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bation year for stealing 20 ducks be
longing to Mrs. Mary Hart, 10153
Avenue J, So. Chicago. Flanagan
ordered to pay $20 for ducks.
Judge Foell granted injunction re
straining T. H. Howe from building
partition across Chinese chop stiey
kitchen, 39th st. and Cottage Grove
Lee Fun, Chinese, found not guilty
of making opium.
Raymond Jacobson, 5, 3128 N. Ash
land ay., had leg crushed by auto
truck driven by V. Kontz, 1707 S.
J. G. Michaelson, River Forest, se
riously hurt Motorcycle was struck
by auto driven by C. Peterson, 1425
N. Leamington av.
Hyde Park has exclusive burglar
who called on residents in last month.
Over $11,000 worth of loot.
Mrs. Teresa Kicker, grocer, 4656
Sheridan Road, made strong kick to
police when two men obtained $10
by short change game.
Tim Rodney, 9, Lyons, III., instant
ly killed by Burlington train at
CONVICTS REFUSE TO ADMIT
SEEING PAL DO STABBING
Joliet, III., Oct. 15. Twenty-two
convicts yesterday testified in behalf
of Frank Repetto, the Chicago con
vict, on trial in the circuit court here
for murder of Edward Masters, an
other convict, in the diningroom of
the state penitentiary a month ago.
Not one admitted seeing Repetto
stab Masters, although all were at
the table at the time of the murder.
Repetto's attorneys, however, indi
cated in their opening statements
that the killing will be admitted. They
are expected to attempt to prove that
Repetto was driven to killing Masters
because- of the tatter's demoralizing
influence over him. Both men were
serving time from Chicago for bur
glary. Dr. Haldine Cleminson, former Chi
cago physician convicted of killing
.his wife, was one of the witnesses,
PLANNED ORDER WOULD OUST
ALL OF CLYNE'S AIDS
Lack of knowledge of federal law
and a limited experience in the fed
eral courts may throw Dis't Att'y
Clyne's whole force of sixteen men
out of their jobs.
For some time district attorneys
have found it necessary to hire spe
cial assistants to prosecute cases that
require a thorough knowledge of fed
eral law, the regular assistants not
As a result of this condition, Att'y
Gen. Gregory is said to be preparing
an order requiring three years' ac
tual practice in federal courts as one
of the requirements for the job of
If inforced this rule would exclude
all of Clyne's aids.
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AT THE. TOWN HALL
"Haow did ye enjoy 'Uncle Tom'
last nig', Si?"
"Waal, I swaan, it were a good
show- There wuz two Topsys and
"An' haow many marks in the au
dience?"" o o
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