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man by name of Landis in Bart &
Widen $1,000,000 fraud trial. Got
Maurice Cullerton, 2.104 S. Cen
tral .St., badly, briftsedstopping run
away. F. Urwan and M. K. Higginbottom
indicted by federal grand jury for
using mails to defraud.
Zaclov J. Enista, 2511 N. Spring
field av., suicided.
B. 0: Matz, '1368 Ingraham st.f
charged with keeping money belong
ing to F. Koslowsky.
Miss Anne Cavagnar, 22, 7230
Rhodes av., missing.
Dr. Bernard Fantus, University of
Illinois, adopted baby girl from Coun
Judge Caverly recommended revo
cation of Moticka's saloon license.
Two fined $50 for disorderly conduct
MONKEY GOES 10,000 MILES IN A POCKETBOOK
San Francisco, Cal. Carrying a
diminutive monkey in a leather hand
bag is not a fad with Mrs. D. H. Long,
who arrived here recently on the liner
Ventura from Australia. It is a convenience.
"I have had 'Dodo' as a constant
companion for four years," said Mrs.
Long, "and find carrying him in my
hand satchel is convenient, since he
weighs only three-quarters of a
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Mrs. D. H. Long and "Dodo," Her Pet Monkey, Which She Carries In a
With his arrival here "Dodo" is
rounding out a 10,000-mile tour in a
pocketbook. Altogether the wee
monkey has traveled more than 40,
000 miles since Mrs. Loner was rivpn
,the tiny animal "while touring ia
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IN FOUR REELS
Motion Picture Ad.
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