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ROUGH TARE FOR THE WAR LORD
The kaiser tasting of the common soldiers' soup. He does this regu
larly every day wherever he may be and this pleases the soldiers immensely.
The emperor goes heeld notice his big revolver holster.
BITS OF NEWS
Mathilda Harder, wife of Raymond
Barron, 3352 Herndon, arrested on
Philip McDonald, 22, arrested for
breaking into saloon, 126 S. Clark.
Got $22, Cut foot. Trailed by blood.
Bridewell convicts making bathing
suits for city beaches. ,
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brought back to Chicago after fight
Fred Anderson," saloonkeeper, 3232
N. Clark, grabbed.girl about to plunge
in lake. She refused to tell name.
Policeman and boy bitten by dog of
John Diffenderfer, 610 S. Kedzie av.
Municipal flag for Chicago advo
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