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heretofore totally escaped taxation is
described as follows:
1 Streets and alleys vacated by
city of Chicago.
2 Present slips or submerged
lands along the Chicago and Calumet
3 Past slips or submerged lands
along Chicago and Calumet rivers
which have since been filled in.
4 Railroad property other than
5 Past exempted lands now pri
vate. Personal Property.
1 Residents of country towns.
Personal property of individuals
whose names are not on books for
2 Corporations. Merch andise,
fixtures, credits, not on assessors'
books for assessment.
3 Individuals. Mortgages, stock
in foreign corporations, notes and
securities, bonds and other personal
property, not on books for assess
4 Firms. Merchandise, fixtures,
credits, etc., not on books for assess
ment 5 Leasehold interests on lands
exempted from taxation. School
lands and Illinois Central Railroad
NO TRACE OF MISSING GIRL
Allegan, Mich., July 9. Five days
after the mysterious disappearance
of Mamie Buyers, 11, daughter of a
Valley township farmer, Sheriff Fer
ris today admitted his inability to find
any trace of the girl or any clue to
While Mrs. Buyers was away from
home and the girl's father was at
work in the fields near the house
someone drove up to the home and
took Mamie away in an automobile.
Torn pieces of the girl's dress were
found in the yard.
; THE MYSTERY OF HELEN
Helen Morton Bayly, who was tem
porarily a prisoner at the estate of
her guardian, Col. George Fabyan, is
reported to have left in an automobile
last night. It is believed that she
went to her mother, who is said to
be on the verge of a nervous collapse.
20TYEAR-OLD "COED" YOUNGEST
TEACHER IN A COLLEGE
Berkeley, Cal. Alice L. Fleenor, a
senior in the University of California
here, is the youngest university in
structor in the United States. Miss
Fleenor is 20 and when she graduates
in 1915 will be among the youngest
"coeds" to take a degree.
As head of the Parliamentary law
department of the University of Cali
fornia she has commanded recogni
tion for her gift of oratory, her flu
ency of style and her personality. She
has lectured before civic bodies and
has won many admirers.
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