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ness. Hospital made mistake and put
wrong man in special room reserved
Eugene Ryan, 3837 S. Dearborn,
fined $25. Charged with breaking up
services, Institutional M. E. church,
next door to his home, by his shout
ing. W. P. Cosper, 3830 Grand blvd.,
president Tyro Equipment Co., voca
tional school, held to grand jury.
Miss Dorothea Werscheim, 6731 S.
Throop, says he gave worthless
checks for her services as teacher.
Geo. Policianes, Greek, fined $50
for keeping goat in room where he
manufactured ict cream, 3456 S.
Police say Louis Blech, 4049 W.
Monroe, and Lloyd Daly, 515 S. Al
bany av., admitted stealing auto of
O. W. Fitts, 2940 Augusta.
Mrs. Mary Bernacki, 2929 N. Avers
av., suing neighbor, Mrs. Julia Wy
rouchouski, $25,000. Attorney says
slander is charge.
Morgan Park taxpayers win court
fight for reduction in tax rates.
T. A- Semrad, 900 Margate terrace,
robbed, suitcase, watch and ring, in.
ONE SMALL PICKET ATTACKED
FIVE BUNK, SAYS JUDGE
Gussie Cohen, picket for the cloak
makers' union was before Judge
Wells charged with violence, threats
and a lot of rough stuff. Gussie
weighs only a little over 100 pounds
and is strictly in the bantam class.
A witness for the complainant tes
tified that Gussie was going to beat
up five women who approached her,
picketing at Jackson and Market
Judge Wells asked how big the five
women were and how much they
weighed. Then he announced:
"This case is dismissed. The idea
that this frail girl threatened vio
lence upon five large women is ab
surd. I don't want to see any more
cases like this brought into this
SINGING MAKES KIDS ANGRY
WATERMELON CALMS 'EM
New York, Aug. 3. Mme. Ida Hag-gerty-Snell,
who has a school of mu
sic at 130 W. 97th st, gave a water
melon party yesterday to 34 children
who used to hurl rocks at her win
dows and caps of beer bottles at her.
They also used to screech when she
sang, yell when her assistant played
and scream when her pupils prac
ticed. The police, according to Mme. Hag-gerty-Snell,
selves powerless and she found life
almost unbearable. Then, about ten
days ago she became desperate and
called out to the bad youngsters:
"Don't you want to come in and let
me teach you how to sing?"
"Sure we do!" they answered, and,
rushing into the house, broke some
of the furniture and misbehaved in as
many ways as a group of healthy chil
dren can devise. Girls and boys
But now music has soothed their
savage breasts. Yesterday they en
tered the house in good order, crowd
ed into the music parlor and sang
"Way Down Upon the Suwanee Riv
er," "Tipperary" and "Nearer My
God to Thee." Between songs they
listened to informal talks on good
conduct Only when watermelon was
announced did the marshals appoint
ed by Mme. Haggerty-Snell have
trouble in upholding their slogan of
UNDERTAKER LOSES LICENSE
Undertakers who took advantage
of the unfortunate relatives of East
land victims and overcharged have
something to think about Frank
Reda, 1003 Polk st, lost his license
Reda charged Mrs. Catherine Gre
co, 1020 Polk st, $284 when he bur
ied her husband, drowned in the river.
Other instances of overcharging
by undertakers are being investigated
Ifrom the mayor's office,