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$25,000 loss fire in stable and
warehouse of J. P. Hatesman &
Co., 1343 S. Ashland aw, today.
25 horses saved.
Peter Reinberg, former alder
man, elected president, of Board
of Education. H. W. Hutton will
fill his position as vice president.
Mrs. Ellen Hinxe, 72, 5121 El
lis av., dead. Gas.
Emergency appropriation of
$50,000 to combat an epidemic of
scarlet fever and diphtheria that
threatens this city has been asked
from city council.
E. J. Kaindi, pres. Northwest
Liquor Dealers' Ass'n, has re
ceived indorsement of ward or
ganization for Democratic alder
manic nomination of 15th ward.
Mrs. M. Lesser, 1474 Milwau
kee av., suicide. Gas.
H, E. Raymond, 36, barber,
seriously injured by auto,
IF r fS'T7 "" - 1
Somerville, N. J. Ed Rooney, I when horse reared ana cast a shoe
JO, had 4-inch gash cut in bis head 1 several feet across street.