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tate dealer. 'tent clerk In Bartlett's
office $20,000. Found insurance
company had prjor claim on prop
erty. Asserts clerk was dummy.
Finance committee, sanitary dis
trict, will retire $443,000 worth of
bonds and -pay $126,000 worth of in
terest. Extend contract for removal
of stones from spoil banks, Lincoln
A. J. O'JVIalley, 65 years old, 821 W.
55th St., killed. Fell over banister.
Fourth floor to basement. ' '
Male stenographers needed. Only
three to take civil service examina
tions. Pays $900 firsyear.
J. H. Prost, city forester, arrested.
Speeding. Wanted to keep appoint
ment in City Hall.
Margaret M. Elliott, superintendent
Training School for Girls, Geneva,
resigned. Accepted similar position
Wm. Meng, 51, manager lake shore
playgrounds, Chicago av., alleged to
have insulted girls. Oldest 14 years.
Warrant sworn by Eleanore Paradise,
George Allen, 38, 1819 W. 34th pi.,
fireman at 240 S. State St., scalded.
Plug blew out. Condition serious.
Luella Young, wife Peter Young,
meat dealer, Venice Cal., arrested in
Aurora. Charge bigamy. August
Moeller, alleged husband, also held.
Lyon Morgan, 55, 4623 Emerald
av., seriously injured. Car hit buggy.
District Atty. James W. Wilkerson
left for N. Y. to attend' hearing of
governments' injunction suit against
Chicago sanitary district.
Women must tell age at examina
tion for policewomen. Limit is 30 to
Michael Cullerton, 27, 4950 S. Cen
tre av. .chauffeur,' exonerated. Truck
killed John McGraw, 12, 541 W.
Fire caused $80,000 damage to
Harris Broom Works, 1101 N. Clark.
Chief of Police Gleason ordered ar
rest of all gypsies and tramps
Serg't. Major A. G. Webb, Ottawa,
Can., wants Chief Gleason- to find
brother. John Webb left home 23
years ago. Lived at 730 Dearborn
St. 15 years ago.
Isaac Goldberg, 18, 1339 S. Racine
av., arrested in raid on poolroom, 918
W. 14th st., confessed to 20 robberies.
Five hundred men took out first
citizenship papers last night.
Mrs. Lena Harrell, 1116 S. Racine
av., beaten and gagged by burglars,
who escaped with $14.
Leavenworth, Kas. Chas. Moses,
60, toll keeper, murdered. Body
thrown into Missouri river.
Des Moines, fa. Several injured,
one fatally when passenger train and
gravel train on Milwaukee road col
lided. Calumet, Mich. During riot, young
copper striker shot through back.
Perhaps fatally wounded. Lloyd Ly
man, mine guard, arrested.
St. Paul, Minn Mrs. Delia Dahl
green is suing Peter Dahlgreen, ex
policeman, for divorce. Common t
Berlin. Reported 1,400 German
firms have definitely decided to ex
hibit at Panama-Pacifie Exposition.
Long They say he has an awful
Short Politician, eh
Long No, dentist!
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