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THIS' LORD -'NAMED AS
oiitirch Christmas tree and held
Christmas exercises to empty
pews. Rev. Mueller ancl his con
gregation have been engaged in
differing for some time.
DANCE ENDS IN ROW
George Newman was- fined $10
.and costs and James Hogan and
Charles Barry, $1 and costs each,
by Judge Uhler this morning,
on a charge of fighting at a dance
in Turner hall, 12th and Western,
The entertainment was given
by the wagon drivers of the Chi
cago Evening American, and
trouble developed early in the.
Detectives Parker and Feeny
of the Maxwell street station
were notified that1 two men had
been stabbed at the hall, and
were sent there to preserve or
der. The injured men were re
moved to the hospital before the
arrival of the officers, and their
.assailants were not caught.
It was 1:45 when the two de
tectives entered the-hall. Accord
ing to Parker, Newman attacked
him without provocation. -Parker
drew his billy, to subdue New
man, and then Barry joined in the
melee, grabbing Parker's club.
Feeny went to his partner'-s as
sistance, and captured Newman,
but it required four more officers
to remove Barry from the dance.
Hogan took no patt in the
fight, but abused the detectives
and threatened to "get their
jobs," and was arrested. All were
drunk, according to the officers.
London, Dec. 26.-A divorce
suit in high life; has created a stir
in society. Lieut. Col. .William
Lawsqn - second - son of Lord '
Burnham,has sued for, divorce,
His wife-is the "daughter . of Sir
Frederick'.Matrshall. Lord Hamtl
ilton of-Dalzell js'named us co-respondent.
Evidence for the -plaintiff will
a few mont'hs: ago .when she
told her husband sh'erwasgoing to
Paris for ra few days. H'e'was sus
picious aVid'liacl-He'r watched and
traced hento' the Hamilton seat in
Scotland.""" f rl7 --.' ,