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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1913, Image 12',
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his fellow-Chicagoan, Tommy Shee
han, in ten rounds at $uperior, Wis.
Kelly was the aggressor.
The Lincoln Park Boat Club will
holds its annuabcanbe regatta Satur
day. Canoes will Tie-the only craft
the Giants won an exhibition game
from Toronto, 10 to 3. Jim Thorpe
clouted a home run.
A five-day wrestling tournament,
in which some of the stars of he
mat game are billed to compete, will
open at Forest Park tonight. All
matches will be to a finish, best two
in three falls. The two main bouts
for tonight are between the "Mysteri
ous Conductor" and Emil Gomaz, and
Bob Monagoff and Doc Holler.
At an intimate family gathering
one evening; old chap, the young ladjr
of the family persisted in uttering
such crass colloquialisms as "What
d'ye mean, yuh lost your dog?" and
'I should worry." At length her
mother, incensed by her constant use
of slangy remarks, chided her in this
"Hi, Myrtle, what do you think this
is, a pool parlor or a fight camp?
How many times have I put the bee
on you for spilling that rough-neck
chatter?' Can it, I say! Outside with
that crude stuff! If you can't peddle
regular English, why don't you put
a padlock on your trap? I'm tired
of fiearjng this bum Choctaw passed
off as real language and the next
time you begin mewing slang around
this joint you're going to get crip
pled! Got me, kid?"
. My word!
POLICE GRAB THREE MEN AND
A WEST SIDE PENCE
A valuable "plant" or fence for
Btolen property was located and the
gang of thieves responsible for the
loot arrested last night in a barn on
the West Side.
Captain Halpin of the Detective
Bureau received a tip that there was
a fence near Desplaines and 12th
streets. Five detectives went out.
They maneuvered about until they
heard a man-whistle three times and
turn into an alley on Desplaines
street, between Bunker and 12th.
He stopped at the barn. They
went in and held him. Later two
more men came. They were all
taken to the station together with
three wagon loads of stolen goods
,that is valued atWer $10,000.
: 'They areJYank Klein, 631 O'Brien
street; ffyman Goldberg, 1131 S. Mo
zart street, and Louis Shaffner,
whose address was not obtained.
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SAYS SULLIVAN. WOULD HAVE A
"If Roger Sullivan wants the Dem
ocratic nomination for United States
senator he'U have practically a clear"
field." This is the concensus of
opinion given by prominent Demo
It is almost certain that Lt.-Gov.-O'Hara,
Fred J. Kern and Congress
man L. B. Stringer, all of whom have
been mentioned, will step down in'
favor of the big boss.
The only candidatedt present an
nounced, who may not withdraw in,
his favor is State Senator W. Duff'
Piercy, Mount Vernon, a Dunne man.
There is not much chance of the-Hearst-Harrison
wing entering a
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