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LOCALEVENTSI TABLOID TORM
Giuseppe Matalone, Austina
ave., found a bomb with his milk
and morning paper on his door
step this morning. SaTd he was
getting them every hiorning, but
never went off. Thought that
he'd better report to police. Chief
of police said there was enough
dynamite in the things to blow
up a city block. Police think it
the work of the Black Hand. Ma
talone thinks it is a joke.
Elgin butter board announced
an advance in butter of one cent
over last week. m Efforts of Chica
go delegation on the board to se
cure a higher price were over
ruled. Seven hundred school children
in Ravenswood district who had
intrusted' their pennies, nickels
and dimes in the Wilson avenue
bank are now wondering how
much of their money will be re
turned to. them when William A.
Mason has been declared a bank
rupt in court.
Pat Dougherty, veteran White
Sox outfielder has turned in his
Pete Bartzen of the county
board has issued that all appli
cants that Hvant a job in the
county's service must show a
Have pity on bachelors, Pete.
Albert Kostiski held for de
serting his 17-year-old wife, de
clared he was disappointed in her
because American girls were far
Beauty is only skin deep, Al
bert. The latest thing in cement is
cement coffins for dogs, shown at
the Cement Exhibit.
Wonder if they originated it
for TaftKs dawg when they get
through kicking it aroun'.
A Microscopical investigation
has got to be made on a hair
switch,to determine whether it
belongs to Delia Cook or Mrs:
Sallie Thaxon, both blondes.
Each declare that the switch was
made from her own hair.
, Lathers and glaziers are exi
pected to lay down tools Friday.
Want an increase in wages.
Miss Eaida Brunk, physical di
rector of the Women's Athletic
league has discovered that knock
knees make the girls beautiful,
and that Chicago girls may feel
flattered today if they are knock
kneed. Hundreds of girls, men and
women had a sweet time last
night scrambling and risking
their lives, trying to get some of
the boxes of candy that were
thrown out of a window of a
burning building occupied by the
Giacomo Allegretti company,"
54-58 S. Water street. Loss $20,
000. Mrs. Catherine M. Groves, W
Harrison street, was. washing six
diamond rings and a set of ear
rings in the kitchen sink. Drop
ped them down the pipe and men
from West -Side division opened
sewer and found the diamonds.
One of the things that makes
us glad we don't take advertising,
is coming face-to face with this in
today's Journal: "The peevish
child,needs a laxative."