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Baking Co., 2855 N. Halsted st The
Perry-Webb gang robbed this place
Howard Bridgeon, 28, Gary, Ind.,
drowned while bathing in Flint Lake.
Edward Flynn, 14, drowned while
swimming in clay pool near Purihg
ton Brick Co. at Morgan Park.
Detroit. A near panic occurred in
the Gayety theater when a huge
snake was discovered coiled up in the
piano. Investigation showed the rep
tile to be the pet of one of the per
formers. Cleveland. Charged with slitting
stocking of Miss Grace Elliott while
she was asleep in the cabin of a Buf
falo boat and robbing her of $27, C.
W. Myers of Buffalo is under arrest.
New York. Dr. Chao Choy, Chin
ese doctor who claims that he is 149
years old, says he has been bald only
New York. The blind Indian
Rhinoceros Mogul had to be pried out
of a 15-foot tub, so a new bath tub
is to be placed in the Bronx Zoo for
New York. Dr. Joseph Gronber
ger, German, is highest class stow
away ever to reach this country He
"beat" his way across as a first-class
cabin passenger on a big liner.
New York. Christian Sanders
won a bet of $25 by eating following
all at one sitting: Fifteen-pound
fish, six boiled potatoes, eleven to
matoes, two loaves of bread and six
bottles of beer.
Ostend. Two Belgian conductors
are under arrest charged with steal
ing $100,000 in jewels from passen
gers and a Brussels jeweler is held
as their "fence."
Washington. Forest service has
discovered that sheep in Nebo na
tional forest, "Utah, go four months
without water except for dew of
Antwerp. "So they have succee
ed at last," was the phlegmatic an
mark of Edward Vandam, xamo
jeweler, when informed that thieve:
had stolen $60,000 in diamonds fro:
his safe. "
TO PUSH "ARSON TRUST" TRIAL
Trial of 43 other alleged members' 1
of the "arson trust will be-, pushed
at once following the conviction of
Edward and Payl Covitz, Fifth ave
nue merchants, and Joseph Clarke,
public fire insurance adjuster. The
three convicted men will appeal their
Clarke and the Covitz brothers
were found guilty after a jury delib-
fessed "torch" of the alleged trust, .-
testified he was paid?700, by Clarke
to start the fire. His testimony will
be used in several future trials.
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First perch yourself upon a horse. -Then
take a hammer tall,
Then dash around an open lot
And try and hit a ball.
Just dash and bang, and bang and.
And then repeat the same
xne one wno doesn't areas Ms ne
Is he who-'wins the game.
Generally fair weather, except
probably a local .sHovVer latje tonight
or early Tuesdayrriornflg for Chi?
cago and vicinity. QqntrnUetJ yajm
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