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toorhood. They appeared before
Judge Williams and begged fqr a
reprieve, got it, and led "Jack"
out of court with whoops of joy.
Wm. Hightower lived just long
enough to swear that his pal,
John Collins, shot and killed "VVm.
Gloor, north -side saloonkeeper.
'A few rfours after, Hightower
died of consumption in the coun
Temperance burglare broke in
to four North Side saloons, stole
$88 from safes and cash drawers
and never touched liquor or ci
gars. Harry G. Gordon, 200 N. Park
av., Austin, arrested on charge of
Mrs. Lillian Elsing, 16 N. Hpyne
av. Says he attempted to attack
Burglar entered offices of
Whiteside & Wentworth, 8 S.
Dearborn St., broke open safe and
got away with $3,000.
Ballard Dunn, finding that the
Democratic party -has no use for
him, has joined the Progressive
Albert Frazier, 225 Ada st,
fined $25 by Judge Going for
snatching nonunion newspaper
from hands of H. Gilbertson,
1305 W. Erie st.
Michael Tawlowski,' 4846 .S.
Hermitage av.,- sentenced to 6
months in Bridewell' for striking
his 62-yea-old father.
Miss Maude Wilson, 532 E.
SSth'st., fined $55 by Judge Going
for carrying loaded revolver.
Considering the inefficiency of
the police in some parts of the
city, it seems strange to punish a
.woman for carrying a revolver
for her own protection!
The executive council of the
International T y p o g r aphical .
Union says The Day Book told
lies about their president, James
The Day Book was not aware
that it had done President Lynch
the honor oft .paying so much at
tention to him.
All we remember saying is that
we didn't think much of Lynch
for working to prevent the local
typographical union from walk
ing out in cqmpany with their,
union brothers, the stereotypers,
drivers, newsboys and pressmen.
This was just the way we felt
about it. And if it's any comfort
to Lynch," we still feel the same
way about it.
Rev. Edward A. Kowaleski,
St. Mary's Magdalena church,
8412 Marquette aye., found pack
age containing $290 on doorstep
of his parish house.
Walter Harris was shot and
killed by Frank McElroy, 7318
Aberdeen St., at 43rd and Emer
ald ave. Old quarrel. Both men
were employes of Independent
A gentleman, touring in the
west of Ireland and being caught
in a storm, took shelter in a dilap
idated thatched cottage. Noticing
a large hole in the thatch through
which the rain poured he asked,
his host the reason of its not be
ing repaired. "Sure, now," said
tlie Irishman, "whin it's rainin'
Oi can't do it, and whin it's foine
it doesn't want doin', so Oi lave