Charles W Allen must pay for tailor's broken ankle - Pgh Post 20 May 1916 p1

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Charles W Allen must pay for tailor's broken ankle - Pgh Post 20 May 1916 p1 - (Continued on Page Four, Column Four) Beating...
(Continued on Page Four, Column Four) Beating Tailor's Feet Cost Policeman $675 Because Charles W. Allen, a negro policeman policeman of Pittsburgh, gave John Kava-lewski. Kava-lewski. Kava-lewski. a Russian tailor, a "hot foot'' while he was sleeping on a ceilar drmr j in Forbes street, near Brady street, he 1 will have to pay Kavalewski ?675. a jury in the United States district court decreed. decreed. Kavalewski testified that he was sleeping sleeping on a cellar door June 8. 1914. when Allen illegally, wantonly and maliciously assaulted and battered him by striking him on the soles of his feet with a mace, thereby breaking his ankle.

Clipped from Pittsburgh Daily Post20 May 1916, SatPage 1

Pittsburgh Daily Post (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)20 May 1916, SatPage 1
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