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given themselves no tenable answer as to the true nature of sleep. I don't claim to be a high-brow in the sense of having read extensively, but on this one point I believe myself to have covered the ground, in spite of being a mere workingman. J. Jacob son. CHICAGO BRIEFS Sunrise, 5:50; sunset, 6:04. There was a suggestion of a gar ment strike riot at Sobel & CO.'s plant, 2005 W. Division, this morn ing. Police called. Lillian Miller, Ada Yearkof and Lena Marreli arrested. Disorderly conduct U. S. Pharmical Co., 222 N. Frank lln, robbed of $57 in checks and cash early today. Robbers knocked com bination off safe. Willard Hamilton from Floyd coun ty, Kentucky, lost $140 to city slick ers. A. J. Rober, 3620 Maple Square av., severely hurt when milk wagon col lided with car in which he Was rid ing. Michael Hogan and John Murphy sent to Bridewell for 60 days. Stole tub of butter. Olive Briscoe, actress, Morrison hotel, reported to police that over a thousand dollars In money and' jewels was taken by chambermaid. S. C. Baum and wife, 1449 W. Mon roe, arrested when morphine " was found in their place. Federal Judge Landls again refus ed to appoint receiver for the Kohl saat restaurants. Mrs. Louise Keats, 709 Montrose Blvd., got divorce on plea that hubby was drunk eight times a month. story told by Gladys Weeks, 16, Des Moines, la., caused arrest of Sam Lewis, 801 S. Ashland av., and Eu gene Pero, 505 S. 5th av. Julius Baroske, 6147 Ellis av., es caped from Dunning and visited his wife, who promptly had him arreet ell and sent JMtok. A. Frank Sorenson, 3646 Fullerton av., and two other boys arrested in stolen auto. Mrs. Mamie Lockett, 4747 Mag nolia av., granted divorce. Caught hubby, doctor, with another lady. Rev. BernardT. Murray, pastor St. Bernard's church, 6th and Stewart av., near death. Louis Perso, 6, 653 W. Ohio, played tag on Grand av. bridge. .Fell into river. Drowned. William Howard, convicted auto thief, offered to make a confession to state's attorney. Patrick Donovan, 80, and wife Elizabeth, 82, 1619 W. 21st st, found dead from gas. Charles Clampit and wife, Chicago, arrested in Jackson, 111., on charge of trying fraud by matrimony. Guy Lee, newspaper man, 526 Dl versey pky., arrested for driving auto while drunk. Ran down two; one may die. New rule at Northwestern Univ. requires lights out at 10:30Jn girls' dorm. ' Katherihe Vanboove, 15, 7846 St. Lawrence av., found almost dead from gas by father. John Szabun, bartender, copped $2,700 from his boss, Jos. Solecki, 2666 B. 106th. Therf skipped. Jacob Sonnenschein, 1545 Elburn av., Socialist candidate in 10th ward, shot on way home from-meeting. Will live. Investigating story that a secret armory has been established near Chicago. oO ARRESTED IN NEW YORK New York, March 22. Samuel W. filodgett, said to be a steamship broker residing at 1740 Bryn Mawr av., Chicago, a guest at, the Hotel Astor, found guilty of disorderly Con duet in connection with White Rats' demonstration in Loew's Orpheilm theater. Sentence suspended. Blod- gett said to have sat in box with s actress ana jomeu in outcry against jgtrikebreake acts.