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game. They are going after a few
feeble minded girls who don't know
any better and who are trying to
make their living. More than 60 per
cent of that 80 per cent are declared
to be hereditary victims."
JUDGE OLSON RAPS POLICE IN
HULL HOUSE RIOT CASE
Chief Justice Olson of the Munici
pal court took a heavy fall out
of the police for their actions in the
Hull House unemployed riot several
The case came before Judge Olson
after Att'ys William A- Cunnea and
Wm. F. Rodriguez, representing the
men and women arrested after the
riot, had asked for a change of venue
from Judge Mahoney to Judge Gem
mill. In Olson's court Detective Ser
geants Chas. Yancey and Make Mills
stepped up to the bench and informed
the judge that this was the case of
"the riot started by Lucy Parsons and
Immediately Judge Ilson scored"
the attitude of the ponce ana sug
gested that it looked as though the
police were framing up to injure Jane
Addams and Hull House.
He granted the plea of the attor
neys to transfer the case.
! SAYINGS OF A WISE PUP
MAP SHOWING RUSS ADVANCER
IN EAST PRUSSIA
"Kl-Yl!" 'HJOTN6 WTO T)EATH
iteAHS THE ACT CF SA.3SJUS
The czar's armies fighting in East
Prussia have reached Memel, a port 3
OJi Baltic sea, shown on map above, i
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, former chief
U. S. bureau of chemistry, will ad- fe
dress City club at noon Thursday.
23d Ward Women's Democratic
club meets Thursday eve. at Lincoln d
Turner hah Diversey pkwy and Shef- J
3d Ward Civic league to hear o
Sweitzer, Stedman and Hill, Thurs
day eve. at Wendell Phillips high fi
Prohibition mass meeting at Ass'n
Auditorium, 19 S. La Salle, Thursday
Relief Society for Political Prison- 1
ers in Russia will give benefit bill at
West Side Aud., Taylor and Racine c
av Saturday evening.
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300 ministers will telegraph "Billy"
Sunday and ask him to come to '
"save" Chicago. ,x
Chas. Knott, 19, 315 N. Robey, fa- i
tally injured when auto he cranked
ran over him.