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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1912, Image 10

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Another sign roasting users of
tobacco was artistically smeared
over with black paint Saturday
night. Citizens of Zion found
out all these things when they
woke yesterday. 1 nere is a law
ae-ainst workiner on Sunday, how
ever, and reconstruction was not
begun until last night , at mid
night. )
"I'm after ilady Nicotine, and
I'll lick her and King Alcohol to
a frazzle' said the leader oi the
flock today. "I'd rather kiss a
hog than any man who chews to
bacco". And chewing tobacco is
only a little., worse than chewing
gum. When the devil" couldn't
interest", woinen in tobacco he in
vented chewing gumV' ' -
o o
s ,,
Dr. W. C. Freed. Cleveland, O.,
-vfound wandering about Ashta
bula, O., baturday mghL- bent
home. Disappeared again. Over
study. Frank R. Fagan, Pittsburg,
played joke on sweetheart by put
ing. "unloaded" revolver to his
head, an dpulling trigger. Frank
will be buried tomorrow.
As long as the world goes
mrand there will be people to
Fwhom you can sell, the city hall,
land other who will play jokes"
with unloaded "revolvers.
But there ought to be a law
against them. k
Tongue of Paul Revere bell,
North church,' Bah, Me., rusted
li and droooed out vesterdav after
100 years work, J
Jules Vedrine, famous French
airman, fell 700 feet when trying,,
to break record between Douai
and 'Madrid. In hospital at Epl
nay, France. Probably die.
Vedrine was going 100 miles an
hour. Transatlantic liners are
not the only victims of speed
Boy- scouts of Glen Ellyn, Hl
tq start campaign against flies
Yes, indeed. Children are mighty
useful nowadays. This week
they are cleaning Chicago alleys. -
Estate of Ben Dilley, Wilkes
barre, Pa., musftemain in tnist
until his pet cat dies under terms -of
''will' "Pretty, pussy! Ma,
where's the axe!l
'- No- telephone or telegraph
wires toybe allowed at Kentucky
race tracks; this year. Big howl
from gamblers, newspapers, and ,
others of the sdrt.
Passengers whoarrived in NV
Y. today on White .Star liner
Adriatic protested against inade
quate lifesaving equipment ohx
that vessel. Carried 2,225 .pas
sengers aid crew. Boats for only
Resolution for investigation
into campaign contributiors to
presidential candidates in 19p4'
and 1908 favorably reported, by
Senate Elections Committee.
41 dead, hundreds injured, and
many small towns wiped from the
map by tornado that swept oven
Norther nTexas, and Sputhern
Oklahoma, Saturday. Freight
"tram blown from track near
Hot-art. Okla. 5 cars of coat-
i.blowA-60 feet,

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