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ages on false arrest charge by Cecil
Durham, former chauffeur.
Frank Harsher, 5435 Prairie av.,
chased hat. Knocked down by auto.
Fire in home of Mrs. J. D. Shee
han, 881 Rush st. $500 loss.
Elmer Kimball, 13, 5844 S. LaSalle
St., suffered broken leg when bicycle
A. Pischler, 1512 N. Lincoln st,
killed by jxain.
George Certz, 721 W. 21st st., ar-
rested after chase and pistol fight.
Charged with beating Officer James
Judge Cooper ordered State's Att'y
Hoyne to show cause why he
shouldn't be punished for contempt.
Hoyne alleged to have called Cooper
PA HAD ONE
"Pa, what is a ultimatum?"
"You march straight to bed or 111
lam ye! See?'
HOW OFFICERS FEED IN THE EUROPEAN WAR
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Fine Linen and Fine Bottles on the Field of War Whiie the Fighting Pri
vates Wait on Them. Photograph Taken in a German Camp in Belgium.