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INTERESTING BITS OF LOCAL NEWS
Midwinter floral exhibition is
being held in the Garfield Park
conservatory daily from 8 a. m.
to 5 p. m.
Mrs. Katherine Bowers, .pro
prietor of alleged disreputable ho
tel at 853 E. 63rd street, fined
$200 and costs. Her case had
been continued on her promise to
Rose-Herringer, chorus girl in
Chicago Opera Company T-allet.
reported missing, has returned to
her home. She had been detain
ed at a rehearsal, and her mother
Grace Hanley, 212 Hill street,
held to grand jury. Paul "Molly,
56, 309 Hill, said woman- asked
him to help her move a trunk, and
the "she put her arms around me
nd said I was a 'grand old man.'
After I left the house I found my
pocketbook, containing $4, was
gone." The woman denied the
Mrs. Adele Bentine, 18. whose
husband had her arrested, alleg
ing"that she ran away with anoth
er man, charges hat she was
forced to enter a dive by her hus
band, Chester Bentine, a fireman.
Federal authorities will investi
gate. Mrs. Helen Harrison, 642 La
Salle ave.; charged by the police
.with conducting-a disreputable
.house, and who has been be
sieged fof three days, yesterday
Judge Petit yesterday threw
suit between Bernard Neuberger
and Jacques Rousse, partners in
ihe "tig trust," out of court. Said
tip evil was in same class with
hold up and begging
While on a North State street
car, Arthur S. Miller, Wihthrop
ave., was robbed of purse contain
ing $120.50. Pickpockets.
The Cook county commission
ers hive ordered padded automo
biles to take the place of tbe old
police patrols to carry insane
from court to the institutions,
with uniformed attendants in
John Burman, North Clark St.,
was severely cut with a razor by
Edward Cunningham during a
quarrel over some Christmas
gifts. Cunningham arrested.
John Kodlack, North Leavitt
st.,'maae an unsuccessful attempt
at suicide today at his home, by
stabbing himself with a butcher
knife, Kodlack told police he had
been unable to work steadily.
After a quarrel with his wife,
Henry Newmann, 72, retired civil
engineer, locked himself in the
bathroom and turned on the gas.
The Hospital Aid society will
give a free entertainment New
Year's day for the inmates of the
Cook County hospital.
Mrs. Mary Bring, Sholto St.,
tried to end her life by inhaling
illuminating gas through a -rubber
hose. Despondent on ac
count of illness.
"Did you see any sights on the
"Yes. I hadn't gone a block
befpr$ I met your wife."