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GREAT SPORT IN GARFIELD; PARK
With the snow well packed, the to
boggan slides in Garfield park are
busy places now. The slides are well
policed and the sleds and toboggans
are so spaced that there is little dan
ger of collision. On one slide the
riders can travel for five blocks on
the momentum gained by the chute.
But it's a long walk
back again. ""OBslSH -
CLAIMS CHEAP FUR DOES
New York, Feb. 9. Wearing cheap
furs does not spread disease known
as anthrax, says Health. Commis
sioner Emerson. Theory sent broad
cast by report of Dr. Graham Rog
ers of state labor department is un
true and causes unnecessary alarm,
Dr. Emerson says.
Dr. Rogers' report of 14 deaths
from anthrax in New York city is al
so incorrect, according to Dr. Emer
son,.who says that division of indus
trial hygiene of health department,
which keeps careful record of all
cases, has found but-9.
OFFICERS OF THE FIRST WARD
REPUBLICAN CLUB ELECTED,
Officers of the newly-organized
Republican club in the First ward
are: Jas. R. Howe, pres. ; Dr. Gilman,
v. pres.; D. F. Kenally, sec'y; P. P.
Gleason, treas.i Chas. L. Sherlock,
chr. of executive comm. A ladies
auxiliary is being organized.
TO GET MONEY BACK
Ed Elliott worked for government
in 1904. Short one day $330. Made
It up and resigned. Money just
found in creyic'e in old safe. Money
to be refunded to him. He's in Da-venportIa.
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