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RICH MAN MUST APPEAR IN
A summons, returnable Jan. 26,
was issued today in the morals court
by Judge Goodnow for C, A. Pulsifer,
a wealthy South Side real estate
dealer. Pulsifer is thewvner of a
large six-story flat buinlding at 2229
Cottage Grove av., where he has of
fices. He will be asked to reply to
questions regarding the renting of
Investigators from Second Deputy
Supt. of Police Funkhouser's office
claim that the building is occupied
by divekeepers and that one flat
owned by Mme. Sophie Devorack has
been raided twice. Convictions were
obtained in both instances.
Pulsifer was notified what business
Mme. Devorack was in immediately
after the first conviction.
THE SPEAKERSHIP DEADLOCK
Springfield, III., Jan. 22. With 115
members present, the Illinois house
today took one ballot on the speak
ership, without showing any change
in the lineup. The house then ad
journed out of respect to the late
Judge A. M. Vickers, chief justice of
Illinois, who died at his home in East
St. Louis yesterday.
It was definitely understood today
that Gov. Dunne expected to appoint
a successor to Judge Vickers to fill
the unexpired term, but he had not
yet decided on the man he will name.
STEAMER BURNS 85 SAVED.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 22.-85 per
sons rescued, when steamer Maryland
pf the Maryland, Delaware and Vir
ginia steamer line burned early today
in the Chesapeake bay, off the Mago
WHAT WAS HIS REAL HOME LIKE
Hackensack, N. J., Jan. 22. "Take
anything I've got. but don't take me
home, officer," pleaded Hans Peter
sen in refusing to leave his cell after
a suspended sentence. Hans is married.
"In a story it's considered a treat
ter go back to th' old home an' spend
th' holidays in a farmhouse without
any heat in th' room. That is ter
say, in a story."
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, corn
and oats down. Provisions steady!
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
dull. Bethlehem Steel and Missouri
Pacific each down 1.
PLAN PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP
A Cosmopolitan club has been or
ganized at the Y. M. C. A. at 3210
Arthington St., the purpose being to
promote peace and friendship among
its members regardless of national
ity, belief or creed. At, the initial
meeting Louis P. Lochner of the Chi
cago Peace society talked on "In-
Adella Ensch, 20, actress, died
from poison she swallowed in Kansas
City two weeks ago. Investigation
begun hy police. Prominent Kansas
City man mentioned in case.
Moderately heavy snow this after
noon and tonight, clearing Saturday;
colder; lowest temperature tonight
about 8 and zero temperature by
Sunday morning; fresh and strong
northeast winds, shifting to north
west Saturday. Temperature Thurs
day: Highest 20; lowest, 14.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 191 4, at the postoffice at Chicago,
IJU under the Act of March 3, 1879.
I By, MaiJ, Except in Chicago, $3 a Year.