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wounded by Gus Koutogianes, owner
of fruit stand at 5th av. and Van
' Frank Leo, shot in back while run
ning away from Officer Prank Neu
rrnnn in Rogers Park. Gun found on
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young now has su
preme power over Chicago schools.
Commercial Education Committee
Special Prosecutor'Northup prom
ises more indictments in vote fraud
cases very shortly.
Samuel Walker, 73, and Elkamia
Walker, 70 married 41 years, di
vorced yesterday. He only earns 40
cents a day.
Tnos. Robinson, 5425 S. Ashland
av., probably fatally injured by fall
from moving street car.
Henry Spencer arraigned in
Wheaton yesterday. Didn't want
lawyer, but court appointed two.
Emma Radke, N. Wood and Park
av., had L. Levine, 1819 Taylor st,
and Alex. Levee, 1352 Taylor St., ar
rested for flirting over 'phone.
Judge Dolan, Desplaines st. court,
wants all hoboes washed up before
they are taken before him.
Brewer Abney, negro, Leegson
murder suspect, arrested in Kansas
City, says he's innocent
By order of President Wilson all
roller towels 'have been barred from
Policeman L. F. Slad, .Lawndale
station, on trial before civil service
commission on complaint of Rose
Marie Hopstein filed $25,000 suit
against Wm. Hopstein, 1943 Wave
land av., a relative. Claims he at
Illinois Central wants $120,000,000
with which to extend system.
Fourteen horses have been stolen
in Wheaton and Lockport in last five
Mrs. Annie Shodlke, 652 W. 14th
st, died from beating 'administered
by her husband, John, who is now be
Judge Uhlir, Court of Domestic-Relations,
denounced Illinois divorce
Fire caused $4,000 damage to cork
plant of Redlich Mfg. Co., 637 W.
Herman Grossman, chauffeur for
Dr. S. L. Wissig, 1759 W. 18th st,
fined $50 and costs for speeding.
Saloon license of David Smith, 513
N. LaSalle st., revoked.
Paul Borton, 11 W. Grand av., fined
$10 for stealing silverware from Chi
cago A. C. Wanted to give it to girL
THE FIGHTER WHO HASN'T A
By Berton Braley.
The prize fighter may be a brute,
But there IS a reward in the game;
A winner gets plenty of loot
And something that passes for
At least he has something to gain,
Some definite hope of advance,
But one thing is certainly plain, '
The booze fighter hasn't a chance!
The bull fighter toys with the bull,
There's danger to face in each
His business of chances is full,
He trifles with imminent death.
But there IS a reward in the trade,
A portion of gold and "romance,"
Some fortune and "fame" to be made,
While the booze fighter hasn't a
It's a game fhat is certain to lose,
No matter how bravely you play,
And the mightiest "fighters of booze"
Are conquered at last in the fray.
It battles by poison and stealth,
It ruins each plan you advance,
It breaks you in health and in wealth.
The booze fighter hasn't a chance.
"Ma, ma," sobbed Willie, "do my
earsbelong to my neck oi my face?"
"Why, what's the matter?"
"Well, you told Mary to wash my
face and she's washing my ears, too!"
Sacred Heart Review.
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