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to mention it. He ever brought chairs,
for the ladies, "and behaved With true
parlor decorum, which is strange in
view of the statement of Minnie Mey
er that he had insulted defenseless
girls a few nights ago.
Wearying of the vaudeville, we left
the picket line at 7:30, and do not
know if there was any more "Tag,
you're it," or "Who's looney now?"
"But we certainly commend not the
dignity nor the decent treatment?
dealt out by the city's police force,
but the cute little tango steps of
Mike the Handsome, and the pretty
brown eyes of the brunette, and we
also think that Officer Kerker, who
had' quite a few arrests to his credit,
has a very lovely shade of red hair.
Otherwise, we know the answer to
"Who's Looney Now?" the latest
game of the city police.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Jury in Heppner perjury case out
. all night. Sealed verdict ordered.
Mrs. Edwin M. Browne has started
a fight to-regain the custody -of her
son. Charges there was a conspiracy
to effect his adoption. L. 0. Farns
worth, Glen Ellyn, has boy.
Bomb sent to Simon J. German,
3941 Fillmore st, president of the
Horseshoers' Union. Bomb exploded.
House wrecked. Mrs. German and 3-year-old
sqn imperiled. German ac
cuses Masters' Association.
State to refute testimony of de
fense in Ellis murder trial. Will have
expert testimony to prove that Ellis
John W. Worthington, head of de
funct American Banking Ass'n, rear
rested.' Federal government also
wants him for using mails to defraud.
New clew discovered in Fairman
mystery. Razor discovered near body
may solve puzzle. Inquest will be held
J. C. and J. E. Fielding-arrested at
sea. Were on way to Honolulu. Want
ed here for obtaining $4,800 from
Continental and Commercial Nation
Chief of Police Gleason has ordered
quick action and investigation on
new dive list. Places to be raided at
Verdict of coroner's Jury in death
of Mrs. Robert Perdue,. 2846 E. 91st
st., suicide. .
Ray Palmer will speak on "Street
Lighting" at the North-West Side
Commercial Association luncheon,
Thursday noon, March 5, Gersten's
Cafe, Ashland av. and Division st.
Charles and Zoe Willard, convicted
white slavers, jailed. Bonds which
were furnished by Sol Lewinsohn
valueless. Unable to furnish new
Mrs. Angeline Henley, Mrs. Anna
Werheim and Mrs. Mae Evens are
suing saloonkeepers under the dram
shop act for $10,000.
Leslie Kearney, 20, arrested. Al
leged to have confessed to 25 holdups
ranging from 10 cents to $45.
Suits for $25,000 damages filed
against Mayor Biddinger and three
commissioners of Waukegan by the
proprietors of the "Traffic." Officials
refused to allow play there.
Patrick Boland, 6414 S. Hermitage
av., flirted with Miss Anna Peterson.
Solomon Berg, 1540 Hastings st.,
stopped by three men. Lost $100.
Lodging houses at 802 and 804 S.
Racine st., opened by Italian consul,
closed. 100 "floppers" told to find
Bedroom of Mrs. Anna Bouchek
831 Rose st, entered.- $34,0 taken,
Vincent Jones, 7650 S. Union av.
stepped off C, G. W. suburban train,,
foot caught on step. Dragged sev-j
eral yards. . ',
E. W. Turner, 819 Wells st., arrest-
ed. Had been identified by two vic-j
tims as hold-up man.
Mrs. Louise S. Van Keuron and(
George Penrose will be placed on.