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vision st. car, which was knocked
from rails and struck an Armi
tage av. car.
Richard' Gage, 21, arrested,
pending investigation of injuries
suffere.d by 'Joseph Gage, 0O,j673O
S. Lincoln st Ddrunken quarrel.
R. B.Kirby, 35, 244 Holden st.,
Detroit, suicide. Carbolic acid.
Heavy' drinker. -"
Team of runaway horses stop-
ped by Defective J". McLaughlin
before any damage was done.
Erick Ryander,.21, 1147 Ga,ult
ct., shot himself through leg in at
tempt at suicide. Serious condi-.
Frank Gartz, 548 Drake av.,
tried to "celan up" Conductor
Harry W. White, 1824-Fulton st.,
on a Grand av". car. Panic. No
one hurt. White did cleaning up.
Gartz in the coop.
Thomas O'Neil, 70, 9305 Com
mercial av., took nap whle wife
was preparing meal. Dea'd when
she went to waken him.
x Thomas Bolger, 3215 W. Vaa
Buren st., laborer, seriously
wounded when stabbed 'by broth
er, Wm. F, Bolger. Had been
XMAS DRUNK; TWO DYING
Taylorsville, 111., Dec. 26.--John
Belder, a carpentergot on
a Christmas drunk. Then went
to the wedding of his stepdaugh
ter, Miss Elsie Bates Ora Red
fern, and started shooting up the
place to satisfy a grudge against
Chased, wife out of the house,
wounding her as she ran. Then
returned, to "get" the -bride andf
groom. Shot and 'seriously,
wounded Mrs. Emma Fisher,
then shot through door of room
where bride and groom hid them
selves. Did notTiit them.
, Police surrounded the house
and Belder was seriously wound
ed by a bullet from one of the
cops. Arrested. Both of the
wounded may die.
Miss Redfern was married
shortly after the interruption.
U. S. AFTER KELLOGG'S ,
TOASTED CORN FLAKES
Detroit, Dec. 26. Uncle Sam
is after the Kellogg Toasted Corn1
Flake Co. Suit was filed-today
by the federal government and
is aimed at practice of manufac
turers fixing a jobber's and re
tailer's price for their products.
The plan of the Kellogg Co.
was to force an agreement from
jobbers and retailers not to cut
Corn Flakes price, under threat
of forfeiture of selling rights.
The carton or package in
which corn flakes is sold was pat
ented, and dealers who cut prices
were threatened with prosecution
for infringement of patent
The government charges 'this .
establishes a monopoly, and asks
a decision declaring selling plan
illegal and violative of Sherman
"I am afraid," said the adver
tiser for a cook with good refer
ences, "that I am not altogether
satisfied with your reference."
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the cook. "Still they're the best I