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10 per cent, interest on running!
The Italians are the best shop
pers, they, seldom go in debt,.
while the Poles and Lithuanians
keep many accounts. Coal is pur
chased in small amounts', and
costs the consumer at the rate of
$10.00 to $13.00 a ton.
Policeman-John W. McGloon,
West Lake, street statioh, shot in
neck while trying to arrest three
suspects attorner of 42nd and
Park ays. ''
Testimony in trial of Mrs. Flor
ence Bernstein for murder of her
husband, was distinctly against
Several relatives of dead man
testified that he had lived in fear
of the wife from whom he had be
When State's Attorney Way
man produced the revolver with
which Bernstein was slain, Mrs.
Bernstein became so affected that
the court recessed until she had
Bartholomew D o m e le wski,
2024 Pleasant place, committed
suicide in his home by drinking
Presidents of street car com
panies, with answer to wage de
man3s of men, expected to return
from New York tomorrow.
Meeting of Newsboys' union
called for 8 o'clock tonight at 180
W. Washington st. No newsboy
who has returned to work for
trust newspapers will be ad
Joseph Bafia, 609 S. Fifth ave.,
beaten and robbed ef SlOfrby two
men who entered his room early
Frank. Foldessy, 53, stabbed
and severely wounded his wife,
Elizabeth, and then committed
suicide in his wife home at 41S0
Foldessys have been estranged.
He was traveling salesman. He
returned to town today and tried
to effect reconciliation.
Strike vote of union employes
of L roads may be taken within
-few days, tfaion committee re
ports that company, seems to have
no intention of granting living
' New York. Young John Jacob
Astor, much-heralded, came into
the worjd thislnorning. Weigh
Receives $3,000,000 by terms of
father's will, but that may be
broken to get him more. "
Rochester, Minn. "Pete the
Peeper," believed to -be escaped
lunatic, has been terrorizing la-
dies of city by appearing at their
bedside during nights. Police
Hot Springs, Ark. Ass't Dist.
Atty. Jubin, N. Y., and detective
Stewart, arrived to take Sam
Schepps back east with them.
They came without credentials
from Dist. Atty. Whitman and
Schepps intends making trouble.
Preparations being made to
serve federal warrant
When has coffee a right to be
cloudy? When it has sufficient