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house. Inmates were between 18
and 24 years.
J. Callahan and J. Duffy, own
ers of poolroom, 1508 Tell pi.,
fined $200 and costs each for run
ning gambling house.
C. Hanson, 1234 W. Adams St.,
fined $200 and costs on charge of
disorderly conduct. Fannie Holtz,
14, 1925 W. Van Buren st, said he
kept her in hiding to get money
for her return from her father.
Five boys under 17 arrested
and convicted by Juvenile Court,
Charged with stealing lead pipe
worth $500. Sentenced to work
Committee on streets and al
leys yesterday recommended the
removal of barber poles and other
obstructions from Sidewalks on
Pool and billiard hall licenses
of J. Bouras, 1833 W. Division st.,
and C. Andrews, 357 W. Division
st., revoked by mayor.
Casimar Kikaemisky, 3310 S.
Halsted St., wantspolice to find
his wife and child who disap-
S. Clark St., ex-"cocaine king" of
South Side, arrested for carrying
Three more families near
Wiieaton have been quarantined
Sarah McNally, 17, 2700 Indi
ana av., and Margaret Dolehide,
18, 5414 S. Marshfield av., ste
nographers, missing for more
than a week, were arrested at 2:30
this morning by cop who saw
them crying. Turned over to ju
Dive at 2028 S. Dearborn st
raided. Three women and two
men arrested. Eva Dennis, 26,
booked as keeper.
Dive at 108 W. 1st st. raided.
Six women arrested. Angelin
Gentila, 27, booked as keeper.
Bureau of statistics has figured
average "salary" of Chicagoan is
$1,202.55 a year, average "wage"
of Chicagoan $1.91 a day.
MAYBE IT WAS TOO COLD.
New York, Feb. 25. To oblige
the polise force, burglars should
pull off their jobs at a reasonable
hour. They may be caught, but
the department will apprecfate
the burglar's thoughtfulness.
Mrs. Frank Seton was awak
ened this morning and saw a man
climbing into the window of a
house next door. Knowing her
neighbors were not at home, Mrs.
Seton concluded the acrobatic
gent was a burglar.
She called up the nearest police
station. The officer at the other
end of the wire was much peeved
at the disturbance, and replied it
Eugene Houston, negro, 2121 Jwras very annoying to have alarms
turned in before daybreak, but
he'd see what he could do.
For an hour Mrs. Seton watch
ed her neighbor's house. She saw
the burglar climb out the window
and stroll leisurely down the
street. Fifteen minutes later a
policeman came, along.
"Where's the burglar," he de
manded. ' "Probably in Jersey City," re
plied Mrs. Seton.
The house was looted of $1,000
worth of jewelry.