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Of irreat of I a no to of for After Baltimore hod recovered from the shock of the fire and the city gov- eminent, through its Burnt District Commission, had taken stock of the situation, one of the major projects promulgated was the widening of Light street. The new lines established took in nearly the whole of the Lahahan warehouse) site, and as a result the debris of the burned structure was left where it. had. fallen prey to. the names and the fill necessary to make the street bed piled in on top of it. . That Is why Mr. Tighe believes that the eighty cases of whisky, probab'.v worth ?10,000 at current-prices, that he last saw thrown hastily into the cellar of the warehouse, may still be there. Color is lent to his theory by a report-a few .years' ago that workman digging up the street on the old Lniia- han warehouse site unearthed several bottles of the shape and color well known to the older generation, and containing real whisky. That is thf ntory, fantastic, perhaps, but encouraging to a thirsty man just the same. Chewing Gum Proves 1. 2. 8. 4. 15. 6. ' 7. ' 8. 0. 10.

Clipped from The Baltimore Sun, 19 Jan 1930, Sun,  Page 57

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The Baltimore Sun
(Baltimore, Maryland)
19 Jan 1930, Sun  • Page 57