sun day. Joseph C. Connolly, 3032 S. Park av., severely injured by auto driven by P. W. Kenney, 1031 E. 45th st. John Drina, 409 W. North St., died from bullet wound. Shot self Feb. 25. Despondent. Mrs. Hannah L. Murphy, matron S, Chicago av. station, fell from street car. Left leg broken. "The Spoilers," based on Rex Beach's novel, approved by movie censors. Hold-up and gambling scenes ordered out in other reels. $10,000,000 clearing railroad yard ordinance passed by council. Work may start April 1. Nathan Spira a cted as lawyer and witness in "arson ring" trial. Put self on stand and asked questions. P. J. Hennan, bookkeeper Western Foundry Company, arrested for ob taining money under false pretenses. Alleged to have taken checks from outgoing mail. Charley Willis attacked wife. Daughter ran for aid. Two husky ne groes came to her assistance. Sat on angry man until police arrived. Four more city bonds sold. Total $1,067,000. William Ball, 121 N. Ashland av., arrested. Mrs. A. Schultz, 6500 S. Carpenter st, complainant. Alleged to have attacked Schultz's 10-year-old daughter. Max Klien's drug store, Kedzie and Fullerton av., looted. $300. Anthony Petras, Theresa Holland er murder suspect, released on $10, 000 bond'. Bail signed by 21 men. B. S. Wise, rail roa,d clerk, arrested. Accused of rifling mails. Jury chosen in vote fraud trial. Bernard J. Mahoney, Ass't State's Att'y, to be placed on trial today. Congressman A. J. Sabath saia to be ready to buy back school sites. Reported thathe will give 10 per cent profit to city. Two dealers arrested for trying to escape oleo government tax. Out-of-town, witnesses produced against Jno. Jelke and 12 associates in oleo fraud trial. "Handsome Jack" Koetters to be tried for murder of Mrs. Emma Kraft, March 16. State to insist upon death penalty. Suit threatened against Mrs. Pot ter Palmer. Harlow N. Higinbotham wants $67,000 fair fund! John Burke, 42, 5330 S. Wabash av., overcome by sewer gas. Revived by oxygen machine. o o OF COURSE NOT First Critic I wonder what the artist was trying i to convey in this picture? . Second Critic I am. sure I don't know. First Critic Let us ask that gen tleman over there. Second Critic Sh-h! " No: -that's the artist. He wouldn't know. o o i he sweetest cordial we receive at last Is conscience pf our virtuous actions nnish ?n-in Fin rautio!-.-. it.