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Ing mother's bedside, refused offer of
reinstatement. v ,'
Mrs. J. Waitl, 30, 1762 N. Clark St.,
struck and injured by auto at Jack
son blvd. and Wabash av. .
Josephine Kelly, 3, Whiting, Ind.,
not even scratched by 25-foot fall.
Henry Weber, 2836 S. 5th av.,
whose skull was fractured when
struck by iron crank on Sept. 27, is
dead. John Bohlan, 3210 Weritworth
Fire caused $8,000 damage to gar
bage plant of Omaha Packing Co. at
S. Halsted st. and the river.
Sam Goldberg, 1747 W.-13th St.,
arrested on charge" of taking $2,000
worth of rugs from Hanke Bros.' f ur--niture
store, 3930 W. 12th st.
Gov. Dunne and Mayor Harrison
have issued proclamations for Fire
Prevention Day, being celebrated to
day. Forty-two years ago today Mrs.
O'Leary's cow kicked over the lamp.
Henry N. Bartram, 5166 Indiana
av., whose auto'struck and fatally in
jured John Miller at Monroe st. and
Michigan av., exonerated by cor
Sergt. John V. Lacey, Stanton av.
station, discharged from force for
running auto garage in connection
with police business.
Death of John J. -Swenie, well
known attorney, revealed fact that "he
had been married a year. Supposed
to be confirmed bachelor.
Millions of dollars in gold and cur
rency now in Chicago sub-treasury
will be recounted Saturday when Irv
ing Shuman, new sub-treasurer, goes
Edna Lehman, 929 N. Hamlin av.,
and Mattie Drexler, 822 N. Ridgeway
av., both 17, who ran. away from
home last'week, found In Aurora.
Henry Ellsworth, 844 S. State st,
shot' in neck. Accuses wife.
Margaret Young,daughter of John
W. Young, art dealer, eloped and
married Harry J. Found, bookkeeper
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I chawnced, to meet a small .boy
with a shining countenance toddling
on his way laden with' school books.
In a benevolent mood, don't you
know, I awsked my little nipper if he
was on his way to school and he re
torted: "Where does'' yer think I'm chunk
ing to a, ball game? Sure, I'm
steaming toward the old knowledge
box on the hill. Every day I oar into
the fact foundry and- get my brain
dusted bythe Teech. I'm on the way
now to haye my wisdom tusk polished
and get Jo to;the lingoof Caesar and
the other dead ones. Listen! Some
teacher's pet is already yanking the
tardy chimes.' Bo long!"
My word! .., r
First Savage What makes our
royal highness so full of laughter?
Second Savages-He must have-swallowed
the, gent's funnybone, i
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