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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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Peter Fernandes, 546 N. Wells st, and
Harry Gay, 55, W. Ontario, arrested.
Alleged to have been planning rob
bers -of Devic's lunchroomr 335 S.
HalSted st. " -
Thomas Hunt, 15, 6833 S. Honore
St., and eHrman Moebius, 6756 S. Pu
laski av., runaways, caught at Dear
born st. station.
Mrs. Joseph -Gibbons and son filed
suit against Geo. Rosen and Jennie
Meyers, and Mrs. Minnie Wagner
against John Neuberg, under the
dramshop act. Want $10,000 apiece
from saloons.
Actors' Union, Local 2, Branch
526, will meet at 28 N. 5th av'., Jan. 7,
2:30 p. m. '
Wm. aKvanaugh, 1813 N. Campbell
av., and Edward Bateson escaped
from Dunning Hospital for Insane.
36th getaway in 4 months.
Twenty-six municipal bonds sold.
Total $786,000.
Martin Pieman, 1905 W. 22d st.,
seriously injured in Michael Smilka
nich's saloon, 1823 W. 22d st
Sebastian Michalek, 1083 W. 15th
st, held to grand jury. Alleged to
have taken furniture. Released $2,
500 bond. Fined $25 for assault.
Mrs. George Bass picked to oppose
"Bathhouse John" by Progressives.
Suffragists to center their support on
her if she runs.
Home of A. W. Scholten, 3012 N.
Natorra av., destroyed by fire. Loss
$1,500.
Thomas Shannon's saloon, 2258 W.
Lake st, held up. $21.
W. H. Johnson, LaCrosse, Wis.,
stopped by two men. Felled one and
got away.
Bessie Koslofsky, 12, saved from
death by Thomas Noonan. driver.
Clothes caught fire. Blaze smothered
with coat. .
Circuit Court judges handed down
decisions determining" number of em
ployes for different cpunty offices for
191-4. Several employes may lose
.positions.
QUEER TALES FROM
ANIMAL KINGDOM
Monkeys see stereoscopically, i. e.,
two images are seen at the same
time, thus giving more than a single
view; this enables them to judge -more
accurately of objects than other
animals can.
Monkeys have four hands. Scien
tists assert that a monkey has no
feet; they call his four legs hands;
the presence of the fingers and
thumb is what gives the monkey his
wonderful dexterity and agility.
Monkeys do not live long in captivity,
and thus the population of a monkey
house is constantly changing.
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BUT HE DIDN'T WANT TO L'AND
THERE!
STRAIGHT t
"Oh, captain," came a groan from
a seasick passenger, half reeling in a
deck chair, "how far are we off
land?"
"Mile and a half," came the reply.
"Thank heaven! In what direc
tion, captain?"
A twinkle came for a moment Into
the eye of the brusque old sea-dog.
"Straight down!" he grunted.

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