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"Immediately," she said. 'Til
have them here by next week, and
then I am going to make my
home here." ,
"Supposing Barney Flood isn't
through with you yet," suggested
the reporter. 'Supposing Flood
finds some way to have you ar
rested again despite Judge Foell's
decision? Where will you go
"To hell," she said.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Paul Garzo, Jr., 16, found guil
ty of manslaughter. Shot father
last February. Sentenced to
fromone year to life in prison.
Safe blowers blew safe of J. A.
Albert's furniture store, 1355
Milwaukee av. Escaped with
Joseph Wilde, 22, Central hotel,
444 S. State st., arrested' as auto
Thomas Schroeder, 18, of
Louisville, found Hiding in gro
cery oLG. & B. Stillermarf, 4606
Wentworth av. Arrested charg
ed with theft.
Two men arrested charged
Tvith stealing three cases of shoes
worth $500 from Merchants'
Four men arrested in Engle
wood on suspicion of being bur
glars. Three of them escaped
from the Englewood jail by pick
ing the lock. One was recaptured.
. R. E. Kenyon, 4818 Madison
av., is new superintendent public
v Three-months-old girl found
on doorstep, of A. E. Poland, 6547
Monroe av. Taken to St. Vin
cent's infant asylum.
- "Have all the fun you want,
but don't get gay." Chief-McWeeny's
warning for New Year's
P. F. McCarthy, former bank
er, is made defendant in suit for
$l-,000 filed by Mrs. Emma Swift
Suit is to recover money she de
posited in bank before it failed.
'Handsome cane given to Gov.
elect Dunne as' a Christmas pres
ent from several of his Chinese
Unidentified man found dead
with bullet wound in his right
temple in cornfield near Wheat
on. Believed suicide. Police in
vestigating. Wm. J. Hackett, watchman,
who was shot and then accused
his stepson, died at People's
Hospital. John Dungan, stepson,
still under arrest.
Policeman J. J. Murphy severe
ly injured when Chicago av. car
stopped with a jerk, throwing
Raymond Kukac, 4, 2142 S.
Marshall blvd., bitten by dogJ
Dog locked up.
Margaret Houghton, 6, kid
napped from Evanston, is in Chi
cago, according to police. Be
lieved with her father.
Fire destroyed several packing
boxes filled with rugs belonging
to Harman Furniture Co., at S.
LaSalle st. and Chicago Junction
Auto of S. E. Loeb chased and y