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wrecked portion of freight train when
he suddenly applied emergency
Kansas City. Mrs. aMry King. 42,
who married Louis Smith, 22, whom
she adopted whejThewas 14, says "if
you want a model husband, raise
Poughkeepsie, ,N. Y. Young men
who has been climbing intotrees and
peeping through dormitory -windows
at night have caused lscare among
Vassar college students. Extra
watchmen on duty. .
Boston. Lobster weighing 27
pounds, estimated tflfty years oldHhas
arrived here. Would' make'salad for
Indianapolis. Street car strike
formally ended at with signing of
arbitration agreement Troops left.
Kansas City,-Mo, Mrs. M.D. Sigel,
20, wife of M D. Sigel, manager of
National Woolen Mills, Pittsburgh,
and H. C. Stone, alias D. W. Fisher,
23, arrested. Charged they eloped.
Reno, Nev. Divorce suit of John
A. Ottinger, Chattanooga, Tenn.,
heard without work spoken. Ottinger
and wife deaf mutes.
A lobster weighing '27 pounds ar
rived at BoBton. Would make salad
for twenty-five persons.
'Snothing, we know of a fat chef
who is commonly known as a "lob
ster," who makes salad for several
hundred people every 'night.
John A. Ott(nger of Chattanooga,
Tenn., sued wife for divorce. Both
are deaf mutes, which kills one of the
big reasons a lot of men go to Reno.
Partiality is being shown the slit
skirt Cabs, flowers and tango music
were barred at the big University of
Illinois dance. Our little friend, the
sht, was there, however.
We mention it as "our little friend,"
from the man's point of view.
Percy! leave the room! You're out of
BITS OF NEWS
Robert Swift, 32, 3530 Wentworth
av., innocent bystander, shot and
probably fatally wounded in revol
ver duel between Officer Richard Wil
liams and three men, who escaped.
Three men swept from fishing
smack, Mary Ann, during storm, res
cued. $T,500 worth of jewelry stolen from
home of R. C. Wagner, 3522 Jack-son-hlvd.
Mrs. Rachel Friedman, wife of
Ad,olph Friedman, 1008 S. Ashland
av., had husband arrested. Married
nine years- .haven't lived together a
day Adolph ordered to pay $10 a
Lloyd Goodrish, 22, son of A. Good
rish, 150b W, Madison St., arrestea in
fight after drinking.
Prof. Earl Dean Howard, North
western University, praised adminis
tration currency bilL
TELLS HOW THE CLAIRVOYANT
TRUST FLEECED HER
Mrs. Hope McEldowney, who
charges the clairvoyant trust with
having fleeced her out of $15,000,
took the stand yesterday-in the trial
of Barney Bertsche and Prof. James
Ryan and told how the gang oper
ated. Miss McEldowney fs one of the im
portant witnesses against the alleged
swindlers. She accuses1 Bertsche of
having been mixed up in the deaL
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GLEASON TO WAR ON VICE
. Chief Gleason, will open up a war
against vice. Yesterday he called to
office commanding officers of the
various districts wherein- vice is at
its highest pitch and gave minute in
structions as to its suppression.
By this evening the reorganization,
of the police department will be Tea
lized. Four hundred detective ser
geants have been appointed and the
order promoting them will go into
effect immeaiately. ,
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