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TARGET PRACTICE WITHOUT FIRING A SHOT!
THE "DOTTER" RECORDS THE AIM!
The electrically operated "dotter'"!
attached, as you see it here, to a 13
inch gun where the big shooting iron
projects from the turret, is a device
whereby our naval officers keep their
gun crews "fit" The "dotter" makes
possible target practice in limited
space. The prick of the needle tells
DETECTIVE WHO SLUGGED A
STRIKER IS FINED
A ten dollar fine may serve to curb
activities of private detectives in the
"John Brown," private "dick" hired
by manufacturers to chase strikers
away from the vicinity of scab shops,
was assessed $10 by Judge La Buy
in Desplaines st. court
Brown, according to Harry Wax
man, complainant, with a partner,
also said to be a detective, assaulted
him while he was waiting for a street
car at Halsted st and Jackson blvd.
two weeks ago.
Just as accurate a tale of marksman
ship as if the weapon had hurled a
missile at a target several miles dis
tant Moreover, self-contained means
for marksmanship practice such as
the "dotter" can be employed regard
less of weather conditions or the po
sition of the ship.
BOLD BANDIT CHIEF SENT TO
New York, Nov. 5. "Bill Dalton,
the bandit chief of the Ozarks," who
confessed to having "seventeen rat
tles and a button," suffered ignominy
of being placed in children's home
here today. In private life Bill is
Miss Dorothy Wallace, 13, of Passaic,
N. J. Dorothy became a bandit after
throwing a chair at the principal of
her school last week.
Seven arrests were made today in
connection with her escapade all
caddies on golf links near Dorothy's
cave where she spent several nightSj
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