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that time the case has been con
tinued exactly eight times
When Judge Fry found this
out he ordered the case to trial
immediately. Lewis" was not
pleased. He said:
"Very well. I will proceed to
trial, and as soon as a judgment
is rendered I will'stipulate to va
cate it "
It will be observed from this re
mark that Lewis does not seem to
doubt for a moment that Prinde
ville is guilty.
But, nevertheless, Lewis is go
ing to earn that $2,000 a year pit
tance of the people's money by
obliging'young Mr. Prindewlle. r
A BUNCH OF JABS
Isn't it about time Chicago
discovered some way of stopping
those "prophets" wishing them
selves on the community?
Julius Ttosenwald has contrib
uted $1,000 for the widow of the
murdered policeman, Jones, on
condition another $4,000 is raised.
And just as Rosenwald did so,
there was great activity in Sears
koebuck common stock activity
which raised the price of it.
Why work when Illinois will
permit you to open a private bank
on other people's money?
Andy Lawrence's watchers
have come to the sad conclusion
that there was fraud in the count
ing of the state's attorney bal
lots. Andy's watchers were driven to
this painful conclusion because it
has been discovered that more
votes were cast in certain pre-
cincts than there were voters reg-
The phone company now says
it cannot reduce charges because
it pays, the tremendous sum of
$100,000 a year in pensions.
Funny how agitated a company
which split a melon of $4,500,000.,
,which it collected by going
through the people's pants,, can
get about a mere matter of $100,
000. Two daily items of news:. City
administration criticizes muni
cipal judges; municipa I judges
criticize city administration.
Jack Johnson now has a work
ing knowledge of the difference
between getting into jail and get
ting out again.
"The average street corner
loafer has no regard for the law
nor the life df a policeman."
And certain "average" deputy
policemen of the newspaper trust
nave no regard for the life of a
Andy Lawrence is threatening
to "reorganize" the police force
Andy's idea of "reorganizing a
police force" is getting a police
force that will work exclusively
One gathers from the virtuous
remarks of Mike de Pike Heitler
that he must have suffered a soul
change since he involuntarily re
signed as a levee king.
One of Andy Lawrence's ideas
for "reorganizing" the police is
to nave a "secret service section,
with direct supervision of all mat-i