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CAPT RYAN TAKES A SLAP AT
The "high-brow" flats along Grand"
blvd., south of 35th st, where a man
cannot gain entrance-without a per
sonal invitation and wfiere crowds
are "parties," were raked severely by
Cap't Ryan of the Stanton av. station.
"The woman are not the kind you
would find in the redlight district,"
declared Cap't Ryan. "They are the
"high-brows" of the profession.
"You cannot enter their flats with
out an invitation and if a strange man
were to approach one of them she
would call a policeman."
Cap't Ryan announced that the
"high-brow" places were next in his
campaign against disorderly flats
which have comprised virtually a new
redlight district in the neighborhood.
The conviction and fines assessed
against inmates of Ike Berger's Doug
las hotel, at 35th and Cottage Grove
av., spurred his efforts.
Each of four men and four women
got a $10 fine before Judge Heap.
Berger asked for a change of venue.
BITS OF NEWS
Officials of telegraph companies
here say that terrific cyclone de
stroyed all wires between St. Louis
and Kansas City last night. Atmos
pheric conditions peculiar all over
Mary Truant, 4134 S. Halsted st.,
fined 5100 by Judge Mahoney for
running labor agency without license,
R. J. Knight, inspector of licenses,
pressed the charge.
Five youths fought 2 motor cops
who pursued when overtaken on the
Judge La Buy refused continu
ance in case of Geo. RansdelL "bar
tender in former saloon of Barney
.Grogan. Ransdell of accused of sell
ing booze without a license. Case
transferred to Judge Mahoney for
Saying she was foodless in her
home for 3 days, Edith B. CNealJ
Ahnefeld, Blue Island, today filed suit
"Judd Hosscawn rubbed a piece o'
bacon rind about a foot from the
ground all around Frank Cowlick's
round barn, and Frank's dog followed
up th' scent all day and got dizzy."
1 By Jim Manee
When she died all of the village
Got the news that went around
That she left a lot of money;
In her bustle it was found.
She had saved from meager earnings
That she earned from daily grind.
Ten thousand dollars was a lot
Of dough to leave behind.
P. S. That joke was first told just
previous to the revolutionary war.
We've got a good memory.
Painters' Union No. 147 will hold
special meeting tonight Nomination
of local officers. All members attend.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat closed
up, corn down. Provisions up. July
wheat close, $1.05.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Trading
dull; price changes unimportant
Showers and probably thunder
storms this afternoon; unsettled and
cooler tonight; Saturday partly
cloudy and cool; fresh southwest
shifting to northwest winds diminish
ing tonight Temperature Thursday: