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boys. Tough soda fountains and
poolrooms to be probed.
Mad dog killed in Englewood found
to have rabies. Bit four pedple.
Clay modeling is supplanting golf
at Elgin hospital for insane.
Judge Sabath to bring matter of
uniform set of signals fox flagmen
before new traffic commission.
John Strosnider, called Sy police
"king of wiretappers," refused to tes
tily oeiore Judge ianais on grounds
he might incriminate self.
Custav Mussel, gas victim, revived
bv blood transfusidh . discovered by
Dr. Wm. Burmeister, coroner's phy
sician. "Dead" several hours.
Retail Grocers' ass'n to open
school for its members at 157 W.
Lake. To be taught how to compete
with chain stores. '
Exhibit of Lincoln mementos on
display at Memorial hall public li
braryi tomorrow. r
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Washington. England has ships
to make actual blpckade of entire
German coast effective, it she de
cides upon such measure. Navy de
partment has furnished, state de
partment convincing evidence on
Passaic, N. J. Half-million dollar
fire which started in Woolworth
ten-cent store here today left 50 fam
ilies homeless and burned several
business blocks, including hotel and
Binghamton, N. Y. 95 years ago
Eliza D. Lathrop ate a pickle, iiked
it, and ate an average of five a day
I from then until today, when she died,
thankirig the pickles for her long life.
She lived 102 years and never rode
on a train nor in an automobile.
New York Explosion of beads on
spangled evening gown on which
some one flicked cigarette spark je
rio.usly burned Mrs. Albin Marsh and
. three men guests. Boom furnishings
caught fire. Mrs. Marsh enveloped
in flames. May Recover.
Now the Commonwealth Edison
has a choral society of eighty voices.
We'd like to hear 'em in a joint con
cert with the Marshall Field choral
Nevertheless and notwithstanding,
bo, it's hard to beat the Trust Press
when it comes to singing hallelujah
for Marshall Field's and the Com- i
And, duggun it, if here ain't Efion
Once more he's going to solve the
traction problem and get t us all a
seat to rid& in.
Lemme think a minute.
Yes, it was Bion Arnold who was
the expert and fixed things up in
1907, so we all got a seat to ride in.
If he gives us the same kind of
seats to ride in standing up, sitting
down hanging to a strap we would
Is the darn job worth the $30,000
hunk of coin the aforesaid Bion Ar
nold asks for it?
We say raus!
Avaunt just like that!
Judge Frederick A. Smith sitting
on the gas case is older in years
than Judge Gibbons, they tell us.
BACK BROKEN; WALKS
Philadelphia, Jan. 19. Dr. "Jim"
Keath, Jefferson medical college stu
dent whose back was broken 2 years
ago when he fell from a third-story
window, was able to walk alone to
day for first time.
Just after the fall his life was de
spaired of, but his pluck carried him
along. After a time he could sit up
and then he was wheeled in a chair
everyday to and from Jhe, recitation
At his graduation last June he was
carried to the platforma "receive his
Tamaqua, Pa. Fire which threat
ened business section did $250QQ
damage here last night "