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Walter Guck, former salesman
Moore & Evamns Co.., arrested in.
Minneapolis. - Admits staking $2,0(KV
worth, of jewels fromflrfn.
Harvey Engel, 16, OakFark, drank
wood alcohol in, effort $q endt,llfe.
Will recover. .
Mrs. S. HasteFlick, 16 W. 18th st.,
took off rings in washroom Mandel
Bros. Turned & dry hands. . Rings
disappeared. Loss $1,30'0.
Chief of Police Gleason want?
"chiefs' staff"' stars. Orders, police to
seize all stars issued by John Mc
Weeny. Samuel Alberts and. Gabriel; Siss
man held for grand jury. Said to
have set fire to. clothing store, 306 W.
Harry and Riley Render, 6723 S.
Michigan av grabbed tenent's stove.
Ordered to bring it back and fined $1
and costs. .
Movie ridiculing Jews barred by
Funkhouser. Committee also wants
Arthur Schoe.nstaldr," proprietor
movie theater, fined $25 for obstruct
Twenty persons were injured this
morning when a switch engine on the
C, B. & Q. crashed into a 22d st. car
at Lumber st- Brakes of street car
failed' to work. .
Federal officials deny Jack "John
son's story that he paid $25,000 to es
Champaign, III., Jan. 24! The big
gest armory building in the, world
Chicagoans gasp when you tell them
the Coliseum would be lost in its sin
gle drill room is being completed by
the University of Illinois here. Its
cost is above $25,000 and it will acr
comodate more than 2,000 cadets in,
MOYER HERE AND GONE
President Charles H. Moyer of the
Western Federation of Miners Btop-1
ped off ia Chicago last night -onhV
way to Indianapolis to attend a con
ference of union officials who are in
that city for the United .Mine Work
Mbyer 'came into town at 9:40 p.
ms, and-left at 11:45 p. m. . He was
feeling very welL
WE NEED 'EM
By Jim Manee..
We might get along without air
ships, We might do away with balloons;
Perhaps we could do without autos,
By golly, just think if our tunes
Of raggyfied music- and waltzes
Were taken away goodness
Twould make us all lazy we sure
would go crazy; ''
We can't get along without those.
P. S Music-is so 'popular Everybody's-
D6ing It. . '
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He picked Hs yfe cfceiufty
.. .Unsettled' and colder today with
probably snow flurries; 'tomorrow
mostly,cloudy; .cold wave; tempera
ture will fa'H to .abqutJO degrees
aBoveaer6wby "tomorrow "morning.