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co stole "The Woman" from play
he sent in.
David declared sarcastically
that "barbers and servant girls"
were always accusing him of
stealing their plays.
Bandon, Ore, Jos. W. Coach,
son of late Wm. Coach, million
aire, arrested. Charged with man
slaughters result of police inves
tigation into death of Chas. S.
Pekin. Trouble between Rus
sians and Chinese in city of Kho
tan, d istrict of Sinkiany, feared.
Central, 111. Lex Ulrich, Illi
nois "Central fireman, struck and
severely injured by lightning. .
Paris, -Ky. James Thompson,
18, shot and killed by Ellis Cart
wright, 20, for refusing to pay
back 50 cents borrowed money.
AJtonjll. Carl Hartman look
ed over stock at father's clothing
store and found suits fashioned in
dim and forgotten days of his
grandfather's youth. Is selling
them at 10 cents a suit.
Dwight, 111. Josephine Mc
i Quirk, Gardner, 111., suicide". Car-
bolicacid. Harrison Bergman re
fused to marry her.
Joliet,IU. Benj. Moore thrpwn
100 feet when auto while going
mile a minute leaped into ditch
and turned turtle. Never hurt
, Go to the merchant for dry
goods', to the butcher for fry
goods, to the restaurant for pie
goods, to the hair dresser for dye
goods, to the Wrights for fly
goods or sky goods, and 'most
anything for-high goods.-
In New York Murder Case.
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At top, "Bald" Jack Rose; mid
dle, Harry Valdon, and bottom,
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