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M,0.., I 1 y 4 1: : , , I II - I-, S the sharp air of Autumn sends the family' indoors o-12411-enloY the delightful,- up. -- lifting entertainment of a phonograph, and you'll be assured of the fullestAleastire of satisfaction with a --.KIMBALL---the most perfect of all - - sou-nd reproducing instruments., Plays AU Records Many Models Variity. dr Cabinet : - - Designs Convenient terms if desired - t,iLi NI P-3 ALN 'Olt - - -:. - - - (CHICAGO-ESTABLISHED 1357) . , 1,.- .' , 306 S., Wabash Avenue - le t -- (Kimball Building) ., Pianos, Player Pianos, Photo- . , :, graphs, Pip Organs, Matto' - çJ A Rolls. Wholesale and Retail ' ,1 Dealers in Pathephones and -- .,. . .,- - Pathe Records... - . . a!a best to throw the game ,s to CihciT 1 .. " Then Qandil and McMillin i took us-all, one by one', away from the others and we talked turkey. They asked me my price. I told them $10,000. And told them that $10,000 was to be paid in advance. "" Cash in advanee, I said. Cash in Advance. and nothing lee.' "It was G&n4i I wan talking to. He wanted to give me some 'moneY.at the time. the rest after the games were PlaYed and lost. But It didn't go with me. ' 11, Sue. " I said cash.' I reminded him. ' Cash, In advance, and not C. O. B. If Yon can't trust me, I:-can't-trusit.you. Pay or rplay - - - - Stood Pat, Got His $10,000. "Well, the arguments went On for daysthe argumente.for some now and some later.' But I stood pat. I wanted that $10,0e0, and I got it" Ilow:I wish that. I didn't! " The day , before I went to Cincinnati I put it tip to them squarely for the last time that there would be nothing doing unless I had the money. " That night I found' the money under my pillow. There was $10,000. I Taunted it. I don't know who .put it there. But it was there. It was mY price. I had sold out Commy ; I had bold out the other boys. Sold them for $10,000 to pay off a mortgage on 't farm, and for the wife and kids. " Ten thousand dollars. What I had askedwhat I had demanded. Ten thousand dollars. cash in advance. there in my fingers. I had been paid, and I went on. -1 threwthe game. It Was illenr "If I had realized what that meant to me! The taking of that dirty . crooked moneythe hours of mental torture. the days and nights of living with an unclean Mind; the areIts and months of going along with six of the seven other crooked players. and hold ing a guilty secret; and of going along I I itures had been carefully compared with. the boys who bad stayed straight with their known resources. and the trid clean and honestboys who had soUree of their extra money run down, aothing to trouble themsay, it was He further intimated that the :lel!: . . , . , . dictments and conZessions of -the day " I- got the $10,000 cash in' advanc e. merely had "scratched the surface." that's all." and that other revelations more far ",The first ball I pitched," Clcotte reaching would be made. said. concerning 'thefirst- g'am "I I Mr. Heydler also is testifying," he wondered what the wife and kiddies sal& 4. Mr.. MCGTOLW will anDesx also would say if they ever found out-I was of their own volition, of course." a crook, yetI had the'$10.0100-" 1 The significance of Heydler's testi. JACKSON'S STORY Jos Jackson last night described his 'onfession to the grand Jury as felows: " heard ra been Indicted. I. de. zIded that thcamen 'Couldn't piit any. thing over on MO. up Judge qcDonald and told him I was an honest ruin. and that he-ought to watch this thing.- He said- to- tne know- you ire not. He hung - up the receiver In me. 1 " I thought it over. I figured someNody )ad squawked: got the idea that the place for me WiLS the ground floor., I said,. tell him what I " He said, Come on ever and tell -" it tone.' I went over. Promised $20,000; GM $5,000. " I -got in there and I said: got 5,000 and they proptieed me 820,000. All I got was $5.G00 that Lefty Williams handed me in a dirty envelope. I never ot the other 815.000.'IQ told that to Tudge :McDonald. " He said he didn't:care what I got, that if I got what he thought I'd ought to get for crabbing the game of the Ids I wouldn't be telling hiza my story. don't think the Judge likes me. I never got that $15,000 that was coining to um Dared Hint to ' Squawk." "-Before we broke tip I climbed Garl .-it,'.-wostilw db-;;;;.:1, -M!Y 4-r . 11 and and MeNtulun nd Risberg about it. . ,, , . .e. , e teed any others.. ., . They said me;" -You - uoor- slm0,- kb Two wieneeses,:. k 1,1e eteed. and squawk. Where de soil .get Dr. RaYmond. D. ., .: .-?. '',,,-Ites ,,',.'dfrf' e- )ff if you do? Well all 'say you're .d. Preity'inan. East - . -4,1,4. 'jar. And every honest baseball pjayer Fifty-that . etreet T.R..B.. -- le . -- - -.. 4 1 the world 'W-III-say -you're -a liar. and Grand boule- PRETTYMAN. You're out of luck.' . -biome efethe boys vardi; friend :of Buck Weaver. and -John Imre promised a lot more than you and' J. McGraw. manager of the New Tork ,,ot a lot leen. - Giants, who appeared to testify yes- ' That's Ivily I 'went down and told terday, were told they could not be Judge McDonald and told the grand heard until today. 'ury, what I knew about this trnmeup. McGraw and Dan O'Leary. veteran ' And I'm giving you a tip. A lot of Chicago newspaper man and ball player .1-.ese aporting writers that have been of the ante-Oriole days. furnished a bit roasting Inc have been talking abaut of pathos in the day's proceedings-the third game of the world's :series 1- "Eneugh to Break One's Heart.' being square. Let me tell, you 'acme- :, McGraw announced to all and sundry 'Ling. The eight of uo did one best to at it 'wan enough to " break an old :cick it, and little Dick Kerr Wo player'S'heartthis damned crook- n ;time by his pitching. Because he, won , "-tall edmss among men who make more In a ft. these gamblers double CriAitted us for wetk than we made in a year Nvben we Jouble croesing them. ' tough -. with our bare hands to keep the '" They've hung it on me.' .....They garne dean. Ile found a sympathizer " ceined me when I'. went to the'xhip- in &Leery. . anLe, but I don't care what happens "-Daneaelae told O'Leary. " I got my -.;oNv. I guess I'm through with base- first notion ef being a professional ball ',CI. wasn't wise enough like Chick player by watching your old team play was to beat them to itlo but some .of we didn't have any crooks monkeying -.hem willtweat before the . show is tvith the game then." over. L "It's 'bard to an old timer. John." Fears Risberg May Kill Him. : O'Leary replied. "When I think of how we playedfor a few dollars a ',,'" Who gave me the money? Lefty gameand how you played. It hurts Villiarns slipped It to me the night be- d.4e.ep. Ws wrong, John, to make a iere 1 left for Cincinnati. and told me " game Ilk. this crookedevery little boy I'd get the other $15.000 after. I de- ! tin the country has his bat and ball and ':.-treel the goods. I took Lettrs word looks up to the big leaguer as a hero fer it. .. Now Itisberg threatens ,to it's dead wrong." hump me off. if I equawk. That's why The old man choked back the tears. I oad all the bailiffs with me when I left the grand jury room thee after-, noon. Accidental Victim of -- Im not under err'-et yet, and I've .tot the idea that after what I told Policeman s) s Bullet Dies oem, old Jot Jackson isn't going to 'Ferdinand Broughton, 321 West ad- But I'm not going to get far Forty-seventh street, a laborer, who min my protectors until this blows was accidentally shot by Policeman ,yer. swede 's a hard guy." Lawrence Ilertnet t elm tie 1, ',tee e 'Ling. The eight of uo did our best to :cick it, and little Dick Kerr Irop ;time by his pitching. Because he, WiD f t these gamblers double criaülel us for Jouble crossing them. They've bung it on me: .....They me when t went to the'xhip1 anis. but I don't care what happens -.;ow. I guess I'm through with base wasn't wise enough like Chick was to beat them to itlo but some .of willi-tweat before the , show is c.ver. 1 1 'MYSTERY WOMAN' TESTIFIES I 1., , 'The confston s of eicotte end Jack. ' on put into the background tho 'leant q,ny of other witnessos who appeared, srlier and were t,onsidered of prime , nportance by-Assistaritt Ztattra Attoc.er Replogle. .. . ', ... t - I 'Mrs. Iientlefla iciiii-oy; owner 'cit as 1Dartment heuse :at &lit Grand boutsard, with whom eeveral of the players ed their farnMes live& gave testimony -.::'1.1ch Mr. Reploglerdeelarel ,,remsly Important" !kir.. Keliey her, . ,e:f denied that she had irivsn allY . . ..nportant inforniation. . " AU I know is that I'm fond of base-'All," she said, "and I know many of the players. I hope if there Is any,. ' t'.!ng wrong they. find 4t out" Aftee. : President fireydlee Testifies .. President ileydler of IA National ' ..lague &Imo was t witness. No hint of I li te nature of Ni teetimony could be 1 , -,Otainet from the prosecutors. Mr. . r.eplogle dismissed questions with his : '.,tock statement:. "It is of great Int. ortance." s ,. Attorney Aust-lan Inernated that 4rsater Importance is being attached to ;he confessions of Cicotte and Jackson than the circumstances warranted. .1Cr: CornIskey and myself, as his counsel," he said. " have been working ulk this for a year. We have spent a . . -I i -. - , , - - - .21, --- . ,e- ' - sourto of their extra money run down, He further .intimated that the Indictments and conZessions of -the day merely had "scratched the surface." and that other revelations more far "reaching would be made. - - "-Mr. Heydler also is testifying,' he said. 4' Mr,McGraw will aPPettr also of their own volition, of course." The significance of Heydler's teetimony appeared when it was announced two National league players Would be Isummoned by the grand juryShortstop Ivan Olson of Brooklyn and Second Baseman Johnny Rawlings of Philadelphia. Each Is said to have won a $2,000 bet on the first two games of the 191world's series. and Rawlings' is known anfong his fellow players as 1 one who bets only on a "sure thing." - The :announcement of the calling of these players was followed by the intimation from the state's attorneys office that the investigation soon would reach far, beyond Bill liaharg, former boxer; Lill Burns, a, retired ballplayer now promoting the oil industry of Texas, and Abe Atte, who so far hitve been named in the investigation as connected with the gamblers' end: Attel Is said to be blamed by the -players who were double crossed. '- - -More Sensations Promised. ) The grand jury recessed for the day with,the COIICIUSiOte Of Jackaortie testimony, but there , was promise of . 46,75,,,:---N., - more firewnrks to:. J Ai::-.4::1,-0,--,33A -- - ,.- great deal of 111r. Comiskey's money to ferret It out. It b laecause of our Investigation the lidhas been blown off the scandal."' - Suspects trailed- for. a Tear. Air. Austrian intimated that every suspected player had been watched from the moment Mr. Comiskey's suspicions were arouse& when the last world's series began; that their expend - :,:,,,..,';i,!.;:0 day l ''s : -''' '' -:., ,''i:'',''',:il . - "10 hater ' there'll be hte ' ,-,,e 1 tr'90 1 and , be t ' more of It," Mr,'--';)i.'P:,;-7 t,:tf.'":.,1 - -1, ,,,2-I pi:,,:i:::::',It s 4's ., -4:,:::',4 i',,4,'-':,P.: Replogle promised. Ile declined to say 0 rft.!.!, whether inmiunitY 4 . ,,,!;:gV,i.;4i liad been prom- ., ''' l',..i,:ii? . Led Jackson and . p:4p:: '44i0c:, . .:.:,::.:!:1 eicatte Ur whether: :::,,7,- ;,.- it would be prom-n , ,,. : teed any .other.. z , ;', i,, 4 , 7. TWo witnesses, 3 . . :-,,? ,4'.;-'4 . - - aN --,,w -, 174 ... Dr. ItaYmOnd. Tz ,---- .:r. -li,11.r ,e,i0) - prk-tylmine -Eatit ' 4--.'''Ad' . ' Fifty-first . street .,I., rtrt.. B. - B. -- - --J and Grand boule- PRETTYMAN. vardi; friend of Buck Weaver. and John N . . ,, . ,k 7" Pee I lt,,,I I- ers.egs'-'-: '14subs,r - ,!I - i. So e ling , J.,- ....., :LE ',1 it ez, ---.... ti::.)47, ......., , .., , , ,., .......,t, . , r ft ,:tr,,,.:.1.17-7-,..:,-,1 -, zr..- -,.-, . . e, ,.,.. -- v.i.--til , -- . 4.. ,, . ,.., ..... : ,r , .7-1 ...4 .., 4,,,,,,,t,t.,,,t,i.tr ,4 -e4 ,S,-.., ,120.;- Tyr, I 1 1,4 ,,, ' , r- ' ..... .,,,o ,,rorrr wr-1.- Arr, r, , - r, ,, -.;S -. .e r AI ' Ormoi. - '' - 1 ----;.--- Ill - -40.,..1-1---vo. q 1 . toiet-aorrep.-- ,- ::,' , -7744,141Foc,,,---- . Ili f - ,,t,',7,..r, .1.r--' ' -,.. - 1 - , -- e, --A ,,,,,- ;. 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HEYDLER. -7 - itii 1111111111 Mrs. Henrietta Kelley. the "mystery woman" of the baseball scan. dal.- She arid Mr. - Ileydler were called bY the - grand Jury yes. terday after Cl,cotte and lack. son had confessed 11111111111 MECUM 'WEAVER FELSCH DENY THEY TOOK PART IN "FRAME" Buck Weaver, when seen just after receiving notice of his suspension. declared he never received any, of the money said to have been distributed. and denied all knowledge of the deal to throw games in.the world's series. He said his own'record in the series of 1919. in which be batted .333 and made only four errors out of thirty chances., ought to be a good alibi. "Any man who bats .333 is bound to make trouble for the other team in a ball game.". he said. The best team cannot win a world's championship without getting the breaks. The Athletics were the best team in the country in 1914. but they lost four straight to the Boston Nationals because the breaks were all against them. And nobody ever accused them of laying down." - - "Happy" Felsch also denied basing any part in the " frameup." ' It's all bunk as far aa I am concerned," he declared. " I've always been on the square. AU I want Is a chance to face the grand jury." anny" O'Connell, Loop Cabby for Fifty Yecrs, Dies Daniel M, O'Connell. one of Chicago's veteran cab drivers, died yesterday at his home. 111 Delaware place. - Danny: as he was popularly known, drove a cab on State street fur more than fifty years., Potter Palmer, Marshall Field. and other millionaires and prominent men about town of three decades ago were numbered among his fares. He started driving a cab when he was 16 years olds and could remember the early days when many of his fares were Indians. - - - I WITNESSES IN BALL SCANDAL MRS. HENRIETTA KELLEY. - 4a:4 1 FIRST CROOKED PLAY OF SERIES TOLD IN DETAIL , The first crooked play of the worM'e series, of lpla happened -in the fourth inning of the first game at Cilleill natl. The score at that time was 1 to 1. - Roush, first up, filed out to Felsch; Duncan singled to right. Kopf tapped an -cagy .grounder to Cicotte, who is rated one of the best fielding pitchers in baseball. There was ample time for a double play- which would have retired the Side. - , Cicotte drew his arm back to throw to second base, then hesitated and finally threwi to Risberg. The throw was low and to Risberg's left.- whereas It should have been to his right for the relay- to first base. Risberg stumbled over the bag. which left him in bad position: Risberg had to keep his foot on the bag to- retire- Kopf and then straighten up for the throw to first. Duncan was retired, but the delay enabled Kopf to reach first safely. At the time it was explained Cicotte delayed his throw to second because Risberg was not on the bag. Ball- t players never wait for the receiver to reach. the bag, but throw while he Is' on the. run toward- it- Risberg's slow' relay to first was. explained by the fact he was out of position in Making the throw., , . With this chance to retire the aide dissipated, Neale. Wing, Ruether, Rath, and Daubert made safe hits in succession and five runs resulted. Cicotte then was removed from the slab. Wilkinson, who succeeded him, retired the next batter and the side when Groh hied to 'Nisch. IIIMMIN.MOIMIIMP "BUNK," ATTEL NEW YORK OFFERS ALL I FUN ITS GREAT RUB, SA.YSr111.1. BLOW' Tv )rk , ' ASSIST:COMISKEY LID SKY HIGHI'll He Blames Rothstein for Linking Name to It. New Tork Sept. 2,8.---..-ESpecial.3-- Abe Atte'. former featherweight charnPion, was angrY today when he learned lktabarg accuaed him of " ing" last year's world 'a merles with $106,00 at the Hotel Astor. There was a deal at the Astor, he sant:Ana he'd "'shoot the lid sky high with the story of it soon but he was not a party. to It. s He accused Arnold Rothstein of naming him in connection With IL - Neither Attel nor Rothstein could be fou' nd after. the receipt of the news of the confessions of Cicette and Jack. eon. , Ex-tighter Is Enraged. Attel was conversing with friends near a score 'board in Times square. I Approached by a reporter. his face tiered up and his voice took on a high pitch aa he exclaimed: " You can say that the story Placing the reaponeibilitY upon me for paasing the $100,00O to the White Sox la a :ie. It looks to me that Rothstein is behind these stories. I am surprised, because I have been a good friend of his. 'elle is simply trying to pass the buck to le. It won't go. I have tetalned a lawyer and in a day or two I will shoot the lid sky high. Some one is trying to make it ap . pear I waa responsible for the deal at the Aator. I was not. Rothstein is trYinig to whitewash himself. story of the fake telegrams and all the rest, as far as I am concerned la all bunk." Deilledi Gambler's Complicity. At Rothstein's home a member of ; hie family said: "Igaharg's story 'of the meeting at the Hotel Astor is substantially correct Arnold' Rothstein was never in on the deal at any stage. He told me he was much Surprised when the proposition was put up to h.fm and declared to Burps and the other man present that he didn't even think it could be done. " The ether man, Arnold said, was a stoutish fellow of medium build and he didn't know if it was,Maharg or not. "A few days after he turned these fellows down Arnold was annroached fellows down Arnold was approached by Attel, but arain he refused to have anything to do with the proposition. ' As ter; Attel's statement that the t ' &IT, it was intimated last, night by Hetipresent stories originated with Arnold, ry H. righam. foreman I am sure from what Arnold told me. BrsOf the inquisi- tonal body. - - - ,-,--;:;kz ..i, t that - Burn& and Attel themselveS did Mr. Brigham refuse-4 ,to' Alscloee era all the talking. , of the information gso far obtained. but ' , declared that the eight-mee already ITV LOSE ON SERIES? dieted were apparently- "only...tools of a . ., gambling ring whose rem1116tions exGEr'A. FRIEND tend everywhere that professional base- . - ball is known." . -- 4- , . - -,: ": .. : TO SUE - -FOR YOU it is plainly evident,' that:-Oorne of , these boys yielded to the inthiences of h;ow that the world' e series games of those whose narnee will tioubtlesa Lot1919 are known' to have been, ," fixed." low in the list of defendants later-,en," there is'muclt talk among the bettors -Mr- Brigham declared. " T ryttrpaibize about suits to. recover money loot on with some of therm They were foolish, the White Sox.- , - unsophisticated country. boys,- whe However. Abe Illinois law steps in yielded to the temptations placed in I with the motto "Losers weepers." rn- their paths by the .experienced gam- , der the revised statutes if the loser i biers. - - , does .-not bring suit within six months ' I hope the cleansing procesa Of thiS then any citizen an file trait for recov, I investigation will extend to all the sore ery and recover twice the amount lost. 1 spots in the sporting world." . -.-; , Ralf this amount wo'ild gr to the coun- Mr. Brigham was asked if the grand ty and half to the informer. jury, which ends its work-as-such to-- It has been almost 'a year since the day. will be empowered as a. special beta were made. If the losers aue grand jury and carry on tkelnyetigathey'il have to do it through thee- tion indefinitely. 7 friends. - - - - - . " That is the present- VIM ' be -re - plied. - , (A intac . t :oar:aunt. averse platseetxoankeidngte phublgeri i 7edievidt.r1.e'reegt - this time because such- a step-mtould ILI IICILINS CZIATIUT ELIFSPAPLA hamper its efforts to reach the guilty ------------------------ persons behind the conspiracy. -- , Now that the world' s series games of 1919 are known-to have been, :4 fixed." there is'much talk among the bettors about suits ta recover money lost on the White Sox.- -' - - However. 41.e Illinois law steps in with the motto Losers weepers." Under the revtsed statutes if the loser does not bring suit within six months thevt allY citizen can tile suit for recov, I cry and recover twice the amount lost.' Half this amount wo'ild gr to the county and half to the informer. - It has been almost 'a year since the beta were made. It the losers aue they'll have to do it through their friends. - - - - Vol. XII. Wednesday. Sept. 29- No. 234. Published daily at No. 7 South Dearborn Streeti .fhibrgo. Ti nil nParitbe.a. exceot P tit! Zones 5.1r. uand 5-1Daily with bundaw:oue yen:rs. 5 6. 7. and 5---.Paity vittz t buttclai. one Year. 1 6'6.00. - --MAIG firBSCHIP170.11 PRICE. Zonal I te 4 inelusiveDau1y..,$7.50 ;ler pear Zones-') to 8 InclusivpDai1y..612.00 uer year yalleied 701 ftt,oed C4 aall Matter. June 3 1808. at tate Pontottice at Clticeau. . under art of litareh a. 1870. !' A 5 - -t- . '''' NMN? YORIC.: Sept -23.---The entire New York Yankee baseball . team. front its 9100.000 home run champion. Ba'oe Ruth. to the smallest bat boy. were offered to President Comiskey of the White Sox today to offset the wrecking ot hit team by ,te1 suspension Of the seven active players indicted for fraud in--the 1919 world's series. ' - Col. Jacob C. Ruppert and T. Li. Nueton, owners of the Yankees. sent the following telegram to Comiskey tonight: , '. - " Your - action in suspending these players. although it wrecks your en tire organization. and perhape your II cherished life work. not only challenges our admiration. but excites our sympathy, and demands tactical assistance. IYQ11 am making &terrible tiaerifice to preserve the integrity of the game. So i grave knd unforeseen an-emergency 1 I require, an unusual remedy.: ,... -" Therefore. in order that you may play out your schedule and. if necessary, the world's series, our entire club i is placed at your disposal. I "We are confident that Cleveland t spOrtamanship will not permit you to I lose by default, arid will welcome the arrangement. We are equally certain that any technicalities in carrying it out can be readily overcome by action of the national commission. " ..Tacon C. RUPPERT F. L. Maws." , . ' csNrr BE tiONE. , "It's a splendid offer and one I appreciate from the bottom of my heart; but I'm afraid there is no way I can, accept Comiskey raid when in-: formed of the offer of the owners Of the New York Yankees. The league rules forbid any .such action at this stage of the season." BOSTON OFFERS AID ;I Boston, Mass.., Sept. 22.--H. Ii. Frazee, president of the local American league club.. tonight said he believe it to be the duty of each club in the league to give one of its players to, the Chicago White Sox to assist in Us rehabilitation, in case the Chicago., players indicted by the grand jury aryl, found guilty. He announced he would make such an offer on behalf of ids, own club Immediately. PLAYERS TOOLS, t IS IMPRESSION1 OF JURY'S CHIEF D ESPITE its exclusive convenience features, the Hartmann Wardrobe Trunk is not expensive. Measured by its years of service it is the most economical trunk you can buy. , Notable examples are the Hartmann. Wardrobe Specials, $68.50 and $8850. Other styles from $42.50 to $300.00. A ismottstrat;on entalls no obb.gettseou 2tartozartn32711dc 626 South Michigan Ave. , , 1111 North Wohash Ay.. (Adjacent 131tickstono Hotel) (Opposite Morelia Fie Wm) , Inommowanikeft...., 2s,,".?êt.,.1111e2r1'. t - ' 1VittNt - , - a.4t I ' 1 - le7.t."1". I k.: - , , ;-"4..----,F ,NV:t t , V. 4 -NN..N--F,,,v -.A )11".11161464.-t. - - : , 4 .4, 3- - 411 OCEAN ern-4318MP MtiTMIENTIS. - Arrived. Port. -- MOBILE New York -- MATSONIA Frandeco COREA MARO Manila AQUITANIA Southampton IdENONIINEE &ailed. - Port. - LA TOURRAI'NET... WATEAWA Crtiney - 14 The investigation by the grand jurly of the baseball scandal will not stop - - with the Indictments returned yestet - . - :. 111. 1 r111..1M.11...M. .......1 Flist Trust and Savings Bank - ,dgavK capitaand suiphis $11,750.000 , : James B. Forgan, Chairman of the Board Melvin A. Traylor, President , . :,'it,ujl,7-',..1';0-14 : : 4 i pi li (11 ( , tl I 1, I ( 1 - are opened everS, business day with one 'dollar or more and are allowed 3 in-., terest. Opening an account is a very simple matter, and the officers of the - Savings Department are glad to be of assistance. Depositors are assured the same safety and the same friendly, help- : ful service that has given this bank the - - confidence ,of 114,000 depositors, and, savings deposits of over S58,000,000. The stock of this bank is owned by the - stockholders of the First National 'Bank of Chicago, and combined resources, of s.both banks- exceed $380,000,000.. ' "-T.;,nling Flours far.Sávings, - - Daily 1 a,, ,to 2,, p. ntr Saturday 9 a. rn. to Sp. tn. -- vo11 Toctirhorn atAloilroe Chicano CIV.'1 .trrrtist an' d Saviridgs Bank Mille11111:1MMIltilIMIT:21111111111111MELIMIIIIMICM31141111:3111iTEITEMIZZLIMLIC2111Ta - , Stetsbns DON'T think of a Stet. - -son as a cowboy's hat billy; that's how they start- - c-ct years ago - - . Today the e, M.L-It Stetsons are very stylish.iNéwdnes -3 1 1-1 for young men are Other hats, $4 up. ' tJI,I1Ct flats, f up. UllWIP 11P-au:rice Rothschild imiuMB : 3 .kltrocey u Southwest corner reled Jackson and Stage ' Chiaa St. 111 , Wausigis i ""'"""""741, i4trijr."127111 r I IL irs. U. 3 5 , - , xYith one' .A is a very !rs of - the Ito be of ;sured , the - 'Idly, help-. bank the - -- tors, and, - 8,000,000.. Led by the )nal resources , ;0,000,000. ' 4 U. 5 1T1 pe IS N re I1A -- ---:-- -. - - - : 4 - - 1 I -116 OP'-"".,...-----oo..,-- --..o.-- . , 1 , , 1 ,rv....w....... - i I ' l i , .clat , f r 1 11 I i i ' I III ''-'1. t ---e- '-------------7 l' - - - I 1 ----31 21 a i E:r4a I 11 i ar. - ' 43! :11 1 r"--71 1 ! :1'11:1 1 0. t-t- r- - i 111' - , ,1,-- 1 - , ;1 I --' .,...-ti s, ..),;:n t, 1 , 11 I ,1 , :, 11 tt ioli, 1 ;r I - li mut Ili If:. AirlaJ:.7------j---11 I , 1,J1 1, ; ! ,,,, , ' 1 IT - -Tr : 1,, . . ,IF. r , :1 1 1117., .. ....., 11 .0 , , 0 , ..i..1,4,",, ,T,7,.,;771 il : , qrzt If '44'; kt --: A' t --10f---Sol-,-4- 11 ' vittjt.it ,.,;::114 : A ,, Tr-:..---:--aí,--al.- 4112;,-;rioi 1'. ' '.-:2. '' 1'4;7 rte,:-.-ses'"al. goy, ,i-, a , et ,,,, 5.7,..,.. T;5000- 4,c" OVIloi, I i ...,; .i k...414; 1 1 6177,:'!,5), qb -. , ,,;,.,,,,, 1 11 , aro .W1 '1 j; lit M,C:..f- e :, Y 14' ' L4- 1, : tf 4.e, - 1 . . d i I AYmimoi.ES) i ti 1 I .;'' 1 . .r L I f '111 i , A ' Illf ommon: SI 1 -': i 4 V OM 1 1 ---," 4 I ;,.1 ' is- ---3, 1, ) , ill ir,,s,k,'T ,f i 1. l's ''' Villir ,,, 6-.)fia-z ity;,- , ' 1 1 14 1 -,yx----."-,-1v o ,, , a ,z, I i '-' I , I II!! . I , : ,. pHokqo G RAF) i. 4 (,, 1 i 1 i - -. . A s the sharp air of Autumn ;I .i - L A sends the family' incloOrs I t i -7-- --y- o-u'll-enjoy- the delightful,- up- ( i -- lifting entertainment of a . phono- I 1 - ' ' -graph, and you'll be assured of the ' I i . --, . -.. - fullestAleastire of satisfaction with a It I - -. I .. . --.,KIMBALI,----the most perfect of all s o u n d reproducing - instruments., ::, 1 1 , t ; . ... Plays Alt Records - - - . . 1 . - - Many Models, Variety -df'Cabinet . I ' T.-- ',:, ' - - - - -- -' Designs -; - , k I - -. - -Convement terms if desired - - I i , . - . . f VW . A Elite 13 AL y CO 111 ! 1 : ----- -- oW: a. , . ,---;! ,- 7- ' (CHICAGOESTABLISHED Issn ', ' i ' ::. : .'. ' '. - ' - 306 S. Wabash. Avenue ' - , -i : 7 - i -1 - .. 1 - -7' ...' - 1 1 .. 1 , t .. 40. - -(Kimball Building) , Planes, Player Piano, Phone- 1 1 graphs, Pipe Organs,' Matte - - $ 41 . Rolls. Wholesale and Retail ' I : Dealers , in Pathephones and ' . , I .... - N. Linde , Pathe Records, - . 0 , . i'11- . - . . , 11 . 11...... .... ------- ....... . . - - - - - -- - Ab ! 1 ...., - - , 1 FirstTrust arid Savings Bank (11; - , 1 ,., , . i ' 14-T' Capital and Suiplus $11,75omoo ! , I L --JIL, :TS ',14,1,001 w Ali. -imtld,..1. ---..- -:. - - . 4 S t 4 . 0 .. James B. Forgan, Chairman of the Board ' .1 ., Ji., - . "::: - 1 :. -- . ... - ... . ' - Melvin A. Traylor, President ,:; ::.;!--- lilt I E I ,N - ff --;-:-::2:;,:i.-:;,5,4,,,."-iil.,7-;,.---:A0..i.i.4.4.--,:;:-:..,:::::.. I I ; I , . . , . -- --- . - -- 4; --4, -- - -Banking Hours. for Savings, I - - -.Is - -, -.. - - - . -. ..--. -. Daily St a, in... to 2 p. in, $atuiday 9 a. n-1. to 8 p. tn. i S . . , ) -,, ,....,.1.-- . - . -If l - - -, l'i., 4.,...,.17.4; . )., - - . - .- - - -.....t..r ..z . '3,1: -'''Dctirhorn atAlon. roe Chit ,, i-' ..., . . 4 4 0 li 11 , ,7,, . . , . ;. . ,, .,, -,-,,r ! Fibitirnist and Savings Bank ,, ., - ( , - , ts P .. to; . moiWynagrivacto.aletstiot-vartatioomm. --- . A.,,... WZ; ,, , , k .A4 I ie 11 ft t Pi tr I Vi 1.1,11,4. tpx ,.!:11111.1:57mi711:.! !TIT 1171:111111. IT:211MMICTIIIPMELIM1111111114'7:110011MINZLEM111171H: 10.1 ;1!, pensive. Measured by its years of ervice it 1,,,, , .;,,,,,,,,,,,,;i1, :1!:i,, t , '----,--------,, .- . .5 .., - . , '..' . 31 T-71 a ''- - --- - - ---- .LI-- '-- ' . . - t .-- . .7g) 94 .- , --- ' l't P4ilt 14 I : 11':1 ,,, --------, 8 r'---s--- -,,-----z: t --..1",.; -:"------:-------14 c) 11! a ' s ( " " itaijoirlt., S . I - I ,t,...---0215 ,.....j A...,.........364! AO . I ------ t, 1 -!'' , - t .., . ..,,, tiii.,,,,,,,,,ft; - . . ) . . , , ----:--, ,-----, 1 , . 4 t - i g - a- . , .alawal...Er -----7.: . '' O. , n , 4) ' ! ( f a , A p 2 a t 4 , '. . - , ' r DESPITE its exclusive convenience features, . !. , ,-, , , a' ' the Hartmann Wardrobe Trunk is not ex- . ; --g . , ,... . , - - - F. - ;--- t -- f-t , iti s .1! s ., - - - , : - - - 41.- 'I.' l i 1 . Is the most economical trunk you can buy. i . . , . . . ' , .,, . S. NA . t ' g 5 , Notable examples are the Hartmartm Ward- :It C g ,,. , , ; g --- . 1111,-R Stetsons - - robe: Specials, $68.50 and $88.50. 1;-. Other styles from $42.50 to S300.00 - ., b --- A Stetsons are very design,: , 0 . a ::: P , .-- ...y .A.,4..,4,11.t. ILLgaill L.L1. - :;::' . S - - - -- -----..y ---,- ,,c1 ..,.... ,7,,: ,-1,k:, ' - 1 it i:7' , I stenwitstrat;on entalls stss ebb.gesstseou A I.' I DON'T think of a Stet . ' . .......,...e' Mr. Replogle- deelarel was l ex. --- .-.-...-- ',:.1:;:,1-., .: .: , ; .. t-son - - i remely, important" !Um Keliey her- ---- -,---,--,!--,!, ('- 0 Ntn. ety-an-d-Ntne we - , -1 ,,,,-,,..,:r , ,, ,p,, ,-,. $ ,...2,- IR ,- . e:f denied that she had given any .---- '1.----- "----111- - -- ..-, --w- I , -- - -- .,---,--1- 1-71.- -7 7 6 r - nportant Information. ..... ,F,11,4-,,,...5.- ,,,,- ,,..4.-1 - OUT own models in STYLEBILT H .:: artrnaarli7r1111C e nr T ed years ago.: Today the ,. . . . a,- i,, ,.., as a cowboy's hat . a 4. "Ali I knOw is that I'm fond of base. ---- -'' - - , . . ., ....... ,,.....-- .., . , , . , 'All," she said, "and I know many of ..,---, eese!..e.t 44.j.tu A-3'o. 1 C ' '.0 : :- Fall Suits and Top oats. , . A T 626 South Michigan Ave. , 1111 North Watash Avo. t , N, . . 1 the PlaYera I hope if there is any'. --;..---... 4,4.4.;-r!!se ----- 0 e (adjacent elackstene Betel) (Opposes illerskeet Field's) ::, -411 7. H. 1.-, 1.. .'-:;opl) that's how the start- M.1,-It .. , e .1,... tre, . . e, ' ' ing wrong they. find 4t out" - 's 'c . !!----...--:. 4-1,141,4171'rp4,:lriert. ii 14 - . - t - -4 " ,k I President ffeydler Testifies ..--- - ,,tt,'" ;!.--- 11,':7-4: 'Ir. Priced With Becasserka -- . 4 styll'IsTohl::;gNmew-e.nPan 1 are -5 1 0 President ileyclier of the National -..ci-A 0.:-rito, A f , -wife , : 2 Only One Profit - ' -1 By The PProducer 05 ', T . . - .,...e- ,1 ,...,,,,- -,- -- a .,. 1 ' . ,ILt.gue &Imo was a witness- No hint of eleat Nt Iv-, ' ,v-1.4.49.-.' 1 ,I." 40 - ,..,-,c4.-- i , J -,,,,-- t-;,--t:-(-,,,-;:)----------5.--- ----- , .:,! . i --- for a . ,1 ,, .1 nature of N. testimony could be .1t;ds: --':rCj kc, 4 . . -1.4 3. i. 9 --,, . , S L . . , II ! : .--L c..-N4--.ta r- Other hats, $4 up. N -,btainet from the prosecutors. Mr. :pgml Zeplogie dismissed questions with his . : :.,tock statement:. "It is of great im- . ortance." ' s , ' r- - tl.. ,c Zi . Fin, . . ,, .... . , . : .r . ., , :... 14 -,. . k . 4 --40, qfeHILTO- ,''',''t: : -Attorney Atuit-dan in-tfinated that -:- 4,14 1 1 ' 'Ir. 14- Cl State Ss I e - 'a. ai 0 --- - - - .; N:. 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D.,Aie - Icor t 1 C r I Irm........,.....w 01011SChba!ms I 4' yik this for a year. We have spent a 1 Illi..0 - . ..timodomaintalz070717 t ,.., ', I - - 7 ) -.. - - .. ..- ' -. "t. - - - . - ?- . - ... . . . - " - . 7 , auall """M".""""rrl""""rl"IT47,7"r4A969741"liAO".AAA"'""t, 74,4.0(Mil""0"nialttl"r7.4wklieS1211"1979916.1""r 941949"4"".""114' . .. A ' . ,,.. .7 -1..b ' - , I , ,..4 el 4, a-- 111,41,-- .11.9k. , .tha 11,, -II.,".... 4,I,,,. CIL A ., . , IL : 1 -. T - -x.? e t, . c-1 - 7 - - 11 - stylish. New ones $ 0- -,------ft)1,. ... ,..---- ..- 3 .,-,---,-,----.,;,--- . ,,. for young men are - . g .., .,, . ',,,, ,1,,. -t u, , ,,t-,..it,. rIttsobe 1-te CA tif- S , - --,--f::152JP3TeSis Other hats, $4 up. s - I , 4 N 4 : 1 F ; ONIMINEt t 1 best to till natl.. , " Then , ' took us -ar the other! They ask( them $10, 1 ; that $10,01 ranee. , ; Cash ir : s Advance. ar ', : "It was ( , wanted to , time. the r Played and - ' with me. t y. 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