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rThe rest each got $4 and costs.
Other 18 were rounded up in
basement under A. Von Lippin's
saloon, 2058 W. Division street.
Harry Robertson, 110 Ann st,
keeper, fined $50 and costs.
.Others, $4 and costs.
COUPLE GET LIFE TERM
Judge Going, on the bench at
Clark street court, varied the
monotony of "$10 and costs" with
a life sentence this morning. The
recipients asked for the long
They were John J. Walsh and
Anna jNagel, both of whom are
from New York. They wanted
to be married. Court was ad
journed while the judge retired to
his chambers to tie the knot.
"Walsh has been working as a
bookkeeper in Chicago for three
months. Miss Nagel came from
New York a week ago to visit
her aunt, Mrs. La Jourie, 1457 E.
55th street. She and Yoipg
Walsh had planned the marriage
for months. '
According to attaches of the
court, it was the first marriage
celebrated in the second precinct
station since it moved into the
new building on Clark street.
After performing the marriage
ceremony Judge Going returned
to the bench and find a wife
AGED WQMAN DRUGGED.
According to a report at the
Polk street station this morning,
a woman about 50 years old was
drugged and robbed of a sum of
money by two Pullman porters
on a Grand Trunk train which ar
rived in Chicago from Montreal
Station Agent Carroll denied
the woman was drugged, but ad
mitted a woman was taken from
the train in an intoxicated condi
tion. In the matron's room,
where it'was said the woman was
being kept, all inquiries were re
ferred to Station Agent Carroll.
$5,000 GOES UP IN SMOKE
Were you one of the many loop
shoppers today who were won
dering what the funny odor was?
If you were, you know what
an odor about $5,000 worth of
opium makes. Ninety-eight boxes,
valued at that amount and sold
for about $200,000, were' burned
in the furnace of the Federal
bldg., this morning.
The boxes containing the
opium came to this country as
boxes of tea, sacks of rice and
other receptacles. It has all been
confiscated by federal authorities.
WOMAN SHOOTS LAWYER.
New York, Aug. 19. District
Attorney .Alfred C. Fachs of the
borough of Richmond, Staten
Island, was shot and seriously,
wounded by Mrs. Elizabeth Ed
munds as he entered his office to
Mrs. Edmunds was arrested.
She said she was the wife of a
New York physician, that'she had
retained Fachs as counsel in a
property dispute and did .not like
the way he had handled the case.