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?AYINC ELECTION BETS IT TAKES A LOT OF NERVE
I It took a month for these election
bet losers to "take heart" and pay
Blowing a peanut around a New
York block is a difficult task and re
quires courage, especially when the
loser has to wear wifie's nightcap.
But perhaps the bravest of the
brave is she who had to wear a knee
length skirt to expose her limbs, one
half-stockinged, to pay her bet
Wm. Davey, 30, 3824 S. State st,
caused excitement in alle yin rear of
The Fair. Picked up by police am
bulance. Police think he was over
come by fit. - '
Edw. Klunder, 30, 4509 W. Madi-
ison, killed in gun duel with John
Zuta as he tried to hold up Zuta's
saloon, 2501 W. Lake.
Teofil Peoblitzki, 28, shot and
wounded by police in fight'.
Wheat tumbled 8 cents as result
of peace news.
Few men applying for "flops" at
municipal lodging house:
Unidentified boy, about 10, killed
by Armour & Co. auto truck at Erie
and Western. Body taken to under
taker's atlSlO N. Western.