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BITS OF NEWS
III. Central Ry. directors authorize
spending of $3,000,000 for new rolling
stock. Biggest railroad equipment
order in years.
J. H. Sanford escaped from fire,
1148 Chatham ct, by sliding down
rope made of bed sheets. Did not
stop to dress.
Emil Zaremba, 17, Wilmette, ar
rested. Suspected of being robber
of telephone boxes in outlying North
western road stations.
Albany, N. Y. If Senator Walker's
bill becomes law it will "strike at the
very foundations of our social struc
ture," by excluding dogs and admit
ting babies to live in New York apart
Columbus, O. State Bank In
spectors raided simultaneously 12
wide open bucket shops in 11 Ohio
Atlantic City, N. J. 5 known dead,
several missing and at least score
were injured in fire which completely
destroyed Hotel Overbrook.
Miss Bragg I hope you can come
next Thursday we're having some
music and supper afterwards.
Oholly Well you may expect me,
but I m-may be late!