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t tfri Hill li I I iffsfig
fight, in Spite of their numerous
arrests, aroused enthusiasm.
The story of the workingmen's
campaign in theIast mayoralty
election in -Los Angeles was re
cited by Job Harriman, defeated
socialist candidate for mayor.
A substantial sum was added to
the benefit fund of the strikers as
a result of receipts at the gate and
the numerous concessions in the
BITS OF NEWS
Pontiac 111. Lawrence Pee
ler, while shell fishing in Illinois
river near Hardin, found pearl.
Sold for $750. Largest pearl
found in vicinity this year.
St. Louis, Mo. Lee Deather
edge, engineer, looked out of en
gine window and saw boy about
12 drowning. Reached home and
found it was brother.
New York. Robert C. Auld,
president of Human Welfare lea
gue, has invented instrument,
which he claims will tell you
whether your "best" loves you or
not. Registers heart throbs. Oh !
Kingston, N. Y. Meyer Sil
verstein and wife, and Julia Reil
ly will die. 3 others injured.
Auto, said to have been going 40
miles an hour, crashed into stone
wall and turned turtle.
Miss Annabelle Dukes, 1320
Cleaver st, Alex Hoffman, 2241
N. Leavitt St., and Joe Grabarski,
1318 Noble St., injured when their
auto struck by Ashland ave. care
atBlackhawk st. Hoffman may
SwatemMich., July 22. rKate
Young has started a contest
among her boarders to see who
can swat the most flies during1 the
evening meal. Both the boarders
and flies like the sport. William
Kit, the New York department
store manager, who spends a fort
night here each summer, killed
seven in one swat last night.
vStingem, N. J., July 22. John
Thompson, the scientist, is mak
ing experiments to see if mos
quitoes cannot be trained to bite
toads instead of people. Mr,
Thompson says he came to Sting
em to have plenty of working ma
terial. tchem, Ont., July 22. A fish",
one foot long, was seen in Trout
Lake yesterday by several resort
ers. Fifteen minutes after the
news was announced fifty lines
had been baited. The fish is still
Knock Did you hear abou?
the great fire in Cahill's last
Small No. In what part of it?.
Knock In the grate.
Eighty-five per centt of lame
people are afflicted on the left
Real Summer-Fair tonigh
and Tuesdav. with somewhat f4
hierher temperature Tuesdav for l
Chicago and vincinity; moderate
northeasterly winds tonight, be
coming southeasterly Tuesday.