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Just when Friedman was ex
plaining what a bad, bad man he
Was, at Twenty-second and Ar
mour avenue, a hand fell on his
shoulder and an ungentle hand
searched his hip pocket, taking
therefrom a gun.
"What's the matter with you?"
"Aw, cut it out, and tell it to
the judge in the morning," said
the policeman. "You're under ar
rest for carrying concealed weap
ons." "Say, I'm an officer as well as
you," said Friedman, flashing his
"That's a deputy's star, and
doesn't give you any right to be
around her with' a gun hidden in
your pocket. Come on along,"
returned the policeman.
Friedman did not want 4;o
"come on along," but the police
man, who was a "big man, finally
persuaded him that it would be
just as well.
This morning Friedman was
brought before Judge Beitler,
who not long before had been
called on to dispose of another
Hearst thug, Edward Schaefer.
"Another one," said Beitler
pleasantly; "$25 and costs for car
rying concealed weapons."
"But judge " began Fried
man. "I know," said Beitler. "you're
a deputy sheriff and carry a star
and think you're licensed to ter
rorize the city. Well, you're not
$25 and costs."
Friedman had no money, so he
asked the court to postpone exe
cution until tomorrow, when he
expects the American to pay his
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Case of Mrs. -Rene B. Morrow,
which was to have been given to
jury today, delayed because Judge
Kersten wanted to attend funeral.
Mary V. Murphy, hello girl,
3702 Wallace s!., is to marry the
Prince di Santa Margherita of
Messina, Italy, in the fall.
Reported that nine deaths of
workmen have occurred in the
plant of the Illinois Steel Co. in
the last few days.
The truth of this report cannot
be ascertained. The company re
fuses all information, and it runs
a private hospital so no leak will
occur that way.
The police and the coroner say
jthey are .going to investigate the
report. It is to be hoped they do.
The Illinois Steel Co., which is
a branch of the trust, was cen
sured by the state factory inspec
tor no later than 1911, following
an explosion in which three men
were killed. l
The inspector said the explo-
sion and killing of the'three men
was directly due to the negligence
of the company.
The latest death in the plant
occurred yesterday. It was that:
of Nick Borevich, 8852 Strand
ave. He is said to have fallen in
to a vat pf molten steel.
Martin Schroeder, 5918 Henry
st., Austin, fined $25 for running
"blind pig" in his home.