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tion. He notifie3 Hie operator of
what had, happened. A switch en
gine was loaded with armed men
and started toward the hold-up.
The bandits were just leaving
the express car when the switch
engine, with his headlight shroud
ed, bore down on them. The rob
bers were carrying several pack
ages of bonds and several smaller
The posse opened fire. The
bandits answered with a fusilade,
but dropped their packages and
ran. They escaped, and are
thought to have fled in the direc
tion of Springfield.
Posses are scouring the country
in the vicinity, and a battle with
the hold-ups is expected hourly.
The express safe contained,
thousands of dollars.
THE YOUNGSTER WON
Policeman Henry Lundquist
arrested Mrs. L. T. Wilson in
Lincoln park for speeding. In
sisted on taking them to station.
Mr. Wilson said he was taking his
wife to Michael Reese hospital.
Henry wouldn't believe this. Mr.
Wilson kidnaped the cop and
gave orders for the chauffeur to
go to the hospital.
When they arrived the doctor
was waiting for Mrs. Wilson. All
The nurse came out later and
announced that it was "a girl and
that both mother and child were
The cop went back on his beat.
Elgin, HI. Board of Trade
iixed butter at 34 cents pound.
CUNNEA HAS HARD TIME
The petition of Wm. F. Cun
nea, Socialist candidate for state's
attorney at the November elec
tion, for a recount of the vote, is
still searching for a judge to hear
Cunnea filed his petition before
Circuit Judge Tuthill. Maclay
Hoyne, Democratic candidate de
clared elected on the face of the
returns, filed a demurrer, attack
ing the jurisdiction of the circuit
court. Judge Tuthill decided
Then Hoyne declare'd Judge
Tuthill was not the proper person
to hear the petition, as he had
worked for Lewis Riiiaker, Re
publican candidate, in the cam
paign. 'Rinaker's vote would have
to be counted with that of Hoyne
Judges Scanlan and Petit re
fused to have anything to do with
the case . The petition was then
sent to Judge Gibbons by Judge
Tuthill and now rests on his dock
er. Judge Gibbons, however, an
nounced he would not hear argu
ments on the petition.
Hoyne wants the suit heard
before County Judge Owens. If
the circuit court judges refuse to
sit on the case it will probably go
to Owens or be dropped .
Gladys Mamma, when-people
get married are they made into
Mamma Yes, dear.
Gladys Which one?
Mamma Oh, they find that
out afterwards, darling.