TJiree footpads held tip and
robbed Charles Wass,2527 Wash
tenaw av., early today at Tolman
ay. and G-reenwood terrace. Men
were well dressed.
' John Bosterling,. 2317 Rhine
st, held up and robbed by two
men at Western av. and Lubeck
John Cummings, 19 N. May st,
Edward Talbert, 17 N. May St.,
and Annie Curtis and Bessie
Hamilton, Aberdeen Hotel, 1104
W. Madison St., "arrested when
police raided cocaine party in
.v ' in hotel.
v James Keyes, 326 N. Oakley
av., died today from fracture of
skull received in fight with Wil
liam Jones, negroin front of sa
ioon at Oakley av. and Fulton st.,
V '"esday night.
Police Operator Edward Hunt.
W. Chicago Av. Station, tried to
kill rat in .station. Only casual
ties were two bruised shins suf
fered by Policeman Patrick How
ley when Hunt missed the rat and
whacked Howley on the legs.
Crossed wires started fire early
today in Henrici's restaurant, 24"
W. Van Buren st Damage $50.
Mary Terwingerheld fo grand
jury on charge of drugging and
robbing Ernest Childs, rooming-house-
keeper at 640 Wells- st
Woman denied charge, but por
tion of stolen property was found
Nine passengers injured when
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ex
press crashed into Mpnon switch
engine at 21st st and Stewart av.
Injured were cut by flying glass.
QH MY NO, THIS BREAST?
WAS NOT SOOTHED.
We are now in the happy posi
tion of being able j(;o brand an an
cient and poetic statement. It is
that well known one:.
"Music hath charms' to soothe
the savage breast." .
We do not know who the poet
ical gink who perpetrated this
was. But whoever he wasf he
didn't make sure of his facts, or
else he belonged to the Ananias
Music hath not charms to
soothe the savage breast
Instead of soothing the sav
age breast, music, maketh it-even
more savage. Also, it maketh the
possessor of a savage breast call
-Everyone knows that Andy
Lawrence lately has been the
proud and unhappy possessor of
a savage Dreast
Andy's breast has been jus.t
chuck full of savagery what be
tween Judge McKinley soaking
Juxlge Owens 500 bones for. obey
ing Andy's sacred orders, and a
lot of rough and unmannerly
pressmen, stereotypers-, wagon
drivers, newsboys, mechanics
and paper carriers, who refuse to
let Andy jump on their necks.
The music arrived about noon
today, in the form of a most ex
cellent band, whfch drove up in a
wagon, and took up a position
right square in front 'of the
The band "began playing "An
nie Laurie," or some other soulful
piece of the sort
t The effect on the "savage
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