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company, 456 SI State st:, wants
its taxes reduced because people
have quit buying" real diamonds
in engagement rings.
Wm. Crowley, brakeman,
pinned beneath overturned car on
Chfcago & Northwestern at May
fair for two hours. Didn't lose
consciousness, and directed his
Chancellor Avery, Univ. of Ne
braska, says many college stu
dents just use universities for
Chief McWeeny has given or
ders that persons injured by
street cars shall be allowed to ex
press their preference as to which
hospital they shall be taken to.
Funny that such an idea as this
did not strike McWeeny before.
The Street Railway Cos kidnap
ping of victims has "been going on
long enough. -
Albert.A. Wang, 21, 7524 Con
stance av., arrested on charge of
theft from his employers, the jew
elry store of Moore & Evns, 32
S. Wabash av.
Wang married Miss Nellie
Schooley just 10 weeks ago. He
says he stole for her sake.
John Sadler, ironworker, 6521
S. Center av., died at Detention
Hospital, a victim of the heat
Twenty-three persons have
been bitten by heat-crazed dogs
in last 24 hours.
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