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our boys would not hesitate to
Why not offer a bounty to the
lads to help keep our streets and
alleys free front dirt; or a prize
for good manners or anything up
lifting. But for dog catching:
The position of dogcatcher is a
position few men care to fill, and
it is always spoken or with op
probrium. Let Aid. Kunz get
busy on a useful bill.
New York, Feb. 1. Cipriano
Castro, ex-president of Venezue
la, handed the United States gov
ernment a large chunk of cheese
After being ordered deported
as an undesirable citizen by Sec
retary Nagel, of the department
of commerce and labor, Castro
went before Federal Judge Holt
and was released on $500 bail
pending a hearing on a writ of
The peppery little general then
left the court room with his suite
and drove to the Plaza hotel
without a guard for the first time
since he landed on Ellis island.
"So he took you out tuto riding
the other evening?" "Yes, what
of it?" "Do you think he is irf love
with you?" "I think so. I know
that every time I spoke to him the
motor tried to climb a tree or:
jump a fence."
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Ton of bass and undersized sun
fish, confiscated by fish wardens
here, was turned over to charity.
Jos. Downs, 8418 Union av.,
Wm. McAlone, 57, 6814 Carpen
ter st., and Jos. Kolski, 32, 1547
Emma st., seriously hurt in ex
plosion of dynamite in water tun
nel under construction at 68th st.
and Cottage Grove av. Downs
Mrs. Louisa Lindloff, convict
ed of poisoning of her son, Ar
thur, 15, was today sentenced to
25 years in prison. Given a week
to secure an appeal.
Release from penitentiary of F.
M. Ryan, president Structural
Iron Workers of America, con
victed of dynamite conspiracy,
was ordered by circuit court of
appeals today. His bonds of $70,
000 was approved by U. S. Dis
trict Attorney C. M. Miller, In
dianapolis. Robbers entered office of J. B.
Smith, manager John Hancock
Mutual Life Insurance Co., 6250
Princeton av. Blew safe. Got
Mrs. Delia Smith, 35, 606
Wrightwood av., and Tohs. Hig-.
gins, 38, 4731 W. Monroe St., se
verely injured when Clark st. car
crashed into Madison st. car.
Clark st. car hit switch wrong.
Motorman turned on reverse and
the controller became locked.
Couldn't stop the car.
Man held at Winthrop Harbor,
111., as being Teddy Webb. Had
told several people he was Wet