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pared to work with the Christ and
stop the "devil's fun." Frank A. S.
Mercer, 210 South Halsted.
NEW YORK WORLD EXPOSES AN
ALLEGED GERMAN LOBBY
New York, March 7. Again taking
up its expose of alleged pro-German
propaganda, the Morning World to
9 day publishes an extended copyright
story and copies of letters from va
rious sources, alleging that the Gore
and McLemore resolutions in con
gress were backed by the National
The World names Alphonse G.
Koelble, a New York attorney, as
head of the clearing house of the
alliance and declares T. L. Marealis,
a New York real estate operator, is
the leading lobbyist directing the
work at Washington.
The World reproduces what is de
clared to be a letter from Marsalis,
reporting to Koelble as to his work
in the interest of the armed ship re
solutions and telling of the senators
and congressmen he conferred with.
The letter declared Marsalis believed
Senator Stone was opposed to Wilson
and Lansing. Gore, O'Gorman and
Hitchcock (Neb.) were mentioned
as opposed to Lansing.
CHARGES AGAINST INSPECTOR
OF MORALS CRUMBLE
Charges preferred by Chief of Po
lice Healey against Morals Inspector
Francis Hanna yesterday collapsed at
the hearing b-ofore the civil service
commission. Healey says Hanna is
incapable, inefficient, incompetent
and temperamentally unfit for office.
Yesterday he reiterated these
v charges on the witness stand.
Hanna has two bosses under Chief
Healey. They are Department In
spector Capt. Crippen and Second
Deputy Sup't of Police Funkhouser.
Both of these men said they had no
fault to find with Hanna's work, that
he was competent and capable and
that his reports were reasonably ac-curate.
Fan"a reports a disorderly flat He
hands it to Crippen, who passes it to
Second Deputy Funkhouser, who
passes it to Chief Healey, who passes
it to the captain of the precinct. The
captain is supposed to investigate and
raid the place if it is operating.
The chief says he accepts the word
of the captain against that of the
morals inspector and he told a Day
Book reporter that he never checks
back on the captain's reports.
SIEGEL - COOPER FENDERLESS
AUTO CRUSHES MAN
The fenderless department store
auto truck again proved itself an en
gine of destruction when a delivery
car of Siegel, Cooper & Co. almost
crushed a man to death at Clark and
Adams sts. late Saturday night
Stewart Reinhart, 21, of 221 S.
Kedzie av., was struck by the auto
truck. He was knocked down and
his right arm and right -leg were bro
ken ; both members were crushed.
Reinhart is a rail welder for the
street car company and was working
with a gang repairing the tracks on
Just as the Siegel-Cooper truck
swung around the corner he stepped
back from the tracks and, blinded
by the glare from the welding ma
chine, didn't see the automobile. It
struck him and passed over his body.
At St Luke's hospital physicians
said he had a bare chance to live.
Siegel-Cooper & Co., as a member
of the State Street Retail Merchants'
ass'n, has protested against the ordi
nance which requires fenders on auto
Officials of Siegel, Cooper & Co.,
both as members of the Chamber of
Commerce and Motor Truck Own
ers ass'n, have' complained against
putting fenders on their delivery ma
chines on the ground that the safety
devices would "increase congestion
in the loop."
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Middle names were once regarded
as illegal in England.