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for waywardness of husband, John,
now serving 25 years.
John Schwinn, 3009 Elston av.,
against whom little girls preferred se
rious charge, fined $100.
Mrs. Julia Pierce, 7518 Jeffrey av.,
59th st I. C. ticket agent, robbed of
Nero, bull setter of Harry Fabero,
39 W. Chestnut, sentenced to 15 days
in pound for biting Wm. Blinchey, 12.
Fabero charged with "sicking" dog.
Harry Burkhardt, 6, 2752 Seminary
av., dead. Auto.
Secy. Thos. Ryan, Woodlawn po
lice station, caught sparrow. Told
Janitor Thos. Rudolph it was canary
for which woman next door had
offered reward. Woman swatted Ru
dolph with broom.
Abraham Burke, 2025 Lincoln av.,
didn't have $6 to pay fine. Judge Uhllr
trusted him to get it He did. Judge
reduced cost to $1.
Arthur Brown, 30, 2751 Lincoln av.,
dead. Out of work. Used mirror to
, cut throat.
HEALEY WANTS HELP FROM CIT-H
IZENS IN VICE WAR
Chief Healey wants citizens to co
operate with him in stamping out
vice, which is returning to the once
"live" portions of the city. The first
report will be sent to the captain of
the precinct where the reports comes
from. If a second report is turned in
a special investigator will be sent out
from the chief's office to find out why
conditions have failed to improve.
Captains found shirking their duty
will be brought before the trial board,
he announced at the captain's con
- The chief failed to tell what ex
cuses the captains gave as to why
vice was flourishing in their districts.
It was less than a month ago that he
turned the department upside down
in an effort to "improve the force."
Vice squads under Gleason's regime
are now doing "detective work" in
PEACE IN THE AIR AT THE U. &
CAPITAL LOTS OF HOPE
Washington, Sept 3. Peace was
in the air here today. A few days ago
it was just barely hinted that "may
be" the concessions Germany was
making to the U. S. in the matter of
submarine warfare would open way
for further negotiations in the "right
Today many diplomats were saying
they believed tendency was in "right
direction" already and that evefnts
were moving with moderate rapidity.
It was not that a great deal had ac
tually been accomplished, but nearly
all belligerents were throwing out
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the residence districts.