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! BITS OF NEWS
Judge Owens and Chief Gleason
Trapped Judge Rafferty for finding
Freiberg's not guilty.
Four clothiers of this city were hurt
near Syracuse, N. Y., when-auto turn
ed turtle. Sam Barnett, 7 Madison
't., may die.
To close board of trade fifteen min
utes early Monday as mark of respect
to President Wilson in death of wife.
Henry Schleir, 2027 Garfield blvd.,
fined $50 for flirting with little girls
In Lincoln Park.
Chicago foods higher. Retailers
tacking pennies on prices.
Many wharf about hope to get jobs
an mercnant marine
ton on way to Sweden to be new
Every man should wash his head
with soap and water at least twice
a week. If the hair is too dry after
washing, use a very small amount -of
oil. The hair should be thoroughly
brushed several times each day to
clean the scalp and stimulate the hair
Art Ballard is one schemer. He
talked his wife Into entertaining the
Blue Mount Ladies' Aid Society and
then he got the ladies to help htni
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