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way of the bout, chief of which
are a few indictments for viola
tions of the Mann act against the
(Note. The Sporting Editor
kicked on having this with Jack
Johnson's name in in his sport
A sheriff took Johnson's auto
yesterday on a judgment. About
all Jack has left is his liberty and
his white wife. Liberty is sweet.
Pat Manning, 52, 936 Orleans
St., seriously injured by fall from
Miss Alice Eversman, of Chi
cago Grand Opera Co., is at St.
Luke's hospital threatened with
Mrs. Wilhelmina Kopp, with
head in bandages, told judge how
her husband had beat her with
axe while walking in his sleep.
Kopp held to grand jury on $2,
000 bonds pending insanity hear
ing. Ben Sabatino, 35, 1841 Milwau
kee av., arrested charged with
violating Mann white slave act.
Held on $5,000 bonds. Alleged
to have sold Mary Gordon to dive
at Gary, Ind., 2 years ago. She
Wal. Tawlak, 14, 2616 W. 23rd
pi., arrested dressed as cowboy.
Had gun and belt with 50 bullets
in it. Juvenile court.
A. B. Perrigo is suing Dr. J. B.
Murphy for $200 damages to his
auto when his and Murphy's col
lided. Sam Breakstone, 1427 Clifton
Park av., arrested for speeding.
Intakes of city water works at
Waukegan are clogged up.
School closed for one day. Re
lief came when ice went out in
Albert Olson, 24, 4105 N. 52nd
av., fined $100 and costs for mash
ing. o o
IT WAS FATAL
"I can't keep the visitors from
coming up," sighed the office boy
dejectedly to the editor. "When
I say you're out they don't be
lieve me. They insist that they
must see you right away."
"Well," said the editor, "just
tell them that's what they all say.
I don't care if you get rude with
them give 'enr anything. I must
have quiet at any cost."
That afternoon there called at
the office a rather important look
ing lady. She wanted to see the
editor, but the boy assured her
that was impossible.
"But I must see him!'' she pro
tested. "I'm his wife!"
"That's what they all say!"
retorted the boy, as he slammed
As I passed the office yesterday
morning I noticed a little sign
outside with the words, "Boy
A bird with hands, known as
the hoatzin, is found in British
Guinea. The nest is built in a tree
overhanging water and the young
birds, which are active from
birth, can both swim and climb.
In its early stages this bird has a
wing-claw which disappears as
the feathers develop.