Some of the disreputable womeu of Ann Arbor have received a shaking np this week wbich ïnay reBult in their ridding the city of their presence. On Monday night MarshalPeterson arrestad .Lulu Trempler and Jennie Lanibkiu on the charge ot being street walkers, l'hey were taken before Jnstice Gibson Tuesdsy and the hearing of the oase was adjourned nntil the next day, wheu Jeunie Lambkin was flned $5.20 and ordered to leave the city before Satur day. Lulu Trempler was also flned 5.20 and ordered to leave her present plaoe of abude at 54 N. Main st. , also to behave herself aud keep off the streets or she would be sent to the Detroit house of correotion. She was not ordered to leave the city as she is wanted in the circuit court as a witness in the case against her husband, Charles Trempler, wbo stabbed her in a house of ill farne over Polhemus' saloon on N. Main st., some time ago. On Tuesday night Marshal Peterson arrested Emma Moore, the keeper of a house of ill fame over Polhemus' saloon, No. 26 N. Main st., also May Bnrke and Nellie Suyder for being inmates of the game. For several years past these rooms have borne a shady repotation, during most uf the time having been oooupied by prostitutas. They have also been the scène of at least one robbery from the person and it was thera that Lulu Trempler was stabbed by her husband. It will be a matter of great congratulation to the people residing in the neighborhood, wbo have beoome tborongbly disgusted witb the condition of affairs tbat bas existed, if this will result in the breaking up of tbis den. Justice Gibsou, before whom the trial washeld, sentenoed Emma Moore to pay a fioe of $20 and $4.20 costs, and tne girla, Burke and Snyder, to pay a fine of $5 and 14.70 oosts. All of them were ordered to leave tbe city.