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moleskin plush, and the little white bonnet has a band of the same
plush on it
The plush bands on the coat can be sewed on so that they can
easily be taken off and the rest of the garment put in the tub when
it looks soiled. Children's winter coats are shorter this year than
last, and in some climates where it is possible they are wearing the
half hose even if their coats and bonnets are wintry in effect.
Oy ! Oy ! soch a headache !
United Scottish Societies of
Illinois will hold their Burns an
niversary concert in Orchestra
hall Jan." 21:
W. C. Brown, Pres. N. Y. C.
lines, will be principal speaker at
good roads meeting in Spring
Held Jan. 31 by Illinois Manufac
Residents of Riverside are tak
ing steps toward replacing 110
foot water tower, sole source of
supply for the town, which burn
ed to the ground.
Mary Kline, 4, 9940 Indiana
av., burned to death. Tayed with
C. Capagiorgin, 25, laborer,
Chicago Heights, died from
burns received week ago.
Michael Carmody, 53, watch
man, dead from burns. Lit lan
tern. Clothing caught.
V. Lundgren, 6935 Emerald
av., victim of pickpocket. $397.
Silby Komezy, 6212 Leyington
av., victim of hold-up men. $2.67
ar.d gold ring.
J. C. Rothschild, 5854 Grand
blvd., victim of hold-up men.
Burglars in home of Mrs. Mary
Klenbaum, 6235 S. Aberdeen st.
Got jewelry and furs worth $1 14.
"Trilby" Thompson, escaped
-jjoliet convict, held up saloon of
Harry Martini, Robey and Flour
noy sts. Escaped with $90. De
tective G. Garry saw Thompson
and they had revolver duel.
Thompson did the shooting.
Garry's gun clicked, but failed to
Home of C. James, 6159 Cham
plain av., ransacked by urglars.
Got jewelry worth $150
Burglars entered home of W.
Johul, 418 E. 61st st. Clothing
and jewelry worth $165 taken.
Artgelo Carcolo, 2608 Huron
st., arrested charged with theft.
Stephen Wilson, 6, 25 E. Illi
nois st., killed by street car.
Four armed youths arrested.
Confessed two hold-ups.
Mrs. H. M. Kinsley, 80, form
erly of Chicago, died in New
Gus Budder, Coraopolis, Pa.,
victim of "an old friend." $350.
L. P. Federmeyer, hair worker
and famous for odd pictures,
formerly of 3140 Cottage Grove
av., dropped dead in Zion City.
Cost Chicago not less than $1.-
000,000 for 50,00d.quarts of most
Mrs. JFannie Jones, colored, 54,
5126 S. Dearborn st., found dead.
Our idea of nothing a girl
who will take money in an "L"