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'4 rITICAGO. SUNDAY' TRIBUNE: MATICII 22. 1931. fr I PART 1.--PAGE SitirOLICE SPY AS JURORS I STUDY REPORTS Nect Parade of Wit. resses to Be Called. , Feeley sub. former undercover Actieg Folic,. Commissioner las Alrock, who IS reported to have iterated to the special grand jury trogaistieg police corruption. was! in setessten yesterday in a remote part telenty jail so that no efforts to to made to intimidate her before ler return, to the jury room tomoricy seertoeg. In th meantime Inestlamtors for Assistant State's Attorney Charles I. Mueller were busy oozing the copies of the secret pops reports which were turned over to as pry by alre. Kuh. As g result of the expos made by te former police spy a parade before es Jury of police officials as well as hall officials is expected to start ;Tuesday or Wednesday. It is re-reed tbat tbe Oirers intend to call before them every police official named by Mos- Kul) either in her testimony KW reports, and give them an or,- ,rrtlicity to corroborate or deny her chop& Gives List of Informers. ret only del Mrs. Kell give up bor Pr.ret InfOrMatiob, but she unwittneyeurrished the jurors with a com1:ete list of underworicl informers. I The names of these informers are angdered of vast importance to the peas because it will give them an peortratity to call for questioning these persons and perhaps get addi- ' teal information which they did not emaish to Mrs. Kub. It was discovered yesterday through slmission from a member of the jury that each secret report rendered by Ire Rub to the acting police commis- toner contained at the bottom of the etet the name of the person supply-es bee with the information. Reports Deal with Loop. This urns juror revealed that Mrs. tub spent considerable time investiWing conditions in the loop district and spying on the captain then in charge. Many of the reports deal with this situation. it was announced. Tam reports reveal, it is reported. , bow little time the captain actually pent in his station attending to police Ante and of bow various policemen assigned to patrol the business district pent their time in some of the hundreds of speakeasies or gambling plates which flourished in the district. la this connection Mrs. Kub also Pealed, it is reported, that she turned seer touch of her information hated about downtown conditions to an agency not in anywise connected Ye police business. The jurors, It is reortet are contemplating summonitg these persons to End out their interefil In conditions and why they ronsered Mrs. Kub to a city ball efficial. who in turn recommended her b the acting commissioner for a spy. Tells of Buying" Attempt. Another revelation made by Mrs. Ina in one of her reports, a juror said. vas that a certain police official deal:tee promotion had told her that be paid ISO() to an attorney connected vita the city administration to as. pre him the desired job. The promos Was not forthcoming and the poles tncial complained to Mrs. Kub. k is reporte d. and she in turn passed The itformation along in a secret Mort These officials are also to be leantone& Detectives Pat Bourke and Tom rock working for the last two weeks en some secret assignment for Act-a!" Commissioner Alcock. are also ereerted to be among those called be-the Jury ss a result of Mrs. Kub's itm!raon)". They have been reported Various times as having worked i.th ter in investigations on the west !tie. - ! They are now assigned to duty at !Th. detective bureau but f the la t If v , or e s ra'reownectaert ret ported to have been he commanding offi; ler becatme of the private assignment I troa the acting commissioner. They ,17qttarile Into the limelight several ago when they raided the 'Int" on North state street and taaled into the station many society boons. i wag also revealed yesterday that rand Jury got Its first break, not it.ott Through Mrs. Kub's desire to re:ere herself of a four months' con- lifeloot- sentence Imposed by Chief Jus- ;Ike John P. McG ;eat cou oortY of the Crirn- te... rt, but through a jealousy ex- ! -"4 between Ned Ragland, her col- ;trod Imland. and George Miller. who ' her chauffeur. It was Miller ka?drove her to Indiana when she ,fe Dom the grand jury.- The secret ,ff.P6rte went wits them. ! Forced Into Testifying. t2ers It .as announced. walked 14-11yal;lid said sta te s attorneys offfce that he was tired of Rag- j,lazd:a attentions to Mrs. Kub. 4TtZwitil revealed that he had handed ert to Ragland at Secret re e :11-$. Kul). reports directioci and that they v secreted at the home of a relao clik of the te3 colored mon. When they Mrs. Rub had nothing to din authorship and tell all nfit. Mercury Mounts to 45 Degrees on First Day of Spring I r , rt- p r , I , , ., : -r1 Yesterday was officially the first day of spring and the weather turned out to be of true spring variety. During the day the mercury mounted to 4 5 degrees. Children observed the occasion by all manner of outdoor play. These boys are fitting on their roller skates at Chicago and Ogden avenues for an impromptu race. They are, left to right: Michael. Misko. and Walter Juszczyk and John Tokaski. WILLIAAI ROHM, ARCHITECT, DIES FROM AUTO GAS Accidentally overcome by carbon monoxide gas, William C. Rohm, 42 years old, architect, 1V11.1 found dead early yesterday in the garage attached to his home at 692 Lenox road. Glen Ellyn. He was associated with his father, J. B. Rohm. at 160 North La Salle street Friday night Rohm ntered the garage to take out his car. When he failed to return five hours later his wife. Hazel, investigated and found him dead. A coroner's jury found the death accidental, Rohm is survived by his widow and two children, Alice and Jean. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at St. liark's Episcopal churth in Glen Ellyn. BOMBING PLANES RUSH ARTILLERY TO BATTLE FRONT RIO HATO, Panama, March 21. (A)Exactly an hour and seventeen minutes after they had been loaded into airplanes at Francs field. SO miles away, four 7i millimeter howitzers roared into action on the plains of interior Panama yesterday. Army officials said it was the first time field artillery ever had been moved by air. Guns belonging to Battery B of the Second Field artillery. commanded by Capt. Henry Tilsdale, were placed aboard bombing pane. KILLED AS HE STUMBLES IN FRONT OF AUTO Frank Lil ley, 43 years old, 911 North Kedzie avenue, a tile setter. was fatally injured yesterday when he stumbled and fell In front of an automobile while crossing Grand avenue at Kedzie avenue. The driver of the car was Carl Weiss, 1537 North Avers avenue. This death Increased the Cook county motor toll for the year to 249. OCEAN STEAM FM? MOVEMENTS. Pal led. From. For. Am. Banker-- Ct. Biancomano Berlin Scythia Frederik VIII Caroni& Berenaaria Arrived. Roehambean Emp. Anatralia Riebr000d. For Your Pantry Call. London New York. Naples New York. Southampton. New York. New York Liverpool. New 'York Copenhagen. New York London. Cherbotwir :New York At. Trout. Havre New York. Honolulu New York. $t Johtts Visit the Large Canned Food Display Now in Our Food Dept. F 4 SPINACHNational bravo& fancy clean California Spinach. 3 FOR 43c No. 114 can. MARMALADEC. & B. or Cbtvers imported orange marmalade. 25c Full 1-pound jar. SAUERKRAUTSweet Girt Wiscons Fick Fancy Kraut. 3 FOR 31c No. 3 cans. FRESH MACKERELGorton's 14 oz. can delicious Fresh Mackerel; serve s a .me s Salmon- 19c No. 1 tall can. JAPAN TEAA fancy uncolored lams tea, old only na 2 LBS. tt8c bulk at this price. Iho I CANNED SALMON ALASKA RED. No. 1 tan 32c tau. BOW KNOT SOCKEYE, 39c No. 1 Bat Ufl ALASKA FINK. No. 1 tan I 7E HOIcEY Pure Strained Honey. Except iona 11 y low priced. 5 lb. pail 65c ..1tzU 1 I 2c tha TRIBUNE Photo!. I The first day of spring was also the occasion for many women to start housecleaning. Annette Pudlo and her sister, Jean (on inside) are washing windows in their home at 1432 West Huron street. Fire Ruins Austrian Castle and NotedRurnbergVirgin' VIENNA. March 21.MThe Castle Feistritz, containing the famous "Nürnberg Virgin." was almost entirely destroyed by fire today. It is the property of Maximilian Mautner, banker. The covered riding arena of the castle, containing one of the most valuable collections in the world of Gothic tapestry and furniture, was reported to have been destroyed. non-Shrtnkabl totthoct hest ogaral Dye Work AT ANY PRICE! 14 1041w Qttr dyers busy vs 1111 ato- to quote the above ell omen a garment " 1'10 do the finest dy 'Trig 11'-'4ft toro's volts. ewert,,ets. drape curtains.. Led. litotqt, tt, at the boeest tret in 1h:en e !64 u. Mot Toes. Slagle " V ow Pittlilet. Free Istgosto. STERLING CLEANERS 71,2 smob state Bt. A'Aes. 441 OW MOW. 1.W.111 '01 the. 5612 Texas Seedless Grapefruit (Ift1) 10 for 69c C-H-E-E-S-E Philadlphia PhiladIphia 10C Cream. Pkg. Kraft's Brick. American and Pimento. 31 lb. pkg. -19c COFFEE Old s hp ruotacstieud 3 pill, );., FLO U FLOU Cita) Steak Cut from exceptionally ;ender young beef. caront or - Spaghetti 5 113.. Pr boxt, C PRESERVES Sweet Girt Brand Put up in 4 pound net weight serviceable package. Many varieties. 4". 75c Jaro A Creat Stare titi-Cre-d -Cry TEE FAM State. Adams ad Dearborn Streets BIG MARKET FOIL PURE FOODS - -, , ' - - tf.,1 t4' r',ek t :28,61rf Awe, nOur hazel Brand CO oh. for all purposes:g Bag, 1110 Canadian Army Officer and Son Arrested as Bandits lebleato Tribune Press Ste TICCI VANCeplIVER B. C. March 21. Maj. W. W. Haddock, aged 50, prominent in business circles and his ion. aged 18. were arrested today for the holdup Thursday night of a. bakery here. The ,police say the younger man entered the bakery and took $15 while his father stalted in a, taxi. Mat Haddork is a world war veteran. BONELESS BRISKET CORNED BEEC.L13.9 14c FRESH HAMBURGER STEAK..2 Pounds, 19c LOIN VEAL CHOPS Pound, 18c FRESH SPARE. RIBS Pound,. 10c Fruits and Vegetables CALIFORNIA LEMONS. no,. Good size. 2 dozen, ORANGES. Extra large Florida (126). Dozen. 43c GRAPEFRUIT. Marsh Re ft thin-skin. Dozen, ag7 POTATOES. Idaho Rus- nec sets. 7,4 bushel carton, I APPLES. Fancy Eating S2 19 or Cooking. Bushel HAMS sw-tfes Premium Curea II -11M116 Whole or Ilal4 19A-c lb 'trio.-- 'lief. propt lepo,.--1"041,4 P.st P"-tritoffri," Par I '''' 3 't "oi ';T 're I Plan to Have Your Luncheon in Our Seventh Floor Dining Room. I 2 DUNBAR'S YAMS Southern Yams packed in syrup ready to beat 0 I 01, and serve. No.2 can.' alb 10 MUSIOOMS - Imported,q 2-ounce can. Weans obi 41 BECKWrIII FIGS In syrup. Nov. 2;cs 03:14c size can. , 6061 HAZEL 1 et, 91,11..! HAMSLla, jc2C SHANKLESS CAL'S, p, I b to 8 lb. average, lb, 1.c32C Premium or Hazel elo PI BACON, Lb.. Ail C -71"-tritoffri,.. pt., r APPLE BmTER. Full 38 Oz. Jar, 19e ------ 1 " 1 Battleship 011 "Dress Parade" for Hoover on Cruise South BY JOHN HERRICK. 1 fatless ?abase ?pros Serstirea ABOARD U. S. B. ARTZONA, March 21.Pre8ident Hoover today exercised his privilege as commander in thief of the United States navy by formally inepecting the battleship Arizona,. He met all the officers, toured the vessel. and bad his picture taken with the crew posed on the guns. The Arizona, Is surging over the final half of the distance to Porto Rico. Officers and ?nen this morning broke out in tropical' whites "In honor" of the latitude the ship bad entered and In deference to the hot As the President travels south he Is heading Into the middle Atlantic half of Americas Imperial problem. The problem lies In distant, hazy lands In the minds of civilians; but you have only to talk to a navy man and bear him recount his zigzag VIgrhnages of the seven seas to begin to get a glimmer of what the problem is. Guantanamo. Gatun. Pearl Harbor, Guam. Shanghai. Manila, and Samoa are not merely geographical terms to him. He is as familiar with them as the corner of State and Madison streets is to a Chicagoan. Finds New Problems. Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands form the eastern horn of the crescent of naval bases guarding the Atlantic side of the Panama canal. Unlike most persons. who want a change on their vacation. the President is leaving a land where depression and drought now prevail for a place where depressions do not come ir cycles. but are in attendance year In and year outthe Virgin islands. where relief from drought is likely to be a hurricane. The fundamentals of the problem are population: Porto Rico has too many people; the Virgin islands too i few. I What Porto Rico needs is & Mar-1 garet Sanger. the birth control ad- i vocate. In the years since its occupa- I ton the population of Porto Rico has increased from less than a million to more than a million Slid a halt. Birth Ral Leaps. - s As usual,, a sanitation campaign has been the major part of Americium control. and its results have been suPereffective. The death rate Is down from 26 per 1,000 inhabitants in 2200 to :2 per 1.000 inhabitants in lin, but the startling effect has been the sky, rocketing of the birth rate, which roes Ifrom 71 per cent to 41 per cent during the same period. Laborers continue to make an average of 70 cents per day. work an average of four days a week . and dwell in hovels. Four-fifths of the population will continue to own no share of the land anit three-quarters t the adults will continue to be illiterate until the fundamental problem of the leaping population Is solved. The Virgin islanda . on the contrary. are losing population. It has been continually falling off from 26.000 in 1117. the year of the Danish cession. to 70.- 000 today. Again nature has been et the bottom of it. The scant water ' supply is collected In cisterns. The crops are never certain. The reaction is that the natives leave for a less fickle climate and higher wages in the continental states. where they are now perfectly good citizens. Mr. 'Hoover discarded hie vacation routine of sleeping. playing medicine ball. and lounging, to study the speech be will make in an Juan. Porto Rico. 1 on Monday. Dut be was napping when the destroyer Du Pont arrived alongside to relieve the Taylor . which has been escortinc the Arizona. ;'-, ' STETSON HATS for women They're more than just fashionable they're becoming, too extremely wearable. They flatter, they soften, they charm they heighten the beauty of even beautiful women! Straws, felts all headsizes. - -- 075 010 $1250 $15 and up NIAURICE L ROTHSCHILD State et Jacks.. "' Fret ere iod Coot tegt4 Printiod Frock; ' $1650 'Al Annual March Dress Event at prices that say. BUY NOW! A special selling that makes it possible for every woman and miss to own and wear those smart Johnson & Harwood fashions that she has long admired and wished for. Here are foremost fashions of the season with all the characteristic Johnson & Harwood style supremacy, quality and workmanship, yet at prices that you will agree are indeed unusual for frocks of such high character. THE STYLES Fordaytime afternoon. dins Tier, sports, come in pleated modes, Eton jackets. suit modes, Redin . gotes, peplums. AlUronal SUITS COATS HATS P FURS. olmson 4;, Jolmson s he and 3ri Floor,'" Orr Number fel THE FABRICS Flat crepes, cantons, chiffons, woolens and ef fectivs prints. Stripes, dots and floral designs. artunti 37 N. Wabash Ave. at Washington F! ?, t: dis..ed,Z11 -Vv r21 N , 141 II yr RoTHmooR COATS and 3-piece suits Women Ince the activity, the life, the busy goings-on on our Rothmoor floor. New styles always coming in fresh from Paris style sources always some new wrinkle to be stud. led and admired.. women like the huge selection, the many rare fabrics, the many rare furs. A trip to our women's floor is quite an event. - Sizes 12 to 46 $65 -Other Rothmoor coatso$25 to $150 Rothmoor sidts, $50 to $75 Or wire 5 floor is devoted to tronstros rear Maurice L Rothschild State drt Jackson Pittsfield Bldg. I tat. Coot Crepe. liee-tree Newombill erosie Co liar. N worm& erfroimitelp , Cotiar. ?sunroof. $22-50 $32.50 All Priced for This Event at $1650 $2.5O $52" THE COLORS comprise N a v - Grey, Green. Red, -Brown, also Black and many others to suit your own per. sonality. M V Fdrmie itoo 0000000 1 Mit Address to tree Date of "lira. IL Issued Exclusively So Chicago Tribune Readers $11 00 a month, with coupon below, for a life :---ktinsurance Policy which pays $1,000 Plust, No Medical Examination! 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I 4 , , Evect Par ' resses to IL 1 I I --- : . pfrIty rub. :, rt tgr Acting 1' ' el 1.1cock. who , . te..fe&sed to the , trigating polici ''. pension yesterda: 1 e COUnty jail I gas he made to in . ' te nturn to the 1 it' morning. In ! estigstors for Al 1 1 tatty Charles .1.. : omitting the cop 1 re reports which ; lel the jurY by Mr! As a result of t $ 1 tli former police I , es jury of pollee tty hall ofdcials I e Tuesday or W L Fred tbat the :.. )efort them e't ery by Sirs. Kub eitbf er ter reports, an re:Vanity to corro err& Gives List i Net only d1,1 Mr Prtret informatio hnglI furnished th, pee list of under The names of I ansidered of vast , pyre because it tgrottunitY to el thee persona and tonal information tmish to Mrs. Kt It wu disvovere, aimission from a that each secret Ira Kub to the al toner contained a ent the name of kg her with the I Reports Del This ume juror tub spent eonsid &sting conditions Ind oPYing on ti charge. Many ol with this situation Taest reports ret , bow little time ti spent in ha statiol duty and of bow assigned to patrol spent their time hundreds of rota fates which flour la this connect ',lolled, it is repo rer touch of b tined about doe an agency not in tali police busine rWrted, are cont tr-g these persons trolt, In conditi( nnoalered Mrs. I. elicisi. who in tut te the acting coral Tells of 0 Bu Another revelat II) in one of her was that a certai ar.ng promotion he aeld $S00 to ar tr:th the city at lore btm the desi, hat was not forty les 0Mcial compl 1 iS rePorted. and The information report These MI questioned. Detectives Pat tothe, working to en some secret I tg Commissione erPected to -- oe art bre th. 1, -- 4'-',., ;IS a I t'ItImonY. They st Various times ' 1 with ter in irivest !Lit. - They !. - are now ,t2e, detective bun Crepe. telle cos PIRO fa ' ' , - , 2 - : ; 1 , YR t ty 1- Lit r. t - , 4 r I , I , If , I I- , .- f 4. ' 1 - P''' , from 26.000 In . rITICAGO. SI-TX-DAV TRIRTINE: .1k1ARClf '12. 1931. 'A '"'. PART 1 --TDAnE 3. t ' , . ,,,,,..D i 1 1 -- , , ,rilLUDE poLicy Battleship- o ... . I la Mercury Mounts to 45 Degrees on First Day of Spring I 11 "Dress Parade" , , 1 otuu SUITS COATS HATS P FURS 1 1, J - I ..111, As JURORS alininimilmillaommiOnMiallmm...Mommiloamommin t - I, r"r", k i5VINWOIVO,VM 11,,,,,,Irr Irr, ,, V1, I ' ' ,,,,,I1 , , V V . 4, .4 ,,, IF po.g.liew 4,4,-4,411,4 ...4 Ir. for Hoover on Cruise South' Annual March ., . , ,,.. , , . , '-'-.; 1 I, 1 a 14QE I , 4,, , .1 Hill , , I ,. I 1 - 1 - ..4 , .1.! 1. '''"'N.0 ,'''''. t. se.L.' ,, i! l', 1 ,11 i,-,.' - ' .1 ,.., , i -- - -- i ,., - s . , , , , IA 11 ' ' . ,i I . S Tv ay REPORTS .., ,,,, , , , ; , , , ., ,., ,. , it. ,,,,. ABte....y.siuoT.,,,:.imss,.,ARrtseRrz,,,...,7NK.A...,,, ret, .reawn! people; the Virgin, Islands too i ' D1.4 es s Event - ----. , ., , t, :4 i 1., ,er tt . . i a ', 1 i N ' 44fr ''''''''''' ,- .......1"t4z,, ,,,,:r - 4 e" - r, 4, A ,"'''''-11.'''' 4''' 000 I t. . , .,,4 :7-4'; '" ,...--,,.,"' ta, , of, I-- -' .-', 1 I's - - '-',l 'L l'""-i..--,,.: I., 00- 44 t I .1 ," , 7 t,1 2 , . ,,, ''' I q , '.... W hat Porto Rico needs le & Mar- 1 r , -- 0;!---,,,,..........................w.- - - A, , 1 , - L si...1(iir , j, is tilt ,1,-, ,,A-t - ,-s. , ,.. ..., ,,,, , 4 ,,,,, v,,t ,,,,,,, .1 e l.president Hoover today e xercised ga ret Sanger. the birth control ad- i at prices that at say, BUY NOW! - , -1 . ' i 4 -- - - ,,..........,.,. :, --- - . - - r;----:.. .1.-:.t...!,-L.it Ilii bin pr g 4.. ,-- ivilege as commander In thief vocate. In the years since Its Mellen.. I :-...-'4,-------- ,,,,,;t.,:1-1. '13ii.,,..-4,.,,,,ef".."1..., ky,4,,, lis til' :1;1-.471 ,:... it:1ICS18,...b''s .. ,,e.. .:-....4" 4..4k-s; 1 of the United States eavy by' formallY . , , , increas ton the population of Porto Rice bas ' A special selling that makes it possible for every ' Ne Ct Parade of Wit. , - , ,-..,, , ,,, - -,,, 2,11 ILI:, ,g 7- ,, --, . - - -- . Aft ,' Inepecting the battleship A;izona. ted from less than a million to woman and miss to own and wear those smart r A 12- more than a million Slid a half. , . , , . . 1 .;., '' -..;,,, , , .,.! -,i.''..,1,4''.0tkiii,'--"'".,,1 "! .' .4 1 ,ii''- met all the officers toured the vest;lw. Johnson & Ifarwood fashions that she has long t , ................2.. - ..,",,Cir , 8, - N4on.,,t,-:',,.....- ,. - ,',,j' ' dr, ;' 11,,,, .. ,:---',75, '4-": " , -,..'-';.--7------,,,-' , 1:;' ,...'...- ',4..07 t I. ,"! and bad his picture taken with the ' 1 : resses to Be Called. , ,, ,..., , . Birth nate Leaps. s admired and wished for. . f. I , . ,, . z",:::,:z.--..--- ,- 1 1 i As usual. a sanitation campaign bas Olt -;'''' I .------ 4 1 '.. '' ''''',. - '; I----,..., ,,,, crew posed on the guns. -,, , i been the major part of Americart con- l. r ' ,f" ' . , ,,-6,... - 4- IL ,t, ' 1' -, 1, I- , ,' -' 4. , . '..- k''. : - , , ': The Arizona. is surging over the ,14.- EL,: . 11-:144 I . , hr - - If i ', A - -i, , -,, ,, a , ,'" , - -,-, , final half o the he distance to Porto ro n re tl. ad Its sults have been ausuper' t 1 tee rub. former undercover I ' - 4 --,' s- , t .4 .,,4 , . , , .,:::. e. ' -, ,,..,' I 'st 1 ti .34., ',,T, , f , , . ; 4 ;-, r', 4 , ,,, ..,.., 14 i -,-,'is,,,, -0.,- ,, , : Rico. Officers and ?nen this morning tyet. ' ', .40 Ilk kv,,,,11 . - . r,fr.. broke out in tropical' whites effective. 'rho death rate is down from i P'. actleg rol!ce Commissioner i , . 4 ' ',- - - 4,,A --it . , , ''',', ------3',1, ' ,f .-,-;,, t i- 1 T;, 'NA 1, :;'',;.k ' . ' ..) '''IS. 4 rf for honor" of the latitude the ship bad p ind 26 per 1,000 inhabi tants in 1900 to n To La) ea t ' - 1 . tt,3 Alcock, who Is reported to have J---',4"-!14-e', .1,: i - '' '... - ' 1k '- - t 4; "r7:';''';::-:4 ' ''''' 4'.. )A.S-It: - ), 4. : 7 '4, ..;: .. '''''' 1k' -''. ka0,----I't 1 , - e' . ' -' , . - , , ,, ,,,. 1 t- ,-.. - entered and In deference to the the startli e hot er 1.000 inhabitants in 19:3, but f the cial grand jury .....--- ',...,- - -e-- - - ', - ng efft has ben the sk s ' ecey. . , et' A to ' At ; ,,-.- - - ;el , , , .' ',.,-1- - ' , - ,m,,,,I if ....-- fl- ---., sun. rocketing of the birth rate. which roes ,I. - .- . Ing police corruption. was in e , --ws. ' A - s,)i .., , -- ? --.T.:'' : - ' , 'e,...t4- -' '-it ...- . -4 ''' ' ,...........;" ,,k .14 .., I rdeil. ,! ! irmgcs, ,,- v4, ' ,,7, 4' s . '-'-, --;:. t - i - -- ---- t A., ---",-. - - As the President travels south to from 29 per cent to 41 per cent dttr- - 1 , , ..stdon yesterday in a remote part , , , ,, -,,A. p y ' i , , ---.. - -'- .,,it ,--z- --, ,,c ' -' - - - tAni,---', ,,, is heading Into the middle Atlantic trig the IMMO Period- . - f..:1 ,L ! re, !';;,cit - county jail so forts '''- . . .,, ', . '' ,;'' . ks,41,,!. ' . - - vei ' c--,,,:', '' ' -..----'144"' ' V -N.Z.,71'; ''. half of America's Imperial problem. Laborers continue to make an aver- y .- l' 1 ett that no ef - ' ,p, ,---k, , . i.,. made to intimidate her before , '11'N,,,,, ,,,:j.,,.. 1 .rt, e;51' ",,-: IA - . -4te.;0, t- - '--''',A.hbr-'eld.' '- ' 4,,, .,. r. er-771-.:.:1 The problem lies In distant, hazy age of 70 cents per day. work an I to 10., - .1., - ',-,..c ..-.1,v411 ----', - ' i--la --,' -.'2,tt '''''',...11.!....- av,-111, , .-,c,,- lands In the Minds of civilians; but average of four days a week. and -0.!;447 - - i .rfl 1 1 . ra to the JurY room tomor- , . Act ,.... - .---.--- " 0 i , --- real -,.-,, .. - - ... 0,,,,,,, you have only to talk to a navy man dweU in bevels. rour.fifths of the .41.,:01 ,.. 1 im me. In the meantime In- ., , -1"' -'4er 4..5,,,t4'-. ti . -.; - t'''.--AV1.1. 7 -72.leilem--- t- : :,r-'-- . and bear him recount bis zigzag pil- population will continuo to OWT1 no ' IA , t -.4, morn P. ,r11,-- . l'''''t 1141'910.11 lir . o t . tors for Assistant States At. ,N,.?. ....te-e"!roe 0-iNti; ,- ), --. - ',..,,-'. ' .. . . .1,.-4P', , .s. - .. , .. . er. ' ,''''-............,......., . grhnages of the seven seas to begin share of the land ant? three-euartere et I wit,S2 ititel-,,0,-1 ; 4 ..-:r, - .. :, ' : , - ', ,-, , :'. .. , :'' ' to get a glimmer of what the prob., et the adults will continue to be illit' to' i . - I ' aeries J. Mueller were busy ' 2,74v.. ''.-1 1"'' P. ''''"''''''' .. ' -' ' . - - '''' ..... . " ' ' - ' " .. . , 1 tercel ..06. c - 't t s., . . , ..- -.. ... ...- , ,. . . , . . , ; . , lem is. Guantanamo. Gatun. Pearl crate until the fundamental problem alor ' ' . iiiiItt: 0. k ,:, ,, :7, , , f 1 lk 4 .1 ,. Awit04 1 ' , t f-- ' Ira the copies of the secret po- . laza , ; : .. i '' -'""le --.......er ,,,.s.'' . :,.:'. . - .. . . . . . ..- , : . ., ....: :- - .. . - .:. .. .. ....-7... .... . .. - . - ,. .. . .. . - Harbor, Guam. Shanghai. Manila, and of the leaping population Is solved. - . e ports which were turned over ,...,:',.0,44 ,,'".'"'-- ,----: ''...-- ... ,::...: : ...- : , - ...:- . :.. ; . : :;-. .: . . f:-- : : . :- .: ... ....- .- ,,, -: : .: . Samoa. are not merely geographical The Virgin islands, on the contrary, ) .,'...0) 211 re I.,z, t. t, -I, ,, ktt th ,...r r, , - . ,. . 4 - - . , : ' . . - .--: -. :. ' . . ..: . ... . . -." ''.... .. - - ' ' ,' - -., ..: .i- - - - '''', ''' i terms to him. He Is as familiar with are losing population. It has been con- . t ', to oil pry by 5..tre. Kuh. - . i.--, ts.tt ei, ... !'..' t 1 ' . et - -40t---4,-,-4 s ts-...- . - - . - - - .. - - , . .- ..,, . . , , -. , . . them as the corner of State and Mad- tinuatly falling off 1917. 4e, t e . taw . , ' "' V I Ili , As a result of the expos made by ison streets is to a Chicagoan. the year of the Danish cession. to 70.- ,..;.- ' f - former police spy a parade before '..4 ,V, 11 , 1 " oboe officials as well as Yesterday was oficcially the first day of spring and the weather turned out to be of true spring Finds New Problems. coo today. Again nature bas been at -4-, . ' es ill ct P ry variety. During the d h b The t the bottom of it. e scant water i ',Ls'' b''10... hall officials is expected to start . g e ay the mercury mounted to 4 5 degrees. Children observed the occasion by all Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands i, ttf supply is collected In cisterns. The i 4 4- . . e Tuesday or Wednesday. It is re- manner of outdoor play. These boys are fitting on their roller skates at Chicago and Ogden avenues for form the eastern born of the crescent 1.....i ;,- rt I Th r action crops are never ce a it. e L ed tbat tbe 1:1-ei- irvend to call an impromptu race They ey are, left to right: Michael, Misko. and Walter Juszczyk and John Tokaski.. of naval belles guarding the Atlantic -. 1)4' ; I - I t rr- them ctery police official named side of the Panama canal. is that the natives leave for a less st.'-''', Wert TRIBUNE Photo.- I fickle climate and higher wages in , , i 0 te, strs, KUb ether in her testimony Unlike not persona. who want a i - . , '.i t . reports, and glve an on- T ... ... . .. ., 'vacation. the Presi- the continental states. where they are rP , , , li 1 . et tor them , I . . r 1 - 4ty to corrobot st e or deny her iviLLIAAI ROHM ., v... ,.. ,- , . . ,.., change on their ,.. ''1-t' ,a, ' . !.1, '; i tortlx, ...- - 1 -0:- I", II I , - ' - , , , 1 p'",;,,, dent is leaving a. land where depress. now perfectly good citizens 7 . ':- ,:--fr,c.,- ,"..,1:2',. .,-.5.4e-Atl, t , . : ,-- --- , -14' -,,,, . . . 44.,7s Mr. 'Hoover discarded hie vacation - t P 't -7 - 1-0,' . 1 0 T1 t , . . , " ,tr. li sion and drought now prevail for a - . errs. ARCHITECT DIES ..,t. .. l - ---, If 1,.r - .. 4...., .'rg -' 1 - . ..' ,-,:d place where depreselona do not come medicine ... . ,..7,1.:::,,1 st Gives fist of Informers. f- '..,-'t AA k.- ' ' -1."'' A I - ' .. '''''"-a, "' ra.-A..1., - ball. and lounging, to study the speech ' P - 1 . t-.. . .!e-'. i,,, -,- it . - - -- 1,, e-2.5,,, i 1 ;. - , .... t,t., ir cycle& but are in attendance year routine of sleeping. playing Af'"116"evae ; vet only did 'Mrs. Kilt) give up bor r FROM AUTO GAS I n Juan, Porto Rico. s lot "--I' .' 6..1t10-' stmturlittralell OF 1 ,, 4 .. ,':: , .. , ,, ...A,- ,-- , -,;;, , ,40 .: , : : ,--.4 : i ..pti In and year outthe Virgin Islands. be will make in Sa ' iit -.4.,:;,.. ,,-, , be i!. at t . , K s' . ' ! 1 ... t information, but she unwit. tneiturrished the jurors with a corn- Accidentally overcome by carbon ...2,...,,,i,..,. ., ..,,,,,, , ,, . . , i -.... ..-. - - .. , ,,i, -4 . ..- , . : , ,,,," where relief from drOUght is likely to on Monday. Dut be was napping when 4,144, the destroyer Du Pont arrived along- , , , 1 , , , ,......-0"'r . , . . , , , 4- .. list of underworld informer& .4'.; 'ft '-eeP ' ': ' - - : ' - 17 ' : . '" :'s.' ': '1"4--,..;ie be a hurricane. The fundamentals of the problem side to relieve the Taylor. which has . tes monoxide gas, William C. Rohm, 42 ':-. :,,., '',-- -.A.,4 .,,- ,,r-,,At'Zyrist,,t,,..- . ..,-., - .s ' - t, . ,n.-,, t The names of these informers are , .., . - v...., are r.onulationt Porto Ilico has too been eseortine the Arizona. years old, architect, 1V11.1 found dead ;:.:..- :71 144,t'1? .C....s.7' ''''''. ' . . v.: ; ---..'''''',--,.- ".:".:: ' 1t-'. .- - ' ' d' k ' rc.ggeferfte"..4 ' us .4...---- ---'...... 't e. Cameo Crepe. - , . sygwaoso ' sresidered of vast importance to the ' rs because it will give them an early yesterday in the garage attached .,,,-,, ' I .,-;,e. ' - :.,1''',. '''''''' '-'' - - ' t... '-elt 1 . 00.0.0...0 rr..................................1 , Prinsod ' 4 roolP0 , 4."- -sortinitY to call for questioning to his home at 692 Lenox road. Glen e L'A;:';',.)r:7.-c, e.' .t:'-.!7'''' t :4--- -- '----7 , -.lel -. .'. ''', trequilitit 'IP . , , , 0111"1 . r. Frock; 7 silesrpot . - a tem persona and perhaps get addi- Ellyn. He was associated with his I l....;517;,,,t1 19,,,.;:,'L:4;"....1:,;::.::...t.'' 'r : ' rill's. :' 4 r44:-.-r,:' '-- - -;--- - 1 :. : ''. -:.''' '1'. ' ' 1" t ; , t-Pl it, tog information which they did not e...v,.... T 172 Ty - r I P 6 , i J- , , 1 olinsonst apulo 0 1 of .mas.1 Itsa rtmabeol" PafingoLl Ritty- A.-,,,,o, ! ' I 1 I 1 I I 37 N. Wabash Ave. at NVashington , 1 I t 14,0 F0,1 can. , II Cult Steak ALASKA rpm. Ne. I tan I 2c HAM-S 11 . aeL dig Oty 14011Shrinkabl. yvt.thod 1NEY Cut from exception- SwilesPremtum, o 0 11 y- tender young Curele a or liaIlmals f. . gip i f Wh bee . F.31eg DearIy Dye Work , Pure Strai 2 ned 4 . .14, is) ......AL ,r,, AT ANY PRICE1 lioney. Excep- 00,--11110112..,.--.--- ------- 1.,c 116- 2 ; lb. ' a et k..pba ear hers busy ere tionally low . -4 110 t . - " 141.)(e the la) priced. ,.:;.,7 " t . - HAZEL If e2 l,. I 1 tr:,:tta,0 omen's garments. , pail! ;.17. -t. , 47: -Al 11 1 n' I or HAMS-11, 5 lb. - ii- &taro AL' L 1,-.. ,.. ,i0 the finest dYeroll mk-.'e,"11 tneWs suits. ever. t.- ' '4-ratwa. CUrtlina, Ltd Ste p,,.,. IttC4 st the louest -',,, i.'1 the cue. t:,r-,tpst-s at a., Pjf '---ts.s, s.......7-1-i SHANKLESS CAW,' .., 1 il 1 - ' OPagliett b to 8 lb.. average, ILI, -""'"1"r"'.. 6 a c ,;!--Jtm--7,nf- - 5 lb. Ph Poi 02C ,ii - Premium or Hazel t 1114.,,-; kIN; este ei toms. jowl 12.. , 3r- ' box c, a 'h.' BACON, Lb 27c II iv . ,t1 1 sr ERLI . Free tiv.u. HONCLEANERS - r ...".""L -- --- ta ritiittof. proof 100o-1,0441 P.st --Pfo-tryurfAi,.. liter , --- . i ' , 0 t. 112 SOW ID Stitt: 411 let. 441 Ow Mom 1.91'11 .-4-larrison 5612 ,.. i t I APPLE BUTTE R. Full 38 Oz. Jar, 19 , It 4 !Im hat Pti 1 Co , reLl I'm ;Ike for, whi 1,11 - - dial lazt , t-,11 , toz! ....., 1- -- Texas Seedless Grapefruit ,, r, ,, CHEESE (trtr,as) 10 for 69c ., PRESERVES , . rpt4.. 57 h ----ell 1 1 ,..,:,,,,0,--e' r.lbilatit!phia 10c Put tGirt Brand up in 4 pound net .... , ----N I 4 116.0 ioar Sweet Girl Brand 11.., I Philadlphia 10C Put up in 4 pound net - ,.:et.-(1.0 Cream. Pkg., w eight serviceable Tor Kraft's Brick, American package. Many varieties. ,; rb - , 4 ts: T7,ef:-.11 and Pimento. 19c Lb. Mt 1b. pkg., A .1N1 11th , ,t il -- a colL, liii eau delicious kraal erl; 11..Akaar , ga 2 4 ,I a.lk ,...,.., ui ,... .,., ia, ....s., , ..., . 1 . 1314 i'W 1 Macke serve .4,, 40":c) , saute as Salmos. . 1 9 Good size. 2 dozen, 0 ORANGES. Extra lage al odt ti serve. No.24 it. ÁT I No. IL tall can. r 43c - , ,-1 1 IA N TEAA fancy uncolored lams Florida (126) Dozen. , 1 ,'.'i, tea, sold only its 2 LB& tt8c GRAPEFRUIT. Marsh . lkillSIIRO --, ,,,, ,.... 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