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old Doc itrfess" a pension f6r that
Frank and Angelano De Stef
ano, sons j&Q. L. DeStefaho,
owner qfpri$ae bank, 727 S.
Glark s.tV;. arrested On charge of
R G. Ristow, 3918 E. Ravens
wood parky semi-pro. bail player,
held tp-igrartd jdry by Judge Sab
ath oii-bigamy charge.
Oscar Anderson 16,' '1633 S.
Central "Park ave., fatally injured
when struck by 22hd.stcar at S.
Young Andergcm might not
have died had, his .injuries been
attended to at once. But street
car employes kidnaped him and
carried him 5 miles to People's
hospital, 253 W. 22nd st.
Four girls be$veen ages of 1$
and 18 robbed home of E. jf.
AdamsDY-7.2 stHof jewelry
valued at $250r. -. ' ;
Burglars stole $700 ofpld and
platinum teeth fillings from home
of NT-JKramer, 5$26 S. -Iark ave.,
Albert Lewzella, 15, exonerated J
of blame for shootjrtg and killing
Adam Novak, 15, after card gaffle
in basement of 1434 W Superior
John Collins, hegro, found
guilty of murder of Win. Gloor,
north side saloonkeeper, and sen
tenced to 14 years in peh.
Geo. Roscoe, 1135 S. Wabash
ave., shot in right leg by Wm.
Brown, 714 W. Van Buren St.,
nightwatchman. Brown says
Roscoe attacked him.
Mrs. Lena Hueger, 1723 N.
Halsted st., ended hef life by
drinking carbolic acid after qUar-
frel with her husband. Charles
Unidentified man who dropped
dead across counter of restaurant
at 238 N. Clark st, Thursday,
found to have choked to death on
piece of ham.
It-Was a sleepy -little village,
with-but One claim to feme. It
had been the Scene of a great bat
tie centuries ago, and every now
and thtfft strangers would come to
gaze'oh the .field bf War, and dig
furtively for relics-whieh -.-.th6
canny natives had carefully bur
ied in readiness for thetiii
As one old gentleman ap
proached the village, he sav.a lad
sitting on a stile.
"My lad," he said politely, ''is
this the fifeld upon which the great
battle was fought." -
"Naw, zur," replied the youth,
"that be at the top oUhat 'ill."
"Dear, dead" replied the old
gentleman playfully. "That Hill
milst be tiuite a mile away, Why
ever didn t they fight it in this
The lad looked at him dully as
he shook his headi -
"Dunno, zur," he said slowly,
" 'less it be as this yer vield be
longs ter Varmer JohnsOrti f00
hever will lend his vield for any
thing, not even for t' village
Sports 1" Answers. -
When making jelly it is always"
best to boil the juice at least half
the time necessary before adding
the sugar, and it is -well to heat
the sugar meanwhile in the oven,