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ening her. He secured 30 days'
J. J. Manhoney arrested, charg
ed with beating his wife. Case
continued because she was so
badly beaten she couldn't appear
A. Cardarello,19, fined $50 and
costs for beating his grandmoth
er, 75, when she refused him $1.
Four women and four men ar
rested in raid on resort at 1923
Armour av. Clara Russell booked
Mary Bageanes, 2, 130 S. Cen
ter av., dead from burns received
when her father set her clothing
oil fife while emptying out hfs
pipe. He is seriously burned. Will
According to Book of Armagh,
St. Patrick's day can be celebrat
ed even though March 17 does
come on a Monday of Holy Week.
Ice clogged in intake pipes in
lake at Kenosha. Water famine
George Streitz, 2, 1459 W. Erie
st., dead from burns received
when pan of hot water fell on him.
Sofia, Feb. 4. Adrianople is
burning, according to reports
here, and it is believed the whole
city may be destroyed. The bom
bardment of the city, begun at 7
o'clock last night when the ar
mistice between the allies and
Turks expired, fired the town.
London, Feb. 4. Scutari has
fallen. This information came
through a news dispatch, but has
not been reliably confirmed. The
Montenegrin army is said to have
occupied the town.
Strict censorship is preventing
any reliable news of the renewed
operations around Adrianople. It
is believed that the Turkish army
is in better condition than has
been reported, and that news of
internal- dissensions has been
spread to mislead the allies.
The Balkan states will demand
that Turkey pay $5,000,000 a day
for every day the renewed war
continues, in addition to the
$200,000,000 indemnity already
TAKEN AT HER WORD
"And what did he give you?"
chorused the sh6p girls to their
companion, who was engaged to
be married. "Was it a brooch or
a bracelet, a wrist watch or a
"It wasn't anything 1" came the
"Not anything!" they fairly
shrieked. "Not a birthday pres
ent from Edwin! Oh, the brute!"
They they awaited explana
tions from the tearful one.
"Well, you see," she sobbed, "it
was like this. I said to Edwin:
'We're saving up for our new
home. Don't spend money on my
birthday, dear.' Then I told him
I'd love him just as much if he
didn't give me a present. And
s-s-so h-h-he d-d-didn't !"
A membership in New York
Stock Exchange has sold for the
lowest amount in five years. The
fishing for suckers isn't so good
as it was.