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-JOURNAL DRIVER FINED
Joseph Reeves, driver of a Jour
nal motor truck, was fined $5 and
costs by Judge Going today for
holding up 30 street cars on Wa
Reeves refused to get off the
street car tracks with his truck.
There was plenty of room for hint
to do so. Seemingly he just kepf
on the tracks to show his don
tempt of the car crews. -
After-all, it didn't cost Reeve?
anything. His fine was paid by-
Robert Aschei circulation man"
and court fixer for the Journal;
CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Joseph Ryan, 7, 2658 W. Ful
ton St., struck by auto of Bunge
Bros. Coal Co., 1646 W. Lake St.,
head and body bruised. W. P.
Burkhardt, 3403 W.. Monroe St.,
driyer of the auto, took him to
hospitaj. Burkhardt not arrested.
Frank Nitzel, 18, 325 S. Loomis
St., who snatched handbag from
Miss Emily Janak, 2420 S. Cen
tral ave held to grand jury.
Anthony Posent, 17, 36 W.
Taylor st., and Patsey Grant, 20,
736 S. State st., who were found
in kitchen of Mrs. Rose Grandilla,
771 rForqUer st, with thieves
tools, held for grand larceny. $2,
. John Casey, arrested in room
412 Imperial bldg, 322 S. Clark
st., where he was found " taking;
bets oh horse, races over phone.t
Five men found playing poker
in saloon of August Hilk, 606 N.
dark st. Arrested. o
Four revolver shots ended nine;
lives of a black cat believed to
have been afflicted with hydro-;
phobia in rear of 1209 W. Madi
son st., where it took refuge after
jumping at several pedestrians.
Hermari K!erl, John Sabey
Charles Olsen and John Good-
wich, waiter in Perfector restau-s
rant, Randolph st. and Washing
ton ave., arrested charged withl
assault and battery, by H. EU,
Gordon, 808 Oakwood blvd.,
rnedical student at U. of C. '
Waiters say thta. Gordon beE
came disorderly and threatened
two of them. . 1
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