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Cabe Memorial Methodist Episcopal
Church Hyde Park, praised workof
O'Hara vice commission.
Burglars carted away $600 worth
of jewels from home of Mrs. T. P.
MacKeown, 3635 Michigan av.
"Walter Anderson, 19, prisoner at
Bridewell, pardoned by Gov. Dunne
at he might go west and fight bad
case of tuberculosis.
.Police searching for James
Smythe, who escaped from Dunning
asylum Saturday night
Managers of small theaters in Chi
cago have agreed to clamp lid on
HE'S IN AGAIN THIS TIME AS
"KEYHOLE" WILLIAMS SLEUTH
The 'Rev. Miner L. Williams, who'
-used to be known as a fighting par
sqn, wen sleuthing yesterday.
. Win. order to sleuth in the most ap
proved by our best sleuth novelists
-gleuth manner, the Rev. Williams
(;Th.en he sleuthed over near the
Empress Hotel, 811 North Clark
- The proprietor of this hotel, Harry
Jennings, already has two libel suits
against the Rev. Williams for false
arrest and defamation of character.
5 -Wpliams, after two separate
sleuthing trips, had Jennings arrest
.ed fpr running a disorderly house on
two separate occasions.
( 'On each occasion, Jennings was
cleared of the charge by a jury, and
soj" by way of getting satisfaction,
Jennings filed two libel suits, each for
$10)000, agajnst Williams.
,-But we are leaving' Williams and
his;sleuthing of yesterday.
He had not been sleuthing long be
forej&e saw a man and a woman ap-pi-oach
and enter the Empress HoteL
"Aha! Very likely they are not
married. That is always the cases
in such cases. I shall follow them
. So he sleuthed gently into the Em
press Hotel to the rearward of the ,
man and woman, saw them go to a
room and then applied one eye to the
keyhole of said room, through which
he could not see at all.
He was in this position when Mr.
Harry Jennings came upon him, and
somehow or other the Rev. Williams'
disguise did not work. Jennings saw
Also, he made a few pointed re
marks about gentlemen who peeped
through keyholes in other people's
houses, and added that the Rev. Mr.
Williams, disguise and all, had one
minute to beat it
Mr. Jennings lightly toyed with an
axe, as he made the last few remarks,
and the Rev. Williams stood not upon
the order of his going none what
soever. Outside, he discovered two Chi
cago avenue policemen. He dragged
them back to the hotel and caused
them to arrest the man and woman-
At the police station the man gave,
his name as Charles Black, 2247 Cot
tage Grove avenue, and the woman
gave a different surname.
The Rev. Williams beamed in
Winnipeg, Man. Reported fire fn
shaft of War Eagle mine at Rossland
Shaft house destroyed. Lives lost not
Louisville, Ky. Standard Oil Co.
of Kentucky declared dividend of $5
a share today. First dividend since
Boston, Mass. Violence followed
strike by several hundred barbers and
bootblacks. Strikers stoned shops
still doing business. Nine arrested
London. Sir Henry Curtis Ben
nett, metropolitan police magistrate
in Bow street court since 1908,
David D. Weiss, tailoring business
in Postal Telegraph BIdg., sentenced
to six months in jail for non-payment
of alimony to divorced wife,
Mrs. Dolly Weiss,
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