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to defraud government by selling col
ored oleo, set for Feb. 24.
Edward Levinson tried to escape
from Judge Fake's court. Lost nerve.
Fined $200. Sent to Bridewell.
Alderman J. A. "Swift arrested. No
license on auto. Dicharged.
Women inmates of dives to be
given 45 months in Bridewell and no
option of fine, according to Chief
Gleason. To be charged with va
grancy. Michael Sage, 63, wants to spend
Christmas in jail. Too old to work.
Tried to break into Fred Arndt's
home, 4430 Shields av.
John Farrell, charged with con
tempt by Judge McGoorty. Detained
sister's child against father's will.
John Kachiabos, 2914 Prairie av.,
arraigned on arson charge. Said to
have fired music store at 2937 S.
State st. Hearing continued to Jan. 8.
Peter Van Vlissingen appointed
editor of Prison Post. Is serving term
for forgery in Joliet.
Home of Lucas R. Williams, 455
Wrightwood av., entered. $4,500 in
jewels gone. Joseph Eiser, house
Mrs. Francis Nudera and 7 men, 2
car inspectors and 3 special police
men, arrested. Said to have taken
$3,080 worth of freight from Chicago
Home of Ceo. E. Haskell, 1025 Hol
lywood av., burglarized. $2,500 worth
of loot taken.
Mrs. Maud Schwab, daughter of
Nelson Morris, wants divorce. De
sertion. Frank Carthy, 8 W. 22d st., and
John Murphy, 2012 S. Michigan av.,
arrested after pistol battle. Tried to
rob Wolfson's saloon, 2036 S. Wa
Armed man entered A. J. Jonson's
grocery, 2042 W. Lake st, locked
clerk in room, rifled register of $30.
A. J. Strongin, 919 S. Lafln St.,
beaten by 2 young men. Lost $30.
Extra deputy sheriffs rushed to
Judge Walker's courtroom. Plot al
leged to liberate John O'Domiell,
charged with murder of Philip Sullf
Mrs. E. M. Potter, 5119 Prairie av.,
lost purse and 2. gold watches. Pick
pockets. Mrs. Alice Sing, accused of murder
ing Chinese husband, acquitted. State
unexpectedly closed prosecution. No
evidence involving woman.
Vice-President Marshall to receive
$300 a lecture on tour through Mid
Jury of Harold F. Schneider com
pleted. Prosecution will show that
he rehearsed plans to kill Logue
week before the murder.
One hundred new cars to be
bought by Chicago City Railway.
Will T. Davies, jailer, county jail,
to appear in court Jan. 3. Said to
have confined Mamie Cusac and
Chas. Papalorum in same rbom. Girl
accuses Papalorum of being father
"John," said a gentleman, annoy
ed by his chauffeur's habit of whist
ling, "you should remember that tar
tunes nowadays are made from the
by-products of waste. When you
whistle in future whistle into the tires
and save the expense of a pump!"
Gorst What is Simpson doing
now? Fish Oh, he's traveling with
a menagerie. Gorst Pretty hard
work, isn't it? Fish Hard -work?
No; he's nothing to do except stick
his head into a lion's mouth twice a
"It is possible for a man to really
earn a million dollars in a lifetife of
35 years," says Bryan. What's the
Tariff reform, currency reform,
woman suffrage and national pro
hibition well, Woodrow Wilson will
not have much trouble keeping busy.
"He knows all the best people in
town." "Why doesn't he associate
with them, then?" "They know him!