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blvd. Cut alarm bell, robbed safe
I Virginia Wooke, 15, missing from
Toledo six months, found living at
3357 Fisk st.
Joseph O'Donnelb- .Buffalo, who
was arrested in Mayor Harrison's of
fice last week, declared sane.
Mrs. Minnie Adams, 3835 W. Mon
roe St., wants $20,000 damages from
Garrack Theater Co. Was injured in
theater during women's political
William Lihty, 10, awarded $5,000
damages against Chicago Railways
Co., for lost leg. Run over by car
May, 1912. z
Roller towel ordinance upheld by
Appellate Court. Health Commission
er Young to enforce act.
City's share of 1913 traction re
ceipts will be $2,831,912.02. Will make
traction fund amount to $13,704,
974.51. Former superintendent of streets
Frank Solon granted a six months'
extension of his leave of absence.
Miss Elizabeth Miller, 2536 Elm st.,
found a $40 diamond in hen's gizzard.
Sealed verdict returned in County
Hospital quiz. Further inquiries to be
made before findings are made pub
lic. Assessor's office out of ink. Sta
tionary fund exhausted. Forced to
trade mucilage for writing fluid.
Joseph Javonic paid for sister's
wedding. Grabbed collection made
for bride to reimburse self. Bride
groom objected. Javonic ordered by
Judge Fry to turn over money to
Five women taken in raid at 108
W. 20,th st. Fined $01. Tenth time in
mates of place have been lined.
"I don't think it looks nice to see
i little boy like you smoking cigar
2ttes." "P'r'aps not, lady, but if I smoke
cigars the fellers will say I'm going
beyond my means!"
SIXTY-FOUR KNOWN DEAD IN
St. Johns, N. F., April 3. Sixty
four men of the crew of the sealer
Newfoundland are know to be dead
and as many more will be maimed
from exposure during a blizzard
which has raged off St Johns for
' Fifty aboard the Red Cross ship
Florizel were found dead or dying
from cold and starvation.
The Newfoundland was one of a
fleet of fifteen ships carrying over 2,-'
000 men and the crews were on the
ice floes hunting seals when the bliz-
zard struck them. The floes drifted
away from the main body of the ice.
The men were exposed forty-eight-hours
before assistance arrived.
SOME NEWSPAPER GOSSIP
Town gossip gets busy as to news
papers as well as on things in gen
.eral. -Here's the latest newspaper
Lawson is thinking of playing CoL
Nelson's Kansas City game with the
News and Record-Herald.
Nelson owns the Kansas City Star,
the Times and a Sunday paper. He
delivers all three, evening, morning
and! Sunday to subscribers for 10
cents a week.
If gossip is right as to Lawson, the
game would be to deliver the News,1
daily and Sunday Record-Herald for
one price of admission, and then
make everybody Avho advertises in
the News advertise also inhe- Rec-.
Gossip also- says there is a fam
ily scrap in the Tribune, and that
Bert McCormick, the president, and
Joe Patterson, chairman of the board, i
are locking horns on tbes manage- '
ment of the property, and" that Jim
Keeley has gone to Europe for two
months to let the families fight it out.!
"Gossip also has it that the wet in-
terests are after the Inter-Ocean, and!
that Roger Sullivan is also consider
ing entering journalism.