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Cohen's store at 4139 W. North av.,
where he worked. Suicide. Reason
Antoinette Jaeger, 15, 1525 Mel
rose, driven into hallway at point of
gun by young man who attempted to
attack her. Neighbors came to aid.
John Palmero, 2228 W. Ohio, fined
$25 and costs. Tried to make love to
Mrs. Julia Adler, 2120 W. Erie.
James Fortunata, 2627 W. Huron,
hurt when Grand av. car hit auto at
Artesian av. Cut
After two weeks, City Prosecutor
Miller says "misunderstanding" was
reason for nonsuiting of disorderly
charge against Mrs. Flora Klrkpat
rick, 6230 Sheridan rd., accused of
"hat pinning" Policeman Lally.
V. H. Chase left estate of $14,500
to stepmother, Mrs. Anna Chase,
322,6 S. Park av.
WHEN FATHER FIXED THE TIRE
When father fixed the tire, us boys
Kep' still as mice an' maGe no noise.
Some folks rode by, says, "Get a,
Pa says, "Shut up, you bloomin'--
I can't jus' hear what pa says next
Guess maybe 'twas his golden text.
But sis looks peevish, ma looks sad
An' squelchy-llke at poor old dad.
Jus' then the tire squoze pa's thumb,
An' he says wel, 'twasn't "Jerusa
lem!" Pa dances roun' an' says to -ma,
"You made me buy this thing!"
Did you hurt you, dearie?" ma in
Oh, no!" pa yells. "I hurt the tires!
That stuff you gee there, ma'am, is
Exceptin' what is sweat or mud."
Pa says, "If we get home, some day,
m give this blasted car away!"
Aq' then he jams the tire in place
An' says, "Hooray! Now watch me
U. S. TREASURER'S DAUGHTER
TO SEE AMERICA
Elizabeth Burke, daughter of John
Burke, U. ,S. treasurer, who is en
route for a tourVf the west with her
schoolmate, Margaret Buckley.
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' HIS LAST ACT
"Where JsJmy "old' friend' Jimson?"
"He tackled a drunken- Irishman
by 'himself, 'sir.."
"Why I thosght that would be the
last thing, he would db"
"It was." "
Emperpr Franz Joseph failed to fe
licitate Pope Benedict on the occa
sion of his name day. We opine that
Franz Joseph's stock of felicitations
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