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BITS OF NEWS
Wm. Hale Thompson guest at ban
quet given by 500 members of the
"Wm. Hale Thompson-for-Mayor"
club Thursday night.
Gustave Lavitski, boarder, today
messed shooting Mrs. Cassie Tich-
kus, 2843 W. 37th pi. First said she
Enrique Eszarraz, 30, 6912 Indi
ana av., railroad fireman, found un
conscious from gas today. Revived.
Home of Frank Viscomb, 2545 W.
45th, burning this morning. Two
men threw brick through window to
wake family. Seven saved.
Wm. L. O'Connell, county treas
urer, turned over to county $187,
677.41 interest on county funds.
Guard girl who made charge
against multimillionaire. Expect ar
rest of rich man soon under Mann
act. Federal officials will soon name
Washington. Formal protest
against Arizona exclusion law lodged
with state dep't by British govern
ment. Law limits employment of
Ki-YM A HovJUNa 06
IS A dREAT tfOU-ECTO
BLIND MEMBER OF CONGRESS
UNDAUNTED BY AFFLICTION
Minneapolis, Minn. Like Sen.
Gore of Oklahoma, Congressman
elect Thomas D. Schall of Minnesota
But ms affliction was no Handicap
jn the recent campaign, when he
made a strenuous campaign of
speechmaking and held dozens of
massmeetings in his district. Schall
was elected a congressman-at-large.
ODD WAR NEWS
London. German soldiers writing
home from Brussels have been or
dered to date their letters Paris, and
letters addressed to soldiers in Brus
sels must be addressed Paris, via
Brussels, according to the Westmin
ster Gazette correspondent.
Paris. During a football game at
"Bethune between teams picked from
the Lincolns a German aeroplane
flew over the field and began drop
ping bombs. The two elevens con
tinued the game while a squad
opened fire on the aeroplane.
Three armed bandits entered store
of Frank Orserski, 3229 Mosspratt.
Got ?300 in cash, $100 in checks.