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gives only moderate amount of
milk, feed her bran mixed with
oats and corn, and she will" give
This has" been known to occur.
But the postoffice department de
sires to know why Markiewicz
should soak people $3 for the in
formation. For $3.75, Markiewicz was
willing to tell the humblest street
cleaner how to win the hand of a
king's daughter. It was simple:
"Wait until a giant steals one
of the daughters of Kaiser Wil
helm or the czar," read Markiew
icz's formula, "then kill the
Thus was marrying a king's
daughter made easy, according to
Markiewicz, likewise to that
sterling fable "Jack the Giant
Joseph Winterbotham, who
lives at Virginia hotel, wrote
board of review asking that his
assessment be raised from $800 to
$15,000. He's probably sick.
Joseph Bavido shot and killed
his wife and badly wounded her
sister, Mrs. Mary Thompson, of
2432 N. Halsted st., in his home,
372 W. Oak st.
Bavido and his wife had quar
reled. He threatened tokill her.
She threatened to leave him. Her
sister had come to take Mrs. Ba
vido home to their mother, when
Bavido appeared and began
shooting. Bavido escaped.
Miss Celia Cohen, owner of dry
goods store, 365 W. Chicago ave.,
robbed of $40 and beaten by two
Geo. Aires, 5163 State st,
knocked down and badly injured
by auto ambulance owned by O.
H. Berz, undertaker, 1449 W.
L. P. Johnson, 764 Wells st,
badly injured by auto driven by
Albert Marks, 4821 Forrestville
John Buckley, 16, 4250 Cottage
Grove ave., drowned while swim
ming in lake off 44th st. Cramps.
Subcommittee of council com
mittee on health to try and get
milk dealers to agree to pure milk
Probably the end of pure milk
fight will be that the price of milk"
will be boosted up, and people
made goat again.
All trust newspapers have now
joined in campaign against free
speech on streets.
This only shows how afraid
trust newspapers are that some
street speaker will tell truth
Detective Fronecke, of gamb
ling squad, went to make bold,
bad raid on alleged handbook in
dear store of Charles Welch, N.
40th ave. and W. Lake st.
Welch's bulldoer started a little
raid of its own, however, and
Fronecke ckmbed a tree and stay
ed there two hours, calling the
bulldog "good doggie, nice dog
gie, without any effect whatsoever.
Fronecke was rescued by De
tectives Etchingham and John
son, also of the gambling squad.
Shamed by exposure ot her take
kidnaping story, Raymonia
French, 14, 939 E. 55th st., tried
to drown herself in bathtub at