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put through bills legalizing the
game this fall, but the backers of the
game -will run into snags because of
some of the recent happenings. '
The affair between Welsh and
White was a blow to those boosting
boxing. The game has suffered great
ly, and usually from people directly
interested, and who make their liv
ing out of it. The real sporting ele
ment, the men who go to bouts and
like clean sport, can't do much when
they are hampered by fighters and
SLEUTH SAYS MRS. WATERS HAD
ANOTHER MAN PINCHED
Mrs. Ella Waters, 4217 St. Law
rence av., had another flirt pinched
yesterday. He was taken - on her
complaint for nudging her in a movie'
show and fined $25 by. Judge Good
win. , Det. Serg't Peterson. of the !Slh
street station says Mrs. Waters had
a man sent to the Bridewell a few
months' ago when she said he pulled
her into a hallway. Mrs. Waters
could not be found last night to ver
EXAMINER TRUCK HITS AUTO
WOMAN BADLY HURT
Mrs. H. W. Morgan, 3924 W. Mon
roe, was seriously hurt yesterday
when an auto in which she was rid
ing collided with an auto truck of the
Chicago Examiner, driven by Clem
Chester, 2114 W. Park av.
Mrs. Morgan was taken to Garfield
Park hospital with several' ribs brok
en and a crushed chest Examiner
driver not arrested.
ANOTHER PklVATE BANK GONE
BANKER IS ARRESTED
John A. Krzywoszewski, 1620 W.
18th st., private banker, arrested in
Grand Rapids, Mich., on charge of
skipping with $10,000 deposits of his
bank and leaving his wife.
His wife caused his arrest after
hundreds of his depositors had both
ered her to find out where he was.
OUR DAILY POEM '
The Plea df Peace
By Edith Homer
Fair Peace has ruled the world for
But now the great goddess is over
thrown And trampled in the dust with many
She cries: "Cruel War God, give
me back my throne."
The grim old warrior answers sul
lenly: s "But men have chosen me their
"Because," she cries, "they do not
That you bring ruin and havoc to
"Their piety is smothered when the
Of martial music summons them
Their sense of justice, fairness and
Is lost, when in the thickest of the
"And what are their returns? just
death and ruin.
O, give me back my throne, for I love
o o '
KILLED IN SWIFT GREASE
Peter Feucher, 23, of Bucknej1,
Ark., worked for Swift & Co., the
packers, at a wage of $10 a week
until he fell into a vat of hot grease.
Coroner's office said it was acci
dental o o
MAID HELD CHARGE THREAT'
Mary Hickey, domestic for Pren
tiss Coonle'y of Lake Forest, presU
dent of the Link Belt Co., was ar-i
rested on complaint of her employer.
He says she threatened to poison