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aufo bandits have been working
Identified, as well-to-do Chica
goans. Although they answer
description of bandits they claim
Coming right back at young
women's club members not to
marry men with less than $5,000,
young men's $5,000 club has been
organized, pledging that no mem
ber marry a girl whpse father
cannot "stakes couple to $5,000.
Cost of living campaign will
open next Friday. 10 carloads of
eggs will He sold direct to con
sumers from stations located in
every part of city. Will be sold at
24 cents a dozen
Bartenders' Union .No. 41 will
elect officers tomorrow night.
J. W. Miller, 617 N. Clark st.,
found unconscious on-platform of
Chicago av. car. Two blbod ves
sels in leg "broken. Emergency
Thieves held up and robbed K.
E. Wohrly, 5112 Sheridan road,
of $39 at 5th av. and Jackson blvd.
Auto with license "111. 55555"
stolen Friday night from W. H.
Williams, 426 S. Scoville av.7 and
believed to have been used by
auto bandits, was found at Canal
and Washington sts.
Leo Kriece, 13, 1845 W. Huron
St., struck by auto of N. K. Reese,
2810 Warren av. Seriously in
jured. Case of G. W. Fitzgerald, on
trial for alleged theft of $175,000
from sub-treasury in February,
1907, will probably reach jury
Local Postoffice Ass'n warmly
approved postoffice appropriation
bill, reported to House of Repre
sentatives, which provides that
postoffice clerks1 will receive $800
instead of $600.
Bernard Fradkin, 10, 2244 Po
tomac av., killed by auto of T.
Following banquet at Audi
torium Hotel tonight New Pro-,
gressive Club of Chicago will
Seven men arrested yesterday
Robber ransacking home of A.
H.Dannert, 1422 Winona St.,
locked Dannert and his wife in a
closet. Escaped with loot.
Two armed men held up and
robbed Wm. Winters, 1530 W.
13th St., of $2.50. '
Bell That man over there is
staring straight at my nose. Nell
Probably he's a reporter. Bell
And why should a reporter
stare at my nose? Nell They
are supposed to keep their ey4s
on everythingthing that turns
up, aren't they?
N. Y. Herald has started quite
a hoom for muskrat and sweet
potatoes garnished with caridied
sweetflag, as an addition to the
menu. Looking the market prices
ovei, we see a rning chance for
sweet grasses sweet rats and
such, all right.-
Kind-hearted Lady Ah, poor
man! Don't you know that you
will fill a drunkard's grave?
Waggles No, madam; I ex
pect to be cremated.