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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1912, Image 25',
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knife, also furnished by the prop
- And so forth most exquisitely
amusing. Arthur Shaw plays the
property man to perfection, and
Signor Perugini, who used to be
a noted singer, and who was also,
one of Lillian Russell's earliest
husbarfds, is excellent in the ex
planatory part The whole cast'
has achieved just the right touchy
'half way between dignity and
burlesque. ' '
HERE'S A GOOD STUNT r
Windows must be washed in
' the winter as well as in 'die sum
mer, and there is nothing .quite so'
chilling as the water that runs'
down from the,
window b r ush
when the outside;
of the panes- is be
ing washed in the
Secure a disk of leather cut'
'from the sole oian olcf shoe, or a-
'piece of rubber from a tire casing,
'or anything that is stiff enough to1
, stand out from the bropmhandlcj
Make a hole in disk that wiUneri
mit It to fit tightly around the
broonihandle and slide it up to a
. point about 10 or 12 inches from!
H;e brush. This will deflect thej
"water ana keep' the remainder ofj
'the handle dry.
J Columbus O. RQdney Dei'gel,;
.'former senate sergeaht-at-arms j
'Senators Andrews, Huffman and,
' Long accused of having accepted!
$200 each from Detective Frank
Harrison Smiley for voting for
vBill 256 April, 191L
A MASTER CROOK WHO
TOOK THINGS EASY
Chicago lias a master crook,
who rivals the ones offered by;
our best writers of popular fiction.
. .Seven officers with drawn guns
broke open the doors of a cottage,
at 1140 West Fulton street to-
day and 'pulled nine people, in
cluding two women.
They were taken to the Des
plaines street police station, to
gether with'$3,000 worth of loot,
most of which has been identified
by Dr. J. V, Stevens, 100 Loomis
street, as that stolen from his
Tibme last' night.
The leader of this gang of bur-
glars has hot been identified, nor
found. ' Though hfe got a goodly
portion of the spoils, he never as
sociated with the "workers." His
specialty was looking for "jobs
At the station one of the pris
oners with a sense of humor told
a serious sergeant that Tie was
"Handsome"vJack Koetters. For?
just a minute there was excite-
. He was booked . as John Doe
together with Hugh .Nesbitt
Harry Baker, Thomas Buckley,
Tom Harvey, Ed' Martin, Jamesj
Daily, Alice Harvey, said to be
tne wife'of Tom, and Miss Rose)
RadoyJ- First three are known
to have prison records.
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Boston. Boston & Maine Ry
employes ordered to stop shew
ing gum, wearing flashy neckties
and talking to women passengers.
Battle Creek, Mich. Castila
LamD Co. discharged entire forcq