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land conspiracy, was on trial again
today. Said he couldn't resist possi
bility of "opening up great new coun
try." - r . .
Police looking for Chas. Vistien,-$4,"
2643 .W. 20th st.- Missing since
March 4 .Believed suicide.
. Lew BoUer, 740j N. State St., fined
$25 and costs for asking Miss Han
nah, Schooler, 17, 6124 May si;., if he
could sit next to her in a South Side
"U' train. . ,
3,600. loss in fire which destroyed
auto and garage of W. T. Kester, 616
Noyesst. ' . '
Henry Kraus, 45, 1817 S. Sawyer
"av., suicide. , Carbolic acid. Despond
ent, from lack , of work.
Mrs. PalmaSteinbach, 24, 3057
Clybourn av., and,,Louis Prang, ex
husband, 28, 1536. Superior St., ar
rested In building at Milwaukee ay.
and' N. Morgan st. on complaint of
Chas. Steinbach; her husband.
Mrs. Marie Grim, 24,734 W. Madi
sonyst, stabbed and seriously wound
ed by husband, Joseph. Attacked her
when she refuse.d'him money. Been
separated four years. I "
Wni. Beutelstacher, 5254, Justine
tine St., teamster, robbed of $49.
Harold Hughes, M7, 3207 E. 91st
St., was testing revolver. Dead.
Mrs. Emma pensterbush, .532 Cass
St., who was shot by Ed Elliott, 534
Cass st, when police attempted to -arrest
him, died today. 'Elliott killed
himself. His wife, Mrs. Ida Elliott, is
held on charge of receiving stolen
property. She is 20 and'has 2-year-old
John Rampa, 2954 lL Hamlin aV.,
.fihed $200 and costs ' for beating
v Mrs. Samuel Leonard, 2622 W: Su
perior st, refused to wearmourning
when her mother-in-law died. Leon
ard left her. Refuses to return- until
she wears mourning. '
Willard Walters, naval training
station pugilist, .arrested on com
plaint signed, by a young Waukegan
girt. Case settled out of court, Girl's'
owae-ste? pot gii?4 out,, ,
Lewis .Peddicord, 18, 1714 W. Mon-.
roe st., arrested, charged Vith beat-
ing. his wifef 16.- - .Ordered to keej
away from her. Case continued a
POET CC-P GIVES A FIVE SPOT
' "FOR KIDDIES" IN NEED
A heavy man walked into-the Asso
ciation of Commerce yesterday and
laid down $5.
"That's for the flood victims in
Ohio and Indiana," he said: "Good-,
"Wait a minute," said a clerk,
what's your name?"
"Aw, never- mind the name," said
the heavy man. "Just, get some
clothes and food'for some of the kid-
dies' that af e up against 'it and send
ttiem down'.therey . ,
"But we want the names of con
bitrutbrs' said the clerk.
- "Oh, well, if you've got to know1
but I hate like anything to giv,emy
name because I've got a wife and
seven kids, and the. wife is sick and
I'm up against it just ,now myself
especially with a fatherly city govern
ment cutting 20 per cent off my
"And your name is?" asked the
"J. D. Moore, Policeman J. D.
Moore, 32d precinct, 5227 Van Buren
street," said the heavy man and walk-,
The man who, with a wife and
seven children and a $110. a month
salary cut by one fifth by the city,
had yet managed to-dig up an extra
''V't for the flood sufferers, is the
man who has been known as the
"Poet Cop" since the San Francisco
earthquake. At the time, of that dis
aster, Moore started a small relief
fund in his own neighborhood and
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ALLENS ELECTROCUTED s'
'Richmond, Va., March 28. Floyd
Allen died in the electric chair at
1 :3Z Clai(f Alien was executed. i.