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XT J W ? U'l t l gMI,-
has conferred a lasting benefit upon
the players by abolishing the condi
tions of servitude imposed upon them
by the magnates.
"No man or organization has the
right to sell a "-white man," is his
SCIENTISTS TO STUDY SLIDES IN
Chas, Van Hise
He is president of the University of
Wisconsin and is one of the ten sci
entists, composing a committee ap
pointed by the National Academy of
Science at the request of President
Wilson, who sailed for the Panama
canal zone Dec. 11 to study and re
port on the earth movements that
have blocked the big waterway.
'TWAS WORSE THAN A PINCH
WHIST PARTY HELD UP
"The place is pinched," shouted
Jos. Lazarus, as he dropped his cards
on the table.
But, no, it was worse even than
that They were not bluecoats who
came in by the fire escape window,
but black masks with blue-steeled
guns in front of them. TL.e "whist
party" was held up.
The stickups got at least $2,500 in
coin and jewelry. E. J. Gordon says
they lifted a $1,200 diamond pin from
his tie. Lazarus had a roll of $300
subtracted from his pocket Abe Ta
litsky threw a $200 diamond behind
a radiator and Geo. Smith stuck a
$1,000 stone in his mouth and got
away with it.
The "whist party" was being
staged in a room, the door of which
was marked "Summerfield Bros., Ci
gars," Crilly bldg., Dearborn and
Two watchers joined the robbers
outside and they fled in an auto
which Carl A. Gunderson, 5467 Had
don av., on learning the number, said
was stolen from him Sunday.
DR. HAISELDEN TO APPEAL
Dr. H. J. Haiselden will appeal the
verdict of the ethical relations com
mittee of the Chicago Medical so
ciety, which has just ordered him ex
pelled frfom the order for unethical
behavior in the Bollinger baby case.
In ordering his expulsion the com
mittee gave him the opportunity to
appeal to the entire medical council
The charge against Dr. Haiselden
is not that of letting the baby die but
he is accused of violating strictest
ethics of the medical profession by
exploiting himself in the Chicago
Evening American and again in the
movies. All over America a doctor
who seeks newspaper publicity is at
once expelled from the medical so
ciety of the Community in which he
is located. "
"The verdict of the committee was
dictated by the Catholic church,"
said Dr. Haiselden today. "Of the
committee of three ' which decided
against me,- one works in a Catholic
school and another's name is Walsh."
Must have terribly shocked the na
tional Democratic committee to hear
those suffrage and anti ladies swear
at each other.