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TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. l,No.423i Chicago, Saturday, Feb. 17191? - One Cent
FIFTY-FOOT DIVE IS A SNAP FOR THIS LITTLE CUBAN
, BOY, AGED 10.
JSSIS &. 35teSl ?V
Juan Nunez Garcia Diving.
Juan. Nunez Garcia makes his
living and also.- his mother's
about $5 a ,day by diving for
coins in the' 30-foot bay at Key
West Fla. His chief feat con
sists of. diving 50 feet from the
highest point of the big steamers
at their docks when someone
throws a silver- piece into the
clear water,, Bystanders sese
him shoot down" into - the water,
After Getting the Coin,
past the coins, which usually sink
slowly in zig-zag fashion, . and
then catch' them in his hands as
he rises to the surface. Juan is
only 10 years old.
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LAW STEPS IN WAY OF
Oakland, Cal., Feb. 17. Hit
ting the high places for Victoria,
B. C, is a man who vainly tried
to emulate Solomon, and failed.
The wisest man in the world had
600 wives (the statements may
seem contradictory), but his imi
tator had only acquired six when
the unfeeling law stepped in
and he stepped out.
The "marrying man's" name is
Dr. Milton Abrahams cometimes.
At others, Meore Chadwick, and