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to get that back for the children arid
will keep at it until we can give the
children a playground.
BY MACLAY HOYNE,
f State's Attorney
It is high time an educational cam
paign was carried on with a view of
securing more space for play and a
better use of the vacant land in the
city that is available.
The number of vacant lots and
fields where boys can play is being re
duced every year. I noticed recently
that nearly all the big stretches of
prairie land where the gangs of boys
I played with had their fun are all
built up with apartments, factories
and stores. I noticed, too, that there
isn't the same proportion of vacant
lots there used to be. The boys are
compelled to walk many blocks now
to find room enough for six of them
to join hands and "crack-the-whip."
Nothing in the law that I know of
reaches this situation. The owners
of vacant lots have a perfect right to
refuse the use of their properties.
And the police have nothing else fo
do when called except to chase boys
Moral suasion, personal appeals
and arguments directed at owners of
vacant lots this should have some
FACES SERIOUS CHARGE
Louis Siegrosser, 50, a well-to-do
harness maker, 1735 Larrabee street,
Is at the Hudson avenue station fac
ing trial on serious charges of five lit
tle girls, between 9 and 12 years old.
The girls all go to the Manierre
school. They told the story of. the
man's alleged crimes to their teach
ers and Wm. L. Bodine, compulsory
education superintendent, started the
investigation that led to the man's
arrest. He is a bachelor.
Eisenbaum dangerously; wounded
Both shot by .Thomas Burns, peddler,
as they sat oh the Ershansky door
step. Burns refuses to talk. Motive
for shooting unknown.
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