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HE TRIED ROBBING HER "BANK,"
BUT SHE FELT HIM AT IT
High finance brought a high fine
for one fellow in Judge Prindiville's
court yesterday. J. M. Goodevillie,
4317 Hazel av., had experience in sev
eral commercial lines anda great de
sire to See what there was in stock
ings came to him.
His new business paid at first. In
fact, he got $8 out of his first deal in
stockings. But then Florence Reis,
19, 3709 S. St. Louis av., complained
and he was arrested.
According to her story, he prom
ised her lots of money and a good job
in place of the one she held in a 5 and
To show his good faith, he offered
to put a bundle of bills in her bank
which happened to be one of the
stockings' she had on.
But as her story goes, his work ws
amateurish -and she caught him re
placing $8 in good money which he
found in the stocking with a bunch
of cigar coupons. He was fined $25.
THESE MOTHERS HAVE NOTHING
ON EACH OTHER
Paris, Jan. 13. Madame Voust
Debrouil of St. Hilaire has given
birth to quadruplets. She has named
them in honor of the rulers of the
four allies Raymond, for President
Poincare of France; Elizabeth, for
the queen of Belgium; Alexandra, for
the czarina of Russia, and George,
for the king of England. President
Poicare has sent his congratulations
to the mother.
Prince Albert, Sask., Jan. 13. Mrs.
Ernest A. Mathews of this city is
the mother today of three girls and
a boy, born yesterday. All four are
living and and apparently healthy.
Mrs. Mathews is 35 years' old and
these are her first children.
A. Vasey, 809 N. La Salle, knocked
down and robbed of $36 by two men
at Franklin and W Chicago av One
giving name Peter Kane, 905 Sedg
"Mo3u PriHomncli Wac cnlrt th old
Fridemush farm and gonto th' cty
ter learn stenography. It wuz bought
by th' president of a business college
who wants ter give his childen an
opportunity ter make a livinV
Bv Jim Manee
He had his skates well sharpene
Thnn railed nnon his pr.S "
And said to her: "Bring forth yo
And we will have a whirl!',''
She. said: "I'll surety do it,.,.1 '
Of skating I am fond:"
And he held her hands all evening
As they skated round the 'pond.
P. S. And they spooned by the
light of the stars she made. "Wowl
This ice is hard!"
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheaf up.
Corn and oats down. Provisions
NEW YORK STOCKS. Trading
duh tone firm.
Partly cloudy tonight and Thuwi
day; warmer tonight with lowest
temperature above the freezing
point;t colder Thursday; fresh to
strong southwest to lwes Jwind
Temperature Tuesdfiy: Highest, 35;
Entered as second-class matter April
21,19l4,at the! pbstoffjce at Chicago,
III., urtdfr th Act pf March 3, 1879.
By Ml,'Etept Iff Cfiicagb, $3 a Year
i ;pury )