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! escape, but Sacco and Mariano beat
Her into submission. She was finally
placed in eJnnle Durno's resort.
She averaged $80 a week. Half of
this was brought to Sacco in Colo
simo's cafe. The other $40 went to
Mariano until he went away two
months later. Then Sacco got all the
In the meanwhile her brother,
Michele, got on her trail. 'He met,a
man named Nicola Liquori who offer
ed to tell the whereabouts of the girl
for $100. The money was paid. The
girl returned to "New York. And then
the story came odt,
FUNKHOUSER NOT A COP
The police commanders of Chicago
haye finally decided that Major Funk
houser is not, nor never was, a police
man. But the police seem rather slow at
arriving at that verdict. The common
people of Chicago who do not sport
stars guessed that a long time ago,
. The police gave out their opinion
in organizing "The Commanding Of
ficers' Club of the Police Department
of Chicago." Every member or the
police force above the rank of ser
geant to Chief Gleason was asked to
join. That is everybody except Punk
houser. When asked why he was left out
the officials look as innocent as a cop
can and inform you that "Major
Funkhouser is not a policeman, he's
the civilian deputy."
WHAT'S YOUR HURRY?
When Mary had a little lamb,
Whose fleas were white as snow,
Each time she rubbed on turpentine
The lamb was sure to go.
During a heavy storm in Keola,
Col., a farmer lost his hat, and some
time later received it by parcel post
from a man in Sidney, Neb., which is
forty miles away, in a straight line.
The latter had found the hat on his
farm and discovered the address of
Its owner inside, .
.BITS OF NEWS-
Parelious Rise, Garden City Hotel,
418 Sherman av., overcome by gas.
Mahoney vote fraud case gone to
jury. Prison term asked by prosecu
tion. Charges of contempt against
school board continued.
Quality of gas has improved since
city's tests showed violation of ordi
Two wives claim estate of Fred
erick J. Boselly, late president of
Royal Baking Co.
Miss Mae Norberg struck by live
wire at Ashland av. and Division st.
War on gun toting ordered by
State's Attorney Hoyne. Maximurt
charge to be pressed in all arrests.
"So Jessie is going to marry ,a
young oculist? Is he wealthy9"
"Not now, but there's some money
in sight for him "