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Ed. Grey, sec'yof state for for
London. In 19,000 homes,
there were but 121 baths in a local
district, and these were used to
house rabbits and ducks.
Florence. Brother Bellandri,
Monk, arrested charged with hav
ing sold for $600 two famous Ma
donnas from Convent of Santo
Berlin. Bill pending in
Reichstag asks government for
an appropriation to further ex
periments of scientists in produc
ing artificial rain.
Harrisburg, Pa. Rep. Dunn
has introduced bill in legislature
preventing holder of liquor license
from allowing "treating" in his
New York. Mrs, Lena Weiss,
one of Chas. Weiss' first wives,
suggested to court that the big
amist be forced to support all of
his better halves as a punishment.
New York.' Chas. Grellet
dreamed wife had husband living.
Had records searched in Paris.
Dream proved true. Suing for
New Haven, Conn. Directors
of local bank passed resolutions
whereby every baby born here
will receive a present of $1 de
posit to his or her credit.
New York. Mrs. J. Walsh
was about to be ousted for failure
to pay rent. Received check for.
$200 from an unknown creditor
of her dead husband.
Washington. Among few of
prominent Indians in Ute reser
vation in Colorado, the census de
partment has-tf ound champ Clark,
E. Root, Omaya, Togo and Ward
Hartford, Conn. In speaking
for more liberal Sunday laws,
Prof. W. C. Fisher, Wesleyan
university, stated that he favored
"closing uo all churches in coun
try for limited time as an experi- C)
Berlin. Frieda Gaetner, 32,
starved herself to death because
she thought sweetheart who went
to N. Y. several months ago had
HURT IN AUTO SMASHUPS
William Schloesser, 4727 Mag-
nolia avenue, slightly injured
when auto he was driving was hit
by Wabash street car, at Con
gress St. Mrs. W. G. Lang, 4707
Dover street, and Mrs. J. G.
Brown, Louisville, Ky., were
thrown to street when they at
tempted to jump from the auto.
An unknown man, whose pants
were torn from him when the
gasoline tank of the auto explod
ed, "beat it."
Fire department called to put
out fire. Panic on car. Traffic
tied up several minutes.
Three persons injured when
auto struck wagon at W. Madi
son, street and Raird avenue. In
jured: Mrs. Nellie Ronga, 23, OH
1056 W. Polk street, slightly,
taken home; Wm. "Stahl, 34,
teamster, 2140 W. 23rd street, in
ternally, taken home; Dr. G
Ronga, husband of Mrs. Nellie
Ronga, cut by glass from broken
wind shield of his machine. Both