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UNCLE SAM'S MAN ON THE JOB
AIBE2T 'I- r"y
Albert H. Michelson, American con
sul at Hanover. Michelson is from
KING COMMENDS NAVAL LEADER
Admiral de Roebuck, in command
of the Dardanelles, who was congrat
ulated by King George on the suc
cess of the combined naval and mili
LET'S HOPE "THEY'LL BE HAPPY
Mildred Sirovatka, unmarried, was
about to have a child. When the time
came she lay herself down in a yard
in the rear of 1819 May st There the
child was born, May 7.
Later in the day a policeman heard
the crying of a baby. He found the
balje, newborn, stark naked, lying in
the cold. The babe was taken to the
County hospital and a search was be
gun for the mother
Three days later the mother was
found at the ' home of her sister,
3010 Turner. Until that time she ahd
received no medical attention.
She was arrested on a charge of
child abandonment In Judge Fish
er's court today she said she had
married the father of the child and
now had the baby in her care. She
Mother and baby are doing well.
FINED FOR TRICKING WORKERS
Six months and $200 is what Judge
Hill handed Stoian Lachoss, 811 W.
Lichoss was charged with duping a
band of fellow Italians into paying
him money for jobs at Stevens Point,
Wis. The men paid tjieir own fare,
expecting to get from $3 to $4 a day.
There were no jobs.
Chas. Miller of R. J. Knight's labor
agency inspection office handled the
case. A charge of running a con
fidence game was continued for 30
We sincerely hope they don't per
fect that telescribe of Edison's to a
point where it will write out what a
mab says over the phone" when the
qperator gives him the busy signal
for the eighth time.
Oklahoma City, Okla. One man
known dead, five injured and thou
sands of dollars' wortn of property
destroyed in cyclone which struck