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A gasoline "day coach'' 'leaving Seward, going over a trestle 6h the
Alaskan raj I road (71 mires" long) the U. S. government will buy andextend
(400 -miles farther) into the interior of Alaska, making Fairbanks iha
northern terminal. -
NO PAROLE RULE LIFTED
- On the ground that labor condi
tions in Chicago and Cook county are
better, and' that chances for employ
ment are becoming better all the
time, the state pardon board today
rescinded its order of last November
prohibiting parole to- Cook 'county
convicts. The order wasmade last
fall . because of complaints that
parolectmen were unable to find work
and. added tothe crimeJn. Chicago..
BITS OF NEWS
F. W. Bittke, 332ft N.Troy, fracture
ed skull while diving in. contest-in I,
A. C. tank. May die. '
Adam Pienta, 5,- fell into sewer at
36th: and aulna stsi 'Fished out.
James Cannon, 218 E. 16tK, killed
by fall from rear porch.
Charles R. Crane, Jr., lost $200
gold watch while mixing, with' crowd
watching street fighters near Hotel
Stratford.'. - ,