Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
NEWEST ENVOY MAY GO RIGHT
Count Tarnowski is the new Aus
trian ambassador to the United
States and has just arrived here to
take the place of the recalled envoy,
Dr. Dumba. If the submarine crisis
results in our severing diplomatic re
lations with all central powers, Tar
nowski will have to turn right
around and 50 back home.
DID YOU KNOW
After all, the world is a small place
unless your hat blows off.
And then again "poetry of motion"
is the kind that's always going from
one editor to another.
No matter how good a lumper you
are and even with a pair of stilts, it's
some job to hurdle a string of lies.
Great Britain has 4,500 licensed
aviators, Uncle Sam less than 500.
In Pans merchants are employing
disabled aviators to deliver goods In
jthe suburbs by airplane.
TCAPT. RUSSELL AND OTHERS
HIT IN POLICE SHAKEUP
Chief Schuettler started cleaning
out "the worst police district in the
world" last night wheij he shook up
the East Chicago av. station.
Capt Billy Russell, friend of the
Thompson-Lundin political clan, was
sent to Maxwell st. Capt John J.
Ryan taking his place. Into Ryan's
place at South Clark st was sent
Capt Mullin of Maxwell st. Capt.
Russell's principal aids, Lieuts. Jas.
Walsh and Fred Holzer, were also
transferred. Walsh goes to North
Halsted st. and Holzer to Town Hall.
Another surprise was the transfer
to Lieut. Mike Delaney, for five years
head of the vehicle bureau. He is
sent to the New City station. Serg'J
Patrick Ward is the new boss of the
vehicle bureau. Delaney has been
the target of several attacks by
State's Att'y Hoyne. Other trans
Luke J. Garrick, Town Hall to East
Patrick T. McCauley, South Clark
to East Chicago.
Jacob Reich, North Halsted to
Ira J. McDowell, Canalport to Fill
more. , '
Patrick Kelliher, New City to Ca- "
Senior Detective Sergeants y
Martin F. Rogers, headquarters to
James J. Duffy, detective bureau 1
to Stanton avenue.
Augustus W. Sharp, Stanton ay.e
nue to detective bureau.
Detective Sergeant William M.
Parker, Cragin to East Chicago.
Patrol Sergeant Harry J. Kellogg,
North Robey to Desplaines st
- o 0
Arkansas senate taboos liquor ad
vertisements. Pretty soon John
Barleycorn's only way of getting ac
quainted will be through personal introduction.