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HI., was shot by section hand, named
"Bete." "Pete" fled. Moore dying..
Phi Kappa Sigma frat, 733 Foster
av., Iqoted. $5Q0 loss.
Poolroom, 763 E. 39th st., raided.
Martin Slatow, owner, and 9 inmates
charged with gambling.
'Michael Agrece struck by , street
W. Kaulczyk, 1519 Elston av., fell
from porch. Dead.
Alexander Fagerholm, Aurora,
stopped by 3 armed negroes. Lost
overcoat, $35 and diamond pin.
Campbell av. station of C. & 0. P.
"L" robbed by masked highwayman.
Rudolph Cobion, 48, suicided.
Flock of ducks, going north, pass
ed over Lake Michigan. Sign of early
Henry Kessler, 2802 S. Park av.,
flashed star, and gun when asked .for
carfare. Revolver went off. Panic
in car. Arrested.
Safeblowers looted Martin Ander
son's grocery store, 8838 Buffalo av.
John Watson, 512 Hinman av
Eyahston, dead. . Believed from over
dose of headache powder.
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PUTS HIRED GIRL PROPOSITION
UP TO; WITNESSES
An appeal to mistresses to show
more interest fa their hired girls was
voiced by Mrs. Ophelia Lawrence
Blair in a speech before The Forum
s me-report or; me jviorais vjpun.
made-rcently Bhows that of 750 girls
who went wrong, 225 were formerly
employed as domestics," said Mrs.
Blair. ''If the mistresses jof the house
would only take a little friendly,
motherly,or sisterly interest in her
servants, this percentage would be
cut down a greats deal and the help
problem would be more.nearly solved.
Surely a good home ought to be an
inducement, to a girl. Tinder present
conditions, however, 'records show it
.tends to drive her to ruin."
ADVENTURES OF MR.JVlOUSE
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THE CURE i
"I don't want to appear' boastful,"
said the artist,."butthe.beauty of, 'my
pictures- renders people absolutely
"Hooray V exclaimed the weary
looking visitor, "I must bring my wife
ito see 'em"
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