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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 23, 1912, Image 6

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gers on an interurban ,car from
Muncie, Ind., to Chicago. Roose
velt 18 votes, Wilson 9, Taft 2.
Five refused to vote
Scott Andersqn, 'New York,
fined $50 and costs for carrying
concealed weapons.
Anderson carried dagger, and
when asked why he carried it,
said, "To keep my finger nails
Charles McNichols, 714 N. 41st
ave., whose auto ran over and
killed Andrew G. Ohs, 507 N. 51st
st., Aug. 11., held to grand jury
for his death. Released on $5,000
bonds. '
Frank L. Scott, 2034 Asbury
ave., vanston, fined $50 and
costs for speeding.
Five-passenger auto owned by
Heintz & Rasmussen, plumbers,
1127 Argyle st, recovered-at Wil
low Springs, where it was aban
doned. Was stolen Tuesday night.
Thomas Keef, 60, 158 Locust
st, knocked down by N. Clark st.
car at W. Oak st Injured.
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Saves the Leather.
Chairs and couches upholster
ed in leather will last much longer
if the following mixture is ap
plied: One part of good vinegar,
two parts of boiled linseed oil.
Shake thoroughly together. Ap
ply a little on a soft rag and polish
with a silk duster or piece of
chamois. This cleans and softens
tffe leather.
A wasp's jaws are so powerful
that it can cut its way through a
$ea shell,
"Now that I've got him on the
hook, I wonder what I should do
. o-A)
London, Aug. 23. Thousands)
passed today before the cata
falque in Congress ball on which
the body of the iateGeneral Wm.
Bdoth lay in state. i '
The Hall doors were opened at
10 a. m. Long before that time
the adjoining streets were
thronged vith people come to pay
a last" tribute of respect to the
The coffin was draped in the
blood and fire flag of the Salva
tion Army. The dead comman
der's cap and Bible lay upon it.
The wasted face was surrounded
by a massed bank of flowers. The
generals wrio served, under him
surrounded the coffin as a guard
of honor.
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