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St., struck by auto of Eastern
Paper Co., at W. 26th and S.
Canal sts. Seriously injured.
Raid on alleged poker game in
room .406, Revere house, N. Clark
and E. Michigan sts. Thomas
Monthly meeting of Chicago
Osteopathic 'association will be
held at Hotel. LaSalle, Thursday,
Oct 3rd. Dinner 6 p. m. Paper
by Dr. Frank Smith, Kokomo,
Ind. Subject, "Diabetesi"
Simon Westerveld, v animal
trainer, 3556 Rhodesrave., speed
ed. $25 and costs.
John Phielman. 1306 W. North
ave., shot himself. Suicide. .
Wm. Aure, 55, 2934 Union ave.,
hung himself. Suicide. Ill health.
Windows broken in Joliet by
two earthquake shocks.
Thoma Jones, 530 N. Robey
st., engineer, and Thomas Ryan,
Kolze, 111., fireman for I. C. Ry.,
injured when freight car backed
into engine at Water st.
Seven masked robbers entered
saloon of Joseph" Cicvo, Harrison
st. drank liquor and robbed till
An old farmer was noted for
bpasting about the products of
his farm. So- one day a neighbor,
thinking to take a rise out of him,
sent his man to ask if he .could
have the loan of his cross-cut saw
to cut a turnip up, so as to get it
an the cart i
He was not quite sure, how-
fever, that he had had the best of
lifcwhen he received the following
pleasure, but I have just got i
fast in a potato."
,,OH YOU WIFE
ItmIs !; mu ni n Pfli
OiLl-lvt Ottuuqm j
HIM TO DINNER
VXUST SlT TIGHT A FEW
MINUTES BILL -My WIFE
wnni-a to speak TO me
HND WMAT5 MQRE I WONT
PROVIDE A BITE FOR youR
BUMMlj FRIENDS I!
H IST-SNEAK OOT AND ILL
MEET you on THE CORNER
N TEN MINUTES"
B ' "You could have the saw with
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