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charges before civil service com
mission, and also in S. Clark
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The line of crimination and re
crimination between the city
council and the telephone com
pany is still "busy." Shall we
call you, when something hap
pens? Very well, we will.
Frank Palsapski, 24, 1714 W.
19th street, and Bessie Krata, 15,
1820 W. l'8th street, wanted to
wed. Frank secured license.
Then authorities discovered Bes
sie was only 15. Frank gave up
the license and the idea of a wed
djng. The Tribune says. the. Jack
known flower fancier, has been
identified as James Galanos, a
greek waiter, by member of the
Greek colony on Blue Island.
The "padded brick" burglar, in
a letter written by his wife, says
he will attend the Wholesale Jew
elers' Association, to which he
was invitedby his victims. He
has been promised immunity
from the police.
Former Mayor Edward F.
Dunne today announced his can
didacy for the1 democratic nom
ination for governor, in a letter
addressed to democratic voters of
Ernest Might, janitor, 2916
Elston, fell asleep and wind from
open window blew out gas. He
While on the way home from
work'Miss Inga Nuiai, employed
at 5510 East End ave., was at
tacked by a dog and botten on
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TAFT SAYS U. S. WASHES
Washington, Jan. 17. In a
special message to Congress this
afternoon, President Taft de
clares that Uncle Sam is spending
millions uselessly every year.
Taft specially urges that dis
continuance of naval officers aud
iting returns at customs ports;
the abolition of the revenue cut
ter service, costing $2,500,000 an
nually, and the consolidation of
the lighthouse and lifesaving bu
reaus. He also urges civil service class
ification for experienced high of
ficials of the government.
Manager, of the Auditorium
theater says that the grand opera
goers are the greatest "forget
ters" in the world. Here are
some of the things found in the
theater: One-half, dozen fur
muffs and boas, three opera
glass cases, one plate of false
teeth, unnumbered umbrellas, one
volume (11) American Encyclo
pedia of Music, three ladies' rings,
a score of pairs of eyeglasses,
fifty gloves and rubbers (not in
pairs), one-pair garters.
On January first there went
into effect in France a law pro
hibiting the sale of milk that has
not been heated to a germ-destroying
Federal investigation of
weights and measures shows that
thesconsumer is being stung.