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CORONATION OF JAPANESE EMPEROR
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Crowds Lining Streets in Kyoto- Wanting for the Profession to Pass. 'PI
ALD. BLOCK CALLED THE TURN
ARNOLD IS SELECTED
True to the prediction of Aid.
Block, Bion J. Arnold, member of the
board of supervising engineers was
tentatively selected as one of three
engineers who are going to spend
$200,000 of the people's money to
bring in plans for a subway.
Arnold's name was the first dis
cussed of the list of 60 engineers of
national reputation which is being
gleaned by the sub-committee of the
local transportation body.
"I most certainly will oppose Ar
nold's appointment to the job," said
Aid. Buck. "And I'm sure that other
members of the city council will have
something to say before they let this
suave gentleman, who talks with his
eyeglasses, spend 200,000 fora, re
port which will recognize the millions
of dollars' worth of watered stocks in.
the 'Li' and street car companies."
COUPLE OF CON MEN CAUGHT-
SAFEBLOWERS ESCAPE .
Two con men who fleeced a farmer'
out of $45 by matching pennies were
granted an immediate hearing by
Judge Burke yesterday and held to
the grand jury on $10,000 bonds.
They are the first victims of the
war on crooks which is being pushed
by Capt. Hunt of the detective bu
reau. Safeblowers got away with $1,000
in a building three blocks away from;
Capt Hunt's office yesterday.
A lot of film footage is wasted
while movie actors take down and
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