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EAGLETS. THE! CHICAGO HI A G L. MM aw IMS i iin i i if n rr... i i . l ir '' ii 1 1 . .u I. j rt t v $&Mi v, 3 cd' ' : iZfiL'Jj'A t "? 'I'""" ' tff. tti t" " "Jit?'.','.'.'.' '.'.!'V't' ' '". Brief Career of Bogus Army Officer Ended KANSAS CITY. Tin- multlcii liiitislllnii from mi niin.v "Ik'Ulfiiniit" with nil til tl'lliiiiiliiir In ii inllllnrv iirlsmiiii' In utin-nltu r....i.w, i....... in !. -rt --- -- .-..,. .- -.... it.Hiii-i iiiii u irini in iiiu Vilrlmi At. Mii.wr, twenty yi'iirs old, H" ! (ill flEreR-B - WTvlf1EVER--L00MT fMlirnl iK'iilteiitlnry win ton tniich for lie uiih iirri'HtiMl on u churno of tin iMTKoiiutliiK iin uiiiiy olllccr uiul niMi hip liml clnckH iiiiKicKnIliiK 2,(100 In the Inst two weeks. "(Jlrls illtl It," lie hiiMioiI iih foil nil olllceis relieved lilm of Ills mil form iitnl Immletl lilm u suit of over nils. "I hiiw nil tlie.se other fellows he liiK Niilnte.l mill nil the kIi-Is lonklni: nt t Im-iii mill I couldn't eo why I eoiildn't he (lie snme wny. And 1 wns hnvlllK n meiit time hefore thev ciiiil-Ii! me. Don't let my fnther know iilmut mi". I'm willing' to o to Jnll mid do time. Just mi you don't xny iiii. thing nhout It. My dud Is n lil imtti In CIiIciiko nnd It would hurt his lepiiliiilon. "I Mire innde n lilt while I wns mi 'oillcer.' All the lrls were crazy nhout me. It wns this Hint nimle me keep It up." It wns lemiied Mnjei's fullier Is n wenltliy i-IoIIiIiik nierelmnt of CIiIciiko. Mnyer wns plueed In the enmity .lull In defnult or it !fri,(K)0 hond. .lust hefore Mnyer left hendiumter, mi nttrnctlve .Miun wonmn, Miss Tinker, wenrlnc n hnnilsonie set of furs, entered. "Oh, Isn't the urrext of l.letttenmit Mnyer Just too hiull" sin- kui-rIim!. "HeV such an uwfttl nlee hoyl" The .voting woiiuin Mild .Mnyer eiileitiilned her orten. He gnve her $.() with which to huy I'hiMiinis gifts sn. snhl. "Why, he gnve lue this set of furs." she excliilmed. "They eost $83. lie pnld for Iheiu with n 1iH) Mherty hond mid wo used the Sin chnngc for little supper." Mnyer told the police he hnd given the Southwest National Itank of Com. merce u worthless check for Sl.oot) In pnymeiit for ten S100 Liberty Loan hniids. When the .Noting wonmn left police headquarters she wns without her furs. Hut that wns not the worst. When the "nwful nice hoy" wns led from the holdover to the county Jail he did not even look In Miss Tucker's direction. Mnjer gnc dunces mid aided the locnl chnrltles. It Is said by the police tlint there are many other charnes tlpilus him. On the wny to Chicago he pusscil u check for .stMi on a hanker friend. Then he wired for J?40 more. The hauker grew suspicious and untitled the CIiIciiko police. Patrick J. Can ta making a good rucord as trustee of the Sanitary Dls trlct of Chicago. Charles McHugh, the genial propri etor of the Lexington Hotel, Is doing good work In improving conditions in the First ward. Judge John. J. Rooney popularity every dv. grows Id ! Wllholm Engel, me well known cigar manufacturer of 1936 Mohawk street offers a very superior cigar in both his "LaSuabla" and "Rambuss" (aw,itwuza7w? fL O IVITHA CREftl HOUSE Curt xjv f G3' F- z- t What Would You Do With a "Cherub" Like This? CIIH'AOO. lour e nious police otllclals at hack In their armchairs In the police station mid discussed n little hoy who stood hefore them. He hnd Mack e.xes mid n cheeks anil a eheruh's tnperlng chin, and with his cliuhhy little grimy paw he spun a top on the tahle, which was almost nhove Ids reach. "Vnu know, rrankle. you're the .MitiiiKest lxirglur In the United States und with a record Just about us lone as you are," Cnpt. .lames Corcoran told the little fellow. And there It was on the police hooks "Frank Itamhlch, seven years old. theft." The hooly wns u $1100 set of furs which the child had taken from the icsliicuce of Mrs, I'nriillne Itelchmmi. lie pushed his little lists up Into the air when they n-I.eil lilm Imw he did It. "Opened the window like this," lie said, with a serious Interest In e.ihilnlng his methods. "Thill kid's cle-cr Just like mi old crook at his Job," slid one of lily tumid". I'luiiMe was nli-uilicil In spinning the top. "What did .Miu do with the tins?" he was asked. "Sold 'em to a mail for 'JO cr'nts." "Who" I'ratikle hates to answer ipiestlons. and after several other Inquiries which lie replleilTo In a childish murmur he suddenly snhl. "Aw, It was a innn who had u horse that was green." And Hint sort of unsuer Is uli.iul nil they can get from lilm. Someone told it thill he recently took u ueranliim plant from u florist's wngon stnmllng he fore ii house, cllmlicd the steps of the house und pretended to he delivering the plant to lis destination. While the hniiM'Wlfc wondered who hnd sent the plant to her the ho, squirmed In through the open door, stole ."?." und two w niches llng on a drcsslnc ladle und skipped uwuy. Krunkle was proud of this uchlcw'iiicut, tun, us It was told. No one knows ulmt to do with the little hoy. "lie's loo little to keep III-.lull," sighed one of the policemen. "He Is tun .Milium li three ,ears to place In a corrective Institution under the Illinois stmiiie's. He will not stn, In school. They tell of lilm Hint he prowls alone In alleys m miIiIiiIl-IiI. Iielme iln, lluht, at iinnnday at any time In any place, coiuuilttlliu these crimes." A pnnnlal sehool for kIi-N was uruail li .luiltie Victor I'. Arnold, spi-nk. In-,' In fore lie1 Illinois Stale Teachers' association at the Couuress hotel, I'nr a iiumher nf ,ears tlcie lias lieiu such .in Institution In Clilcnuo for lm,s, he said, mid then' slioiild he one lor clrls. "The k'i! leaves scl I lo u'o to the i:ioles," lie said. "She gets out on the stieel and away I nun the lultueiice of her home und then she has only otic step fcithei- lo isii mid she Is a dellnquelit." Blase New Yorkers Stopped to Gaze at "Venus" Tom N, Donnofly would make a good Mayor. He Is popular with every body. Charles S. Tnornton, the well known lawyer, has honored every office 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. Polle grlnl la tho popular manager, grows In favor with tho public every day. Arrah J. Whlsler, president of the Akron Tiro & Vulcanizing Company, Is highly respected in the business world becauso of his clean cut and up right methods. Dr. Androw D. Wardo, prosldont ot tho Fort Dearborn Collcgo of Law Is ono of tho best educators in tho United States. His record is full ot fino achievements and his collcgo well do servos hearty support. Tho doctor has Just returned from Now York, whoro ho went to bid goodby to his son, who Is on ills way to tho battlo lino at tho French front. William D. Kiuge, president of tho Brazil Tiro & Rubber Co., may well bo proud ot tho record mado by his Raclno tires. Mr. Klugo always makes a success of ovcrything ha undertakes. AdolphKrausla always In the lead of every movement for tho betterment of conditions In Chicago. N ji:W YORK. tViiiiul I'ml; West, was lllled with noisy trallle und at the i Soeiii. second street cuirauce to the park a policeman was persplrluK us dlscuimiuled niNlcalis. trucks, surface cars mid park eipilpnues In mid- t ......... .1. it tinll I lllltll llllll nil I'l III J? -U fL&U v "sjryan s cr c-:wsv l v iKVi- DTK1 I YOUflC UDIES CIIT WALK out ii Public with out THUR. CL0THE5 OM- flOlftOErO. jL hi . I l.,flli.,ill V ll.tll )l Vlllllll. lllllV Wl-III'llIlT not a Mitch ot clothes mid appareiitl.x liappA snuulereil iiiajesllcally ilowti the steps of the llllllll donrway nl' llic .Mnjesilc hotel. Ih-r pink skin iclnw ami inil'ei teicd hy lalmeut. the ulil hesitated a innincnt on the second step from ihe lioltnui, siineyed the lill-. street, and Mien holillj slarted across toward the. iniil.. near the intrance to which Is a lake In which she would Iiiim1 iimile en ecclleiil t 'i uln'i- Morn or An- Bls Afternoon, Tl utile liuilleillalely liecallie more eiltailKleil. t'llillllVeurs anil drivers snipped luMnully to cuy.e. The policeuiaii foiKoi iilnnil trallle und the peisplratlou mid pursued the youn woman, lie icached her Just us ii iniil'l ran lioia Ihe hotel, mid hoth si..n ,.r nl the same moment. Sh- was led hack Into the hotel while rude men Inimhed and shocked women hurried away, mid there It was explained that she was Miss (iertrudo Holland. She had been In the liasemeni mid a uiiild had prepared a hath for her, Icuxlny her for a moment lifter reiiiovliiK her chillies. In jmt moment .Miss OeMi'iule, who Is four, started for the park. Theatergoers Objected to Mr. Kirtes' Readings PITTSIU'ROII.-The trouble with Alevander Kirtes. as llml ueutlcaiaii adialtled at a police slntlnn, lies In the svslem'iiseil In shontliiL' tln tin-...i irv tin' "ill'' i sciinninniiso near Ills lioyliood home iii Kansas. The leading It, 'he said, was by the audible laelhoil. which menus ii.-i'i i. ler one lias read a ilewspaper In a Mtbva. or the capllous In a uiotlou picture theater one's moiilh Is ex. baiisied, one's Jinvbone limp and one's IIcIkIiIioi-m absolutely (.'lurluf. That was what hioiixhl .Mr. Kir les. most unwIllliiKly, to th,. p,.,, Ml, lion aluiiK with u policeman ami ml uilrer. The admirers thought be hud dnne s etliliiK much holder than audible reailltiK, and their uiliub-iilnii iiielinl iiuii with them when Ibe.v heard the policeman hook the prisoner, The sl.vrccl scieecher at a piomlneiit ilowntown (heater where Mr. Kirtes spent his quarter had only screeched Itself half way llirotiKli, when It In came apparent that eliher Mr. Kirtes or those around htm were kohK (i w,t liui'i, Ciery capllon Hushed up'iu tho Bcreen was read aloud In a highly satisfied Foil nl' Milce, as If the visitor wero KhmliiiK over Ihe ability to read. At the fiiiuih ''eel there were inutlcrliiKs, and at the IickIuiiIiik of the llftb soiiieom) l: in l Mr, Kirtes on the bend, lie tupped buck- and the famlllaiity which In,' i I bimi'.-llt the pi'llce, "' "'i h'j.-h'v biilb:niiiit over his arrest, And the police after . it ,' i " m l h"l In Ihe luiure he wear a nuile when uazli'v il : ' ' :"'.. Alfred D. Horder, tho well known stationer, is a veteran ot the Spanish American war nnd ono of the veter ans of Chicago's crack First Regi ment. He Is popular In tho business world. The Chicago Pneumatic Tool Com pany ot 1470 Michigan avenue have the best motor truck made in the Lit tle Otant. James M. Dailey, tho popular trus tee ot the Sanitary District of Chi cago, is a man of great exeoutlve ability and force of character. Matt Allcr woum mane a good CUy Treasurer. He is a sterling Democrat and has worked hare" to put many good men Into public office. John J. Gornghty, tho well known button and badgo manufacturer, now makes his headquarters nt his big factory, 3035 West Lako street. Corslglla Brothers' fine restaurant, at tho Southwest corner of Orleans & Illinois strcots, Is a great favorlto with hundreds of tho big business men and manufacturers In tho vicinity. Cor slglla Brothers havo long hold a great namo for tholr unrivaled Italian cook ing. Their Spaghetti and Ravioli have won well deserved reputations on ac count of their excellence. John Z. Vogelsang lias done much to make tho rostaurant tho attractive feature of Chicago life that it Is today. R. McDonald tf Clinton and Adams streets Is popular with printers, manu facturers and everybody else. Tho Akron Tire & Vulcanizing Company of 932 Jackson Roulovard has a branch at 3927 Shoridan Road. They are experts at repairing auto mobile, motor truck and solid carriage tires and vulcanizing In all Its branches. William (Huddy) Ryan, former wel terweight champion boxer of tho world, and ono of tho greatest mon of his weight, hailing from tho North Side, is being much talked of for nl dorninn of tho 21st wnrd. Ho numbers ills friends by tho thousands and would prove to bo a strong cnndldato If bo decides to mako tho rnco. Into bis bead at v DIE? TOW!- Cooper Lyon, ror ninny years gen oral mannger of tho big nishop & Ilabcock Company, founder and or gunlzor of tho Manufacturers' and DonlerH' Association and a llvo wire in many big things, ban accopted tho presidency of tho Stnnyo Manufactur ing Company with oulcos nt 1323 S. Michigan nvonuo. Tho company iniiniifnctiires novoltios for tho tablo that nro tho host In tho market. Tflrlllillli ltlllliliillll !M?1 EDMUND T. PERKINS M Am Hoc C K llr.l Nutlunul lliink lllilic., CIiIimku, III. I'rxlilmt nnj Chief KnKlncer IMiiiiiml T, 1'i-rlillia Klllflllt'f rllm Co. I'rtalilriit AinrrKiiii lli-tluiiiiillun lYilerutlon William D. Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Ashland Block CUrk and Randolph Sti CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 23J5 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 CORSIGLIA 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. m r Xw ' J SI'mT' I f MS. ?2" 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. illlk 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 1589 1590 1591 1592 1593 Auto. 32-703 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 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. 5 Here are served the finest of vintages, brews and mixtures at modest prices. I There is also a luncheon service for business men. I Every detail measures up to the Vogelsang Standard. a!f.DBRUCHMAN "" Directors M Prima Gardens Operated by the Ricnzi Co. 626 D1VERSEY PARKWAY Corner Broadway and Clark Street Telephone Lake View III and 806 CHICAQO WHERE? "All Over the Loop' Chas. WeeghmaiVs LUNCH ROOMS LOOK FOR THEM The Standard for Purity and Quality of Food QUICK SERVICE ..:.- eh.. CtLlfcftaNQ l b mMS5-M -nr- LLV t'tfa nl V&ZZjS mMam! nlHBV -:-.-- M iNl'sl hiiMMfC?iri ikoniak." r-itz-ryxii:: IMPORTERS and WHOLESALERS I ITALIAN - GREEK - FRENCH - SPANISH AA INE8 LIQUORS and GROCERIES 1518-1520 WADASH AVE. Telephone Calumet I40S EstablLshcd I860 Phono Superior 2793 Superior 671 A u 10 3.1.127 Thomas J. Sauerman Restaurant & Buffet 548-550 N. CLARK ST Corner Ohio CHICAGO S6e 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.