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13 TTWTFT? IX i? (hpT TvuP "prp yra KUi.:M ,; - v-'V AA J -W I J 7Tfry t : Ul VI ii V I - ( "-VX. '' " -J finMKRmm mraiMSge: I a J IV Iff I ll Tl it !. t I I . I 1' I '' it. - I J r r 11 .& SS- T?TM"TC lr 'Ii .i-bt EAGLETS. JJl - tf'VfVR InivtR- look at ll.r, .. Ifrt''tt.ttf ""Jit:','.'.'.'. JiJV2fiy'"ji 'Kl jW Brief Career of Bogus Army Officer Ended 1ANKA.H CMTV. Tin- siiilitcn H'iiiihIIIiiii from mi iiiinj "llriileimnt" with nil llio liliinnliiKs to ii iiitlltury lii-Noiier In overnlN fiu-liiK n tcrin In tin-fi'ih-ml luMiltftitliiry wns too much for Adrian At. Mnyer, twenty wirs old. lie wiim iirrcMtcil on a Hniiw of Ini IH'isomitliiK mi iirmy olllvcr tind nHi hip Imtl fhccK's iiKUi'CKMtliiK S'-MW In thu Inst two weeks. "(Ilrls did' It," lu xohhcil ns fed. ml ollleeih relieved hlni of his mil form mill hmided him it suit of oer nils. "I xnw till Uiesti other fellows In ItiK stilitted mid nil the lrls lookluc nt them mill I couldn't ce why I eonhhi't he the iinu wny. And I wits Inline II Ki'i'itl time before tltev enliL'lil me. Dottt let my Hither know nhout tne. I'm wllllni.' to pi to Jnll nnd do time. Just so ynti don't n.v uii.MIiIiik nhout It. My ilnd Is n blc mini In ChltiiKo nnd It would hurt his repututl "I sure mnde u bit while I wus tin olllrer.' All the Kills were em ay nhout me. It wns tliN Unit luiiile tne keep it up." It wns leiirned Alnjei's futher Is ii wealthy elnlhliii: inerehiiiit of Chleno. Mayer wns plneed In the enmity Jail In default or n $5,000 bond. .lust before Ma,er left headquarters, an tittraetle .vnum: woman, Miss Tinker, weurliii: n liiinilome set of furs, entered. "Oh, Isn't the nrrext of l.leuieuuut Mnyer Just too biidl" "he Kiirplod. "He's such an awful nice boy!" The .voting woman Mild .Mnyer entei tnlned her tirten. lie nve her $50 with which to buy (.'IiiMiiiiih lfts, Mini nd. "Why. be ftne me this vet of tins," she exclaimed. "They pah! for them with u slot) l.lbcrt bund mill we used the SI' little supper." Alajer told the police he had kIvcii the Southwest National Hank of Com merce u worthless check for Xl.ooo In payment for ten S100 Liberty Loan builds. When the ,oun woman left police headquarters she was without her furs. Hut Hint was not the worst. When the "awful nice boy" was led from the holdover to the entinl Jail he did not even look in Allss Tticker'H direction. Alner j.'itc dunces and allied the local charities. It Is said by the police that tin-re are many other charges iikiiIiM him. tin (he wny to Chicago he passed a check for .(!( on a hanker friend. Then be wired for $10 more. The" banker kicw suspicious nnd untitled the (.'IiIciiko police. Patrick J. Can ts making a good record aa trustee of the Sanitary Dis trict of Chicago. cost $85. lie change for u What Would You Do With a "Cherub" Like This? (AW, if" WUZ A MArT tVirH A CREFrJ HORSE CIIHWCO. lour ciioinwnis police olliclals sat back In their armchairs In the police .station nnd dli'iiid n little boy who Mood before them, lie had black e.es ami i cheeks and a cherub's tapering chin, nnd with his eiuiiiiiy little grimy paw lie spun a top on tin1 tuble, which wns almost above Ids reach. "Vou know, rriinkle, you're the yninniest biirylnr In the Culled Slates nnd with u record Just nhout u.s loin: as you nre," ('apt. .lames Corcoran told the little fellow. And I here It wus on Hie police books "Frank Itamblcb, seven years old. theft." The booty was a S'JOO set of furs which the child had taken from the lie pushed his little lists up Into the i (pencil the window like this," lie tw- Wk H V f leshlenci of All's. Caroline Iteleliuiaii till uln.li llllil llsl.I'll 1 1 1 1 1 1 linvv 111. lllll h Mild, with ii serious Interest In explaining his methods. "That kbl's i liner- -Just like mi old crook at his Job," said one of hW Kiiarils, l-'raukle wns nli-mln'il In spimiinK the top. "What did .on do with the MirsV" he was asked. "Sold 'em to u man for '.'0 ents." "Who?" 1'raukle hales to answer questions, and after secrnl other Inquiries which he replied fn In u childish murmur he suddeiily-suld, "Aw, It wus u mnn who had a horse that wus green." And that soil of answer Is ab.uit nil they can uct from him. Someone told It tluit bi n nil took u -.'crunliim plant from u llorlst's wagon standing be fore u house, climbed the steps of the house and pretended to be delivering the plain to Its destlimllou. While the housewife wondered who had seat the pliiul to her the bo, squirmed In through tin1 open door, stole S5 and two watches l.xlug on u dressing tuble nnd skipped uway. I'ranlfle was proud of this iichlcvciucnt. loo, us It wus told. No one know what to do with the little boy. "lie's too little to keep In-Jail," sighed one ol the policemen. "He Is loo .Miuug h three ,ears to place la i rrectlve Institution under the Illinois stuluie's. He will mil sta, In school. They tell of him Hint he prowls alone In alleys m midnight, bei'oie da, light, ut noonday at any time In any place, committing these crimes." A pert niul school for glrN was ui'gd b, .Tiulgc Victor 1. Arnold, spent;, lug In foie ibe Illinois Slule Teachers' assoclalloii ut the Congress hold. Kor u number of ,ears tlcie bus bei u such .in liistliutlou In Chicago for liu,s, be said, mid there should he one lor girls. "The g'll leaves school lo go to the isinles," lie said. "She gels out on the siieci ami uwuy I nun the lullucncc of her home ami then she has oul n'le step iVrlher lo go and -he N u delinquent." Blase New Yorkers Stopped to Gaze at "Venus" NIJW VOIIK. Ceiitial I'm I; West, was tilled with mils) irulllc ami at the Scetiix second street iiili'iiiiee lo the park a pnllccinnu wus perspiring us he illscniuuglcil Inxlnili-. irueks. suiface ears ami pnrk equipages In mhl s.tieimiou when a .oiiug lady wearing I a stitch of clothes and apparentl.v ii i y' s. VniiNr i uniro bapPA sntniced majesilcally down 7) - gS C, " D' W Charles McMugh, the genial propri etor of tho Lexington Hotel, Is doing good work In Improving conditions in the First ward. Judge John J. Roonej grows In popularity ever da. Wllhelm Engel, tne well known cigar manufacturer of 1936 Mohawk street offers a very superior cigar In both his "LaSuabla" and "Rambuss" Tom N. DonneTiy would make a good Mayor. Ho Is popular with everybody. Charles S. Tnornton, the well known lawyer, has honored every ofuce he ever filled from president of the soard of education to corporation counsel. Tho New Roma restaurant at 117 North Clark street, of which I. Pelle grini Is the popular manager, grows In favor with tho public every day. Arrah J. Whtslor, president of the Akron Tiro & Vulcanizing Company, Is highly respected In the business world becauso of his clean cut and up right methods. Dr. Andrew D. Wnrdo, prosldont of tho Fort Dearborn Collego of Law Is ono of tho best educators in tho United States. Ills record Is full of flno achievements and his collego well do serves hearty support. Tho doctor has Just returned from Now York, whoro ho went to bid goodby to his son, who Is on his way to tho hattlo lino at tho French front. William D. Ktugo, president of tho Brazil Tiro & Ruhbor Co., may well ho proud of tho record mado by his Raclno tires. Air. Klugo always makes n success of everything ho undertakes. Adolph Kraus la always In the lead of every movement for tho betterment of conditions In Chicago. Alfred I). Horuor, the well known stationer, Is a veteran of the Spanish American war and ono of tho veter ans of Chicago's crack First Regi ment. Ho Is popular In tho buslnoss world. Tho Chicago Pneumatic Tool Com pany of 1470 Michigan avonue have the best motor truck mado In the Lit tle Olant. James M. Dalley, tho popular trus tee of the Sanitary District of Chi cago, Is a man of great exeoutlve ability and force of character. Matt Aller would maKe a good City Treasurer. He Is a sterling Democrat and has worked hnrO to put many good men Into public office. John J. Gcrnghty, tho well known button nnd badge manufacturer, now makes his headquarters at his big factory, 3035 West Lako stroot. I uorsigna uromers une resiauram, I at tho Southwest cornor of Orleans & Illinois streets, Is a great favorlto with hundreds of tho big business men and manufacturers In tho vicinity. Cor slglla Brothers have long held a great nnmo for their unrivaled Italian cook ing. Their Spaghetti nnd Ravioli have won well deserved reputations on ac count of their excolloncc. the slops o I Hi' Uliilll iIihii'mi, o itie Mlljesile hotel. I let- pink skin aglow ii n I unlet tered by talliletll. the gill he-llated a million! on ibe second step ii'niii ibe lioitom. simc.vod the bls, -t i eel, and ibeii Imldb sliirtcd iicross towaid Ibe nail., near the inlrauce to which I- a lake In which she would Iiiim luiiile .... ... ....Il..n .J. ...I I. .... M...... .... 1 .. I'll -MII'II -M-ll-IIIM' .1IIIIO 111 .ll gust Allei'lloon, Tinlllc lmmeilalel. lieeaua liml ill l ers slopped lllMllllll.v o gitxe. The ....i .i ...I.....I i i .i , CAht WALK OUT I" PUBLIC WITH - kJUT TOUR. . CLOTHES OM- -flQIflOEEO- more eniuiigled. I'hauireiirs iiillcemau foi got ti I it tu I trallle wouuill. lie leacbed her hist as Mini Hie peispliailou ami pursued the ,ouug woman, lie leacbed her' Just us u iiiubl run limn Hie hotel, nnd both s,.(.( u.. n, mhiic uioiiieiii. Sh. wus led back Into the hotel while rude men luiiglicd anil shocked women hurried tiwa.v. nnd I here It was explained thai she was .Miss Certrude Holland. She had been In tin- basement unit u maid bud piepared a bath lot- her, IciiNlug her for ii moment a Her removing her clothes, in (hat moment Allss Ce:i riule. who is tour, sturied for the park. Theatergoers Objected to Mr. Kirtes' Readings John Z. Vogelsang Has done much to make tho restaurant the attractive feature of Chicago life that It Is today. R. McDonald tr Clinton and Adams streets Is popular with printers, manu facturers and everybody else. Tho Akron Tire & Vulcanizing Company of 932 Jackson noulevard has a branch at 3927 Shorldan Road. They nro experts at repairing auto mobile, motor truck and solid carriage tires and vulcanizing in all its branches. William (Ruddy) Ryan, former wol tarwelght champion boxer of tho world, and ono of tho greatest mon of his weight, hailing from tho North Side, Is bolng much tnlkod of for al derman of tho 21st ward. Ho numbers his friends by tho thousands and would prove to bo a strong cnndldnto If ho decides to mnko tho race. )ITTSnritill. The ti'oume Willi Aievaniler Kirtes. us llim gentleiuaii iiilmlileii at a police staiion, lies mine system used In shooting the iluvo It's Into bis lii'iiil ui ibe Utile red seliooiois,i M(.,ir ,s hoylmoil home In Kansas. i lie mining u -lie snlil. wns ! h,.. uiidllile laetboil, which menus that al ler one has read a newspaper In a Mil.wa. or the captious In M miloii picture then lei- one's mouth s vx. huiisled. one's Jaw In limp mill one's neighbors nbsoliiiely gluiing. That was what btought Air. Kir les. most liliwllllugl.x. to the police sin Hon along with u pollcen uml m- uiliers. The adliilrers thought he hml dune something iiiiii'Ii holder ihiiu Uiidllile lemlillg. nnd their ml i meliid awa, with ilietii when ihe, beard the pollceuuin book the prisoner. The slx-teel scteccher ul u pioiuliient ilownlown thcaler where Air. Kiites spun Ids quarter had only seieeehcd llscll' hall' way through, when It he. ciime appiirent Unit either .Mr. Kirtes or those iiround him were going to get hurl. i:ery million Hashed up-m tho screen wns read aloud In a hlgb, salMlcd Fori of Milce, as If the visitor wero gloating over the ability to read. At the Iminli i-i'cl Hiere were iiiutierliigs, and ut the beginning of the lll'th someone li i ( .1 Mr. Kliies on Hie head, lie tapped hack and the familiarity which tit, i I blull-.'ht the police. i i'i h'jdt'v IiiiII'.'iiiiiiI ner bis arrest. And the police after . -i ." i s il lei In the liinire lie wear u tuiizh when gazli'v i p f i .! ' i : II' i '". WM1JB .fegk, s&$ Cooper Lyon, lor many years gen oral mniinger of tho big Rlshop & Rnhcock Company, foundor and or gunlzor of tho Alanufncturors' nnd Donlorfl' Association nnd a Hvo wlro in many big things, has accepted tho presidency of tho Stanyn Manufactur ing Company with ofllcos nt 1323 S. Allchlgnu aveiiuo. Tito company maitufnctures novoltlos for tho tnblo Hint mo tho bout In tho mnrkot. 'IVIriiliiiiu. HiiiuIiiIiiIi ni'JI EDMUND T. PERKINS M Am Hoc C i: llr.l Nutluiiiil Hunk HIiIk.. CIiIiukii, III. I'riaMi-nt nnd Clilof Knglncer l.'iliiiiinil T. IVrlilim Ciiulnfirliiu Co, ITmlilpiu Aiiirrliiiii Itrtliiiniilliin lVilrriitliiii William D. Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Ashland Block Clark and Randolph Sts CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 232S THE STEVENS BUILDING RESTAURANT 17 NORTH STATE STREET Open Daily From 11 A. M. to 9 P. M. Clubs and Societies Will Find This Place Very Attractive for Their Headquarters Randolph 5780 (Two Phones) Main 4711 Franklin 1822 Phone Auto 32-433 TRY IT NOW C0RSIGLIA BROTHERS Famous Italian Restaurant Special attention to banquets and dinner parties on short notice. HOME COOKING. SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY. "Good for Every Taste." Everything First Class. Fine Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars Selected Home Made Wine. 446-448 Orleans Street 341-343-345 W. Illinois Street CHICAQO Phones: Ccntrall 521, Automatic 41630 Open Until I A. M. New Roma Italian Restaurant Second Floor, One Door South of Grand Opera House 117 North Clark Street Best Table D'Hote Dinner Including Wine 75 Cents Lunch 50 Cents I. Pellegrini, Mgr. Iil rarvr if fa FRED. H. MARX Phone Central 4403 AUG. F. MARX Marx Beer Tunnel And RESTAURANT Sea Food a Specialty N. W. COR. DEARBORN and MADISON STS. CHICAGO ITALIAN & GREEK PRODUCTS CO. EMILIO LONGHI. Prop. IMPORTERS and WHOLESALERS ITALIAN - GREEK - FRENCH - SPANISH A INE8 LIQUORS and GROCERIES COHEN & COMPANY Wholesale Poultry, Game, Butter, Eggs, Fruits and Vegetables Hotel, Restaurant, Club and Dining Car Supplies our Specialty 108 West South Water Street CHICAGO Telephones! Franklin 15891590159115921593 Auto. 32703 WIGNALL-MOORE CO. RECEIVERS and DISTRIBUTORS FRUITS and VEGETABLES 19-21 West South Water Street CHICAGO The largest store in the best block, on the busiest street in the world 1518-1520 WADASH AVE. Telephone Calumet I40S ESTABLISHED 1863 C. H. WEAVER & CO. 65-67 W. South Water St. Telephone Main 968 53 Constructive Years in the Fruit, Vege table Commission Business and Butter and Egg Merchandising trade in this market. WHERE TO EAT THE KEG AND KETTLE, the latest and most unique of Chicago's refectories, is located in the Otis Building at the southwest corner of La Salle and Madison Streets. The entrance is from the main corridor beyond the elevators. S Here arc served the finest of vintages, brews and mixtures at modest prices. I There is also a luncheon service for business men. J Every detail measures up to the Vogelsang Standard. A?F.DBRUCHMAN Mnn8in Dlrcctrs M Prima Gardens Operated by the Rienzi Co. 626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY Corner Broadway and Clark Street Telephones Lake View III and 806 CHICAQO WHERE? "All Over the Loop' Chas. Weegh man's LUNCH ROOMS LOOK FOR THEM Tho Standard for Purity and Quality of Food QUICK SERVICE EstnblUhcd IS60 Phones. Superior 2793 Superior A71 Auto .13.127 Thomas J. Sauerman Restaurant (BL Buffet 548-550 N. CLARK ST Corner Ohio CHICAGO 75he Drexel Cafe Northeast Corner Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St. After Dinner DANCING for our Patrons AT OUR ANNEX Every Evening from 8:30 till 12:30.