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of Mrs. Z. D. Mills, Water Valley,
Miss. Charges her with trying to
induce her to enter life of shame.
Joseph Lipski, 1874 N. Hoyne
av., and John Monika, 1921 Her
vey st., wife beaters, fined $200
and costs each. '
Former Judge W. M. McEwen
of Superior Court will address
members of Men's League of
Sunday Evening Club at its room
in City Club tonight.
"Johnny" Washburn, 4, 1339
Maple av., was bad boy. Mother
locked him in closet. Found cigar
and matches in father's suit. Ac
cidentally started fire. Unhurt.
J. Q. Grant, 3618 Forest av.,
died yesterday from in-jury re
ceived two years ago when a high
wayman hit him over the heart.
Forty gamblers arrested late
yesterday in three raids on North
Joliet voters defeated the pro
posed commission form of mu
nicipal government, 2,804 to
Twenty-two drivers and own
ers of autos arrested yesterday
for violation of auto ordinances.
N. Quirk, old "loop" cop, will
resign Feb. 1. Been member of
department 23 years.
Bert Harris, negro, 728 W.
12th pi., arrested after stabbing
and seriously wounding his wife.
Prince Lazarovitch, Servia,
talked on the Balkan situation
last night before the 20th Century
Club at Fine Arts building.
T. J. Riley, 5 N. Clark st., and
Herman. Uhelhorn. 832 W. Lake
St., had their saloon licenses re
voked. Charged that handbook
was run in Riley's place, and man
ager of the Uhelhorn place is
charged with robbery.
Liquor license of Louis Yonni,
1133 W. Taylor st., revoked be-
cause he sold liquor in quantities
less than a gallon.
Henry Palcow, 65, inmate o
Old People's Home, Arlington,
111., killed by C. & N. W. train.
R. R. Kennedy, 6020 Princeton
av., clerk in bureau of compensa
tion, suspended. Charged with
.keeping part of money that
should have been turned over-to
THE BEST DREAM
An Irishman and a Scotchman
were traveling across a Western
prairie. It happened that one af
ternoon they shot a single quail,
which would serve for breakfast
for one of them on the following
morning. Knowing that the bird
was not enough for the two, they
agreed that it should be eaten by
the one who should have the best
dream during the night.
When they awoke early in the
morning the Irishman said to the
"A'n phwat did you dr-ream,
"Well," answered the Scot, "I ffli
dreamed I saw a beautiful basket
descend from Heaven, and then I
got into it and was borne up to
"And I dr-reamed," said the
Irishman, "that I saw you goin'
up, an' thought you wouldn't
come back, an' so I got up and ate.
the quail !"