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out some kind of a bond he-may-harm
some one. I think he ought
to be sent to the bridewell ' But
I'll continue it until tomorrow,
and pass sentence on him then."
In the meanwhile John is lock
zed up, and he doesnt think much
of the friend who put him wise to
the alibi excuse. '
IT'S EASY TO DO
The Pint Measures.
Mother wanted exactly two
quarts of water to use in cooking,
but the only measures she had in
the house were a three-pint meas-
jure and a five-pint measure. So
she asked Johnny to figure out a
way to get exactly two quarts of
iwafer from the tap by using these
two measures. He did it.' How?
NERVY THIEVES FINISH
Two negroes drove up to the
'front door of the home of Mrs.
L. M. Gilmore, 4325 Lake ave.,
Hyde Park, widow of Dr. L. M.
Gilmore, and right under the eyes
jof neighbors, opened the house
and filled their wagon with $2,
000 worth of furniture that was
packed and all ready to be moved
into Mrs. Gilmore's new home,
in Sheridan road, Winnetka. -
Mrs.-Gilmore was staying at a
downtown hotel and when she
went to the house to prepare for
moving, discovered the robbery
and reported it to the police.
THE GREAT, MEDAL
To commemorate -the 200tK
anniversary of the birth of Fred-
erick the Great, Germany issued
the medal both sides of which
are pictured above.
Champ Clark is a good fellow,
but when he trains with Willie
Hearst he should remember the
fate of old dog tray.
Hearst, roasting Roger Sulli
van, is like the pot calling the ket