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out and brought in a number of
hangers-on at a nearby livery
"The highbrows," the consta
ble explained, "are all out of town
Judge, and them's the best I could
And at that, the livery stable
hangers-on probably are just as
intelligent and just as apprecia
tive of justice as most of the high
Thbs. B. Barber, 77, 4428 Evans
ave., run down and killed by auto
driven by Harry Corbin, 4712
Calumet ave, Corbin arrested,
but released on own recognizance.
Mrs. Christiana Anderson, 5654
Princeton ave., dead of injuries
inflicted by uto driven by Wal
fred Erickson, 6521 Lincoln ave.
Mrs. Marie Douglas, 123 E.
Ohio-st, has: sued Chicago Rail
ways Co. for $1,000 because con
ductor Bounced her dog Billie
Col. Roosevelt has sent tele
gram to Jane Addams thanking
her for her .support of the new
F. L. Roach, son of president of
Chicago Railways Co., may not
be able to play golf well, but he
can break noses with a golf club.
Roach was playing or trying
to play on the Evanston links.
Swung at ball. Missed. "Hit Joe
Bayle, caddie on nose. - .
Bayle was taken to St. Francis
hospital, where it was found his
nose, was broken. Will have to
It is ta be hoped young-Roach
yfui not ireat .tsayie tne way ms
father's company treats victim? of
Ifs so long since anyone got
their just damages for injury or
suffering caused by a street car
accident that lots of people haVe
forgotten that such a thing is
right and proper.
Nathelia Mauzy, "16, says she
Was locked in National theater,
W. 63rd st. and Halsted, and mis-'
treated by two theater employes
while third stood guard at door.
Louis Werner, 17, 1738 W. 12th
st.r Louis McerS, 718 Englewood
ave., and J. B. Haydert, 7038 S.
Sangamon st., arrested on girl's
The Mauzy girl seems to be of
feeble mind. Judge Rooney says
the case is one of the worst he
ever heard of, and has promised
Mrs Martha Vogler, 2018
Greenwich st, wants divorce to
save hef husband $1.50 he spent
for marriage license to other "
Woman, Thought he was di
vorced at time.
Twenty public drinking foun
tains the bubbly kind to be
placed on convenient corners in
rnnveniences be out over on the
West Side? The people here get
just as thirsty as the loop crowds.
Uniet or Jrouce ivic weeny or
ganized a little prize fight raid
As a result, 100 men and two
6-year-old twins are under arrestf
and one man is shot in one hand
and one cheek.
Prize fight Was pulled off in ink.