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837 W. 5h st, viqtim of Calumet
river tragedy, recovered 400 feet
Below bridge. Body of man re
covered Monday night positively
identified as John L. Boyd, chauf
feur; 2607 Indiana ave. , Ojther
two men in machine believed to
have "been John Buchanan, chauf
feur; 1127 E. 55th st, and Chas.
Rumick, employe of garage,
Michigan ave., near40th'str.
Jacob Weinberg, 712 So. Pau
lina st, arrested. Bit Max Roth,
1484-JV". I4th st., three times fol
lowing quarrel rbver opening of
window in faqtory where they
Bulldog belonging to Mrs.
JohntAhlert, 2526 Linden place,
ran into basement Darwin school,
Cajtalpa court and" Darwin ter
race and bit Louise Kittelson,
Bernice Templar and Theresa
Starf. . All under 12 years. Wom
an'refused to let police have dog.
- WEATHER REPORT. J
Cooler. Fair to
night, followed by
showers and thun
derstorms, and cool
er Thursday for
Chicago and vicin
ity; brisk to nigh
southwest winds to-
night,shifting to rcorthest Thurs
.A burnt child shuns the fire.
This gives children a" distinct
advantage over men and
Pullman Porter- Git up, sah
diss iss as far-as we go.
Passenger But it's . perfectly
dark outside. .Surely you are call
ing me too early.
Pullman Porter Lawzee.boss,
don't you know Pittsburgh when
you see it?
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