FJ Mullan found money returned to owner
the the who refusing dismissed order, Cossacks mentioning their ordered country a orders with taken Found--A sum of money in northern section of city. Owner can have same by proving property, upon calling on F. J. Mullan, at 107 Val ley street. Today at noon Mr, Don Curtis, baseball player, came to the Times fice and requested that a notice be put in the paper that he had lost roll of money, containing sixty or seventy seventy dollars, all he had. He made remark that he only had one hcance in a tnoosand cf getting it back, would try for that one chance. He shook his head when told that he one of two chances--whether the money was found by an honest or dishonest man, and went out with the expression on his face of one who had no hope of seeing that roll Hai- an hour later, Mr. F. J. who works at the Union Bottling works, walked into the Times office and said _ he wanted to put an ad. the paper as he had found a roll money--over sixty dollars. He was shown Mr, Curtis' advertisement and said: "The moneys his. Tell him to call at my house on Valley street get it." and he walked out of the office as if finding and returning rolls of money was an every day event with him. The one chance won--an honest man fon pie say the money. And seme peo- iere are no honest men.