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So also are eight other resorts
wide open in one llock in the
levee district, which State's At
torney John E. W. Wayman tells
us is closed.
Nick Colisimo's cafe at 101 W.
21st st, is wide open today.
Even before noon there were a
full dozen women sitting in a
room back of the bar. All of them
were drinking. Several openly so
Colisimo was seen today. He
denied all knowledge of Guiseppo
Anato, or Rose Rossi, and care
lessly dismissed the tale of mur
der. In the one block between 21st
and 22d street on Armour-avenue
in the "closed levee" district eight
houses were wide open, and at
three of them women appeared in
the doors soliciting men passing
on the street
Hundreds of witnesses are to
be summoned in the Jack John
son white slaving case. Many will
appear before the federal grand
The jury has summoned Perry
S. Bauer, son of the wealthy head
of the Bauer & Black Drug Com
pany, and well known in South
Side society. Bauer is said to
have introduced, the Cameron
tgirl to Johnson.
Lucille Cameron and hermoth-
er are occupying the same cell at
Rockford, IT1. The mother says
the girl will testify against the
negro vhen the time comes.
' o o -' '
The scabbards worn by Russian
soldiers are made of aper mache.
MERCY! ANOTHER WAR
New York, Oct. 26. Aar,
feminine war, has broken ouj: in
the ranks of the fair suffragettes
of New York.
The war was caused by the
great question of how much pie
is five cents' worth, and it began
in the . anti-high-cost-of-living
lunch room established by Mrs.
O. H. P. Belmont for working
Mrs. Belmont, who, when she
isn't suffragetting, is a sassiety
leader, also is one of the princi
pals in the war. The other prin
cipal is Mme. Alice Clancy, dress
maker, alias modiste, of 467 Fifth
Mme. Clancy says she was
bounced out of the a-h-c-o-1
lunch room by Mrs. Belmont.
Mrs. Belmont snorts with in
dignation, and says Mme. Claji
cy was nothing of the sort.
Mrs. Mary Morgan, manager
ess of the lunch ropm, turns up
her nose, and says ' that Mme.
Clancy is "one of those women,
Magistrate MUrphy "will have
the pleasure or misfortune, just
as yon like to lopk at it of um
piring the war Monday morning.
It seems that there was trou
ble oyer Mme. Clancy' ,pie. She
got two slices of the real, a-la-mode
stuff, and then presented
the waitress with five cents.
This the waitress haughtily de
clined, saying that two silces of
pie especially two slices of a-la-mode
pie cost ten cents in the
Mme. Clancy, took objection to