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place were more than at first ad
Stephen Ug, Joliet, killed by mo
torcycle driven by Geo. Cichta.
Crown threatened lynching.
Esther Perry, Peotone, III., killed
near Joliet. Thrown under auto as
rear axle broke.
Mrs. Fannie Novak, 1832 S. Racine
av., turned on gas to suicide. Killed
3-year-old daughter instead.
Borteau Sedwiski, 2251 S. Albany
av., lost $260 to pickpocket on Ked
Earl Beals, 637 W. 64th, and com
panion thrown out of auto when it
wat ditched at 91st and Western av.
L. Zivchick, Indiana Harbor, and
Alice Williams, nearly killed when
Michigan Central train hitauto.
Jeanette Krieg, 3748 N. Irving av.,
recovering from ether forced on her
by burglar week ago.
Baltimore. Mitchell Lingo, near
Federalsburg, has Rhode Island Red
hen which he claims is world's cham
pion egg layer. Has laid 365 eggs in
year. Two years old.-
Detroit 10 killed, 33 injured,
when Grand Trunk switch engine
backed three cars into street car at
Dequinder st and E. Forest av.
THREE NEWS STORIES LOOP
What is news? An, elevator in
Siegel-Cooper & Co. killed a girl clerk
last week. Why 'didn't the big sheets
of the Trust Press print anything
J. Ogden Armour's packing corpor
ation was fined for working girls
under age and riding roughshod over(
the state factory laws. State Fac
tory .Inspector Oscar Nelson says the
newspapers don't print the news
about the stockyards lawbreakers
same as private bankers or pickpock
ets. Once more the Trust Press was
An Iowa man was a victim of
blackmailers,. For some reason the
Trust Press hushed the name. As a
regular matter -of police and court
records The Day Book printed the
Iowa man's name as news.
What is news? You can get it all
in The. Day Book, even when the
other-papers lay down on it
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Plattsbnrgh, N. Y-Plattsburgh's
civilian soldier campers think Sher
man Was only partly right in describ
ing war. Snow and 33-degree tem
perature that seeped into their
tents is responsible.
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