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"Jack the Clipper," who has taken
braids of 3 girls in last week.
Alonzo Staples and Viola Douglas
arersted in flat at 3932 S. State. Al
leged to be distributors of drugs for
Omaha concern. Bothjiegroes.
Traction men to heed suggestion of
Cook County Real Estate board and
through-route north and south side
Henry Deihl, 1456 Byron, received
phone call from brother saying that
he is safe and sound but doesn't
know where he's at. Police probing.
Hearse of Aid. Thos. Ahearn, un
dertaker, burned in front of political
headquarters. Says he isn't super
stitutious. E. F. Kublank held to federal
grand juhy for sending improper let
ters to Agnes Planner, 357 N. Clark,
River Forest postcard primary to
close today. 400 votes cast
Detective Serg't Jas. McMermott,
who won bravery medal for 1912, to
face charge of bribery made by An
tone Trust, 3133 S. Loomis.
51 carpenters' apprentices gradu
ated from Lane high school. John
Metz, pres. Carpenters' District Coun
Mrs. Margaret Dillon, 1830 Kedzie
av., ate cold pork, bananas and
whipped cream for luncheon. Dead.
Local transportation committee of
council approved ordinance ordering
"L" companies to have seats for all.
Flat of S. M. Leibson, 120 E. 60th,
entered. $150 worth of good taken.
Wagonloads of reading matter sent
in to Chicago army quartermaster's
office. To be sent to Honolulu to
combat lure of saloon.
Workmen excavating Gary's site
for new federal building haVe struck
mine of black dirt. It's worth $1.50
a cubic yard
Coroner's jury unable to find rea
son why Chas. Burkhardt, saloon
porter, suicided at 737 Gardner Tues
Bulldog belonging to J. Nasher, 1
7947 S. Peoria, operated on. Had 7
marbles in stomach. They rattled
when he walked.
THE RANDOLPH CASE INVOLVES
A TATOOED MAN
St Louis, Mo., March 25. While
the police searched for a tatooed man
under orders to arrest Ralph Holli
day and the coroner began prepara
tions for an inquest, Mrs. Delia Ran
dolph, widow of Richard Randolph,
wealthy merchant and politician who
was killed on Tuesday by an assail
ant who shot him from ambush in his
store told reporters she would as
sume the conduct of Randolph's busi
ness, adding "and I won't wear
mourning either." Randolph had no
Holliday, Mrs. Randolph told the
police, may be recognized by an odd
design tatooed on one arm. Descrip
stations, with orders that Holliday be
brought in for examination.
"Just to think, my boy, James'
Watt was but a few years older than
you when he discovered steam."
"And if vou keen on develonine
your mechanical abilities who knowa
but you may discover it, too!"