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and hook and ladder wagon stuck in
Chicago scientists to weigh moon
and test effects of tides.
. Circuit Judge Charles M. Foell
threatened with pneumonia.
Mrs. John Krusin, Gary, shot and
. a killed by John Salahma. Salahma
' w suicided.
Efficiency Bureau against new po
lice stations and fire houses. Says
places are in awful condition but will
approve bond issue.
Public library to establish 5 new
circulating brances. Pullman branch
Two boys in knee pants stopped
'. . Mrs. H. Barnhardt, 1027 E. G5th st,
. and Mrs. C. E. Carpenter, 1425 E.
65th st. Women screamed. Boys fled.
Frederick C. Maston, New York,
! charged with abduction of Mavis
Simmon, released on $1,500 bond.
Peter De Rock's death accidental
witnesses claim at inquest. Edward
O'Donnell not placed on stand.
Mayor to sign terminal bill today.
RELEASED MAN TAKEN AGAIN
ON SERIOUS CHARGE
Alpena, Mich., March 31. Eph
raim McMillen, sign painter and
former vaudeville performer, in
whose home his foster daughter,
Pearl Kellogg McMillen, died Hen
days ago under circumstances which
aroused the community, was released
yesterday upon the warrant charg
. . ing that he forcibly detained the girl
' in his home and immediately rear
, rested on a warrant charging mur
der and manslaughter. Physicians
I Q are expected to swear tha't the girl
came to her death from peritonitis,
superinduced by a criminal operation
Tommy Pop, what is the differ
' ' ence between a luxury' and a neces
sity? Tommy's Pop Merely getting us
ed to itrrny son. Philadelphia Record.
In a suburban area, old chap, I be
came distressed at the perplexing sys
tem of street cognomens and was
quite unaHe to ascertain the address
I desired. Observing no native in
sight, save a young lady who was
masticulating gum with astounding
vigor, you know, I bowed low and
ventured to inquire as to my direc
tions: With indignation she respond
"Well, I like your crust! Who is
you, anyhow, the gink that put the
brass in doorknobs? The idear of ad
dressin' muh in a public drag without
first gettinHhe office through a mu
tual sidekick and glomming permis
sion to give me the pumphandle mitt.
Wedge this through you bean: No
caramel kid can make good with this
here damsel by handin' out a friendly
stare an' a parcel of airy remarks.
Any boob that wins a knockdown
with me has got to be once-overed
by my chaperone through her lorg