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A REFORMER QUEERED
Los Angeles, Oct. 4. Gently
turning the spotlight on a large
sized beam in the eye of City
Prosecutor Guy Eddie, Humane
Officer McLaughlin arrested him
is the guy who formerly
attended the morals of Los An
geles. He barred "The Girl From
Rector's" and priztfight pictures
from the city because they "might
lower public morals."
And McLaughlin arrested Ed
die for contributing to the delin
quency of Mrs. Alice Phelps, aged
20, -ward of the juvenile court.
Mrs. Phelps says she applied
for a job in Eddie's office and that
he insulted her. She told Mc
Laughlin about it.
"Go back to Eddie's office,"
Mrs. Phelps did. McLaughlin
followed, and he and several wit
nesses watched what happened
through keyholes. Eddie's arrest
Eddie says it is all a plot of "the
interests," and that he will fight
o o '
LEFT TO DIE IN CELL
William Green, negro, 50, found
by police lying in front of his
home, 16 East 25th streef. Un
conscious from scalp wound.
Police took him to Provident
hospital. Interne named Brown
stitched wound in Green's head.
t Police wanted to leave Green at
' hospital. Hospital refused to have
Police put Green in cell at Cot
tage Grove avenue station. He
died there of fractured skull one
hour and a half later.
Why did Provident hospital re-
fuse to take in dying man, and
why, if police thought he ought to
be taken in at Provident, didn't h
police take him to County hospi
tal when Provident refused him.-$
Not known how Green came by i
fractured skull. Police suspect he
was beaten up.
HE'S AFTER THEM
Boston, Oct. 4. District At
torney Pelletier, the man who ex
posed the dynamite planting plot
of the Wool Trust and stopped
the persecution of the Boston -L"
strikers, is after the stock ex
change. ' "J
Yesterday Pelletier caused the
arrest of Stephen R, Dow, a"mem
ber of the stock exchange for J8
years,- on a charge of 'stealing
$146,000- from the mining com
pany of which he Is the head.
The investors sin this company,
Pelletier says, were all-men and
women of small means'. Dow, he
says, looted the company.
Dow was expelled from the
stock exchange immediately after
his arrest, of course. The first
motto of all stock exchanges is
"Don't Be Found Out."
But Pelletier says that will npt
stop him, and that he is- going to
get to the bottom of certain pe
culiar deals pulled off in the ex-'3-change.
She (at the piano) How do
you like this refrain? He Very
much. The more you refrain the"
better I like it. -