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'oefore he had claimed a fouL Wil
liams had slightly the better of the
milling when the fight was stopped.
Thirty-four entries have been re
ceived for Dan O'Leary's 16-mile
walking race tomorrow, which starts
from Western and-Madison. Five and
a half miles will be walked on city
streets, the finish being in old Gaelic
park, California and 47th. Eleven
women have entered the two-mile
race to be held in. the park.
Mrs. W. J. Gavin of England and
Mrs. C. H. Vanderbeck of Philadel
phia are playing today in the finals
of the women's national golf tourney
at Onwentsia. Mrs. Gavin ousted
Miss Pearce yesterday, and Mrs. Van
derbeck was forced to go 22 holes be
fore defeating Miss Alexa Stirling in
Sunday afternoon at the Rlverview
Velodrome a cycle-race will be held.
Events consist of an Australian pur
suit race and a one-mile open point
race for the professionals and a re
pechage handicap at a half mile and
a ten-mile open, for amateurs. Races
start at 3 p. m.
JUDGE OLSON SCORES PRESENT
POLICE DEP'T SYSTEM
The custom of the police depart
ment in arresting little offenders in
wholesale fashion while hey let the
big ones get away is given a terrific
scoring by Chief Justice Harry Olson.
Lately the municipal court calen
dars have been loaded to gunwales
with cases that amount, to nothing.
It is a matter of record that 67 per
cent of the cases brought in. by the
police are discharged. A big percent
age are youths in teens who have
done nothing worse than play a boy
ish prank or girls picked up on mere
suspicion and discharged with Btigma
of arrest attached to their name.
"We will simply have to shut down
on the police in the number of un
warranted arrests," said Judge Olson,
"A police officer will ask his men
why there are not more arrests. The
men will get the arrests, well enough. 1
Is that the right spirit?
"Activity of police against petty of
fenders ha3 greatly increased. Wa
have had close to 120,000 ordinance
arrests this year, as against 30,000 a
few years ago.
"We've got the-pollce chasing petty
violators when they ought to be
catching thieves and burglars. It
takes more brains to catch a thief
than to arrest a woman because her
hatpin is sticking out too far.
"The existence of a night court
means that officers go about the
streets arresting women and not
doing much else. There is little
guarantee that it will be properly
conducted. It Is a job lot way ol
COME, BUCK UP, "MEYER-J."
By a Schootma'am
Now, "Meyer J.," come to the front
And clear away these mists.
The people all would like to know
These "great philanthropists"
Who would relieve our senators
Of worry, want and care.
It's "up to you!" Can you make good?
Disclose them, if you dare!
Oh, "Meyer J., they've "got your
They hold the trump hand now.
You'll need "that ace that's up your
And many more, I vow!
You're noted for your "nimble wit,"
Your furtive, well-trained brain,
But a woman has outwitted you,
And, take heed, she'll turn the trick
Second ward branch Socialist party
will hold Btreet meeting at 3let and
Calumet av., tonight,.- Speaker, R. H.
Cutters In the boot and shoe trade
will meet Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, 166 W. Washington, in the
campaign now being conducted by
the Boot and Shoe Workers' union
to organize workers In the industry
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