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but he turned and went back to the
bride, forcing a smile to his face.
"Was someone hurt?" said the
bride, her face full of concern.
"No, dear a man got knocked
down that's all. They he picked
himself up and walked away with a
silly smile, and everybody is 1-1-laugh-ing
THE REGULAR CLEAN-UP
Chicago is now passing through its
regular fall-cleaning' stage. Clean
ups were made-in every part of town
Saturday night and Sunday and
there is promise of several more
Many fine fish were caught in the
net including Mike de Pike Heitler
and Louie Levine.
The following raids were made in
the Cottage Grove avenue district:
Pearl Morton's dive at 2249 Wa
bash av. Three couples taken out
Velma McNeill's flat, 2512 Wabash
av. Two women and three men.
Dive on second floor of 2901 Dear
born st. Two negres'ses and negro.
Norah Leitch's buffet flat, 2225
Cottage Grove av. Two women and
The 22d street station police made
the following hauls:
2133 S. Clark st. Three women
and three men.
Second floor of 2101 Archer av.
Two women and Chinaman arrested.
In a raid on the cafe- of Harry
Frisch at 1105 S. Halsted st, several
of the well-known characters of the
West Side during the old days were
The list of names will recall the
trial of Former Inspector" McGann.
Mike de Pike, his brother, Dutch
Heitler, Lo'uie Levine, Jake Levine
and Mox Pollock all were there. It
is said that "Monkey Face Charley"
was also in the place, but made his
exit by way of a friendly window.
The men were booked as disorderly.
In the Desplaines st. district Sergt.
Dan Cahill led a raid on the Silver
Moon saloon, Madison and JPeoria
sts. Eight men arrested. The same
squad under Cahill took 15 men put
of 14 N. Carpenter st
BLOOD ON TRAIN PILOT TELLS
OF KILLING TRAGEDY
North Judson, Ind., Nov. 10, The
finding of blood on the pilot of an
Erie train was' the first intimation the
crew had of the tragedy enacted
when Henry Brenlein, 41, a farmer,
deafened "by the roar of the gale,
drove upon the Erie tracks unaware
of his danger. Brenlein and his son
Otto, 10, were killed, and Mrs. Bren
lein Is dying. Their three-months'-old
baby may recover.
The loqal dispatcher here received
a telegram from the train crew stat
ing they had found blood spattered
over the pilot and asking him to look
He hurried up the track and found
Brenlein and his son, Otto, dead 100
yards from the crossing. Mrs. Bren
lein, blood-covered, was sitting be
side the track hysterically weepihg
over the unconscious form of her
AH, YES SHE WILL!
Mrs. Cackle What a ridiculous
giddy creature that young Miss Pul
Mrs. Leghorn Oh, she's young
yet. Wantlll she has known the sor
row of sitting for three weeks on a
china, egg and t?o doorknobs; she'll
sober down then.