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Eleven children ranging be
tween the years of 9 and 13 ar
rested on charges of picking up
coal on Northwestern R. R.,
tracks, discharged in juvenile
Elgin Board of Trade yester-
'day fixed price of butter at 27
cents a pound, a decrease of 5
cents from last week. Chicago
members were overlooked, and
wanted an even lower oriae
J. A. Malloy, bachelor' candi
date for the democratic nomina
tion for alderman from the 21st
ward has announced his platform,
"If elected I'll marry within the
year, a woman of this ward if I
can find one who will have me."
Not having seen Mr. Malloy,
we can't say whether the women
would vote for or against him if
they were given the ballot.
Rev. Abraham Lazarus has
written Municipal Judge Sabath
advocating the selection of judg
es who can speak at least seventy
languages, and thus do away with
Angelo Cappitelli, 228 S. Hal
sted, a barber, is said to have
made "telephonic" love to Mrs.
iWilliam Davis, 117 S. Sangamon,
a widow. Last night she agreed
to meet him. She did, and so did
two policemen. Angelo will he
held pending investigation.
Robert Baker, city fireman,
boarded a W. Chicago ave. car
last night and conductor asked
him for his fare. Baker forgot
he wasn't in uniform, and became
peeved. Because of said peevish
ness he punched the conductor's
face and drove 'his Head through
a window. Arrested. -
Chief McWeeny has given out
order that disorderly womenu
seen leaving hotels will be ar-,
rested, but their escorts will not
be molested unless known crim
inals or vagrants.
John Stone, 512 Jefferson ave.,
and Norman Hitchcock, 6564
Washington ave., Hyde park
high school students, yesterday
played a game of checkers by
How's that for real excite
ment? Doesn't your blood fairly
congeal at the hazardous sport?
But it takes all' kinds of news to
make a newspaper.
B. F. Harris of Champaign,
president of Illinois Bankers' as
sociation, has started campaign
to exterminate fake banks oper
ating in the state.
Mayor Harrison yesterday se
lected the committee which is to
investigate the problem of non
employment in Chicago and make
recommendations for relieving
the situation. Charles R. Crane
is the chairman.
Frank Jarvis, employed in fur-
niture store at 1222 Clybourn
ave., died last night at Atexian
Brothers' hospital from burns.
Jarvis ran out of the store his
clothing aflame, and was captur
ed after chase by pedestrians,
who extinguished the flames.
Alfonso Schiffgich has asked
Judge Maxwell for a warrant for
his wife. Says every time they
have a little quarrel the wife picks
up a knife and playfully stabs
him,. Alfonso exhibited a num-