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MEN OF OUR NAVY LAY SUBMARINE MINES
T I N
FOOD LAW VIOLATORS FINED
The city health dep't reports the
following successful prosecutions
and fines for violation of the pure
food laws: Failing to provide -protection
for foodstuffs from dust, flies
and handling, the following: Mike
Lisciandrello, 818 Milton av., fined $5
and $7.75 costs; Peter Gregoric, 43
W. 22d, fined $5 and $7.75 costs; Sam
Ceraco & Bro., 1118 W. Grand av.,
fined $10 and $8.25 costs; Folmay
Volona, 1028 Townsend, fined $5 and
$7.75 costs; Anton Pukleis, 4530 S.
Wood, costs $3.
Selling milk below grade: Wm.
Oadses, 11716 Eggleston av., fined $5
and $7.75 costs.
Thfs picture, snapped with the At-
! lantic fleet, shows graphically the
process of laying mines. Two mines
are shown on the platform. Below,
indicated by the letter A, is an anchor
which will hold a mine in place.
Selling impure foodstuffs: Julius
Benjamin, 3058 W. Congress, fined
$5 and $7.75 costs.
Insanitary conditions: John' Pap
pas, 3000 W. Madison, costs $2.
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, TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Washington. Supreme court de
cided in favor of government in Ore
gon and California land case, involv
ing millions of acres of land granted
to railroads anil claimed by U. S. by
Washington. Acting under in
tructions from president, secretary
of war has called out First Infantry
and Battery A, field artillery, New
Mexico national guard.
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