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i ft' i iilQfft than $1,200. Since I have been practicing I have acquired'' a com fortable, seven-room bungalow, a garden and chickens. "As women are gainjng more po litical power," continued the woman who has the state of Illinois for a cli ent, "the law rather than medicine or teaching is attracting women. y "We used to be told the 'legal mind' was a man monopoly. Women seem to be proving there are no mo nopolies in the professions." o o ALL CLEAR"ON."GOLD COAST" MONDAY SERVANTS WATCH xMany 'policemen, several Keystone comedy cops and an army of serv ants are lying in wait along the Lake Shore drive fearful of another visit from "the "closing hour bandits." "Strange to say, not even a single hairpin was stolen on the "gold coast" yesterday. - Meanwhile Cap Russell is busy finger-printing every crook to whom he has been properly introduced. Nothing doing in that line. The dis covery that the bandits consumed -some of David B. Jones imported champaigne during the raid on his home has led to a new theory. Pos sibly the 1a.m. closing law is being enforced sq. rigidly on the North Side that it Is necessary for the thirsty ,buns to get their early morning drinks from the Lake Shore private saloms after they are hustled away .from North Glark street. ARGUE ADAMSON LAW BEFORE U. S. SUPREME COURT Washington, Jan. 9. Walker D. Hines, chairman c-f railroads general committee of counsel, and John C Johnson, Philadelphia, were to take up arguments of roads in their fight before U. S. supreme court to have the Adamson law declared unconsti tutional. Forecast was that they would emt phasize charge that law is nothing but attempt by congress to fix wages of employes and such action is with out jurisdiction of congress. Argument will continue tomorrow, when Prank G. Hagerman 4(rill close for government. METFATEOFCAPT. FRYATT? f 1 TELEGRAPH BRIEFS Frankfort, Ky. Dave Fife of Lex ington and Bill Jones of Owingsville, negro prisoners, died of suffocation -in a fire that burned everything in flammable in cell house of state re formatory. Los Angeles. Battle between citi zens of Pira, Ventura county, and a gang f three automobile bandits, who robbed Southern Pacific station and mercantile establishment, fought; one of bandits wounded. CAPT. BXcAiKIEi British authorities fear Capt. Blaikie, whose ship, the Caledonia, was sunk by a submarine in the Med iterranean, Dec. 4, may have been hanged by the Germans as was Capt Fryatt A campaign of reprisal ly the British Is threatened if" he is harmed.