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he didn't buy It in own name for fear
voters would be suspicious.
Safeblowers failed to open safe
containing $5,000 at Harger Furni
ture Co.'s store at 3924 Lincoln av.
Christman Arnold, arrested on the
charge of sending improper letters
through mails, discharged. Wrong
Minnie Goldberg, keeper of resort
at 1227 W. Madison, given 60 days in
bridewell under new Kate Adams law.
Following committed suicide Mon
day: Frank Ehrhardt, 4128 N. Sacra
mento av.; John Reinholz. 858 Al
dine; Henry Petit, 959 Altgeld.
"Wild wolf in loop turned out to
be police dog.
Richard Post, address unknown,
assisted to Lake Shore hospital by
two unidentified men. Died hour
later. Coroner investigating.
Chicago plan commission will fight
government's plan for a skyscraper
postofSce on West Side. Real es
tate men want postoffice to cover
"John, do your clerks watch the
"No, not since I hired that pretty
GOVERNOR'S WIFE AT MEETING
OF "THIRD HOUSE"
Mrs. Wm. C. McDonald, who will be
a guest at the governors' conference
in Boston, Aug. 24 to 27. Gov. Mc
Donald will be a delegate.
MEXICAN RIOTS QUIET DOWN
Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 10. Cav
alry patrols stationed today along the
railroad near here and on the Alice
stage route, while four infantry com
panies are protecting Harlingen, San
Benito, Sebastian and Raymondsville
from Mexican raids. Reports early
today indicated situation quiet
San Mateo, CaL To catch man
who stole his bicycle, Dr. J. F. Devane
bought new one and put mumps
germs on handle bars. F. Edwards
under arrest. Mumps developed In