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Pederal Council of Churches of
Christ in America plan to discuss
J marriage and divorce.
Pontius Pilate did not haveped-
dling license, udge Hopkins
looked Pontius over and gave him
I another chance.
Professor "Lanford" indicted
by Uncle Sam. Charged with
using mails to deTrand.
Andreas Dippel says Chicago is
one of greatest operatic centers in
Zabelle Gurinian, 8, 1525 W.
Congress st., fatally injured by
auto at Ashland and W. Con
"Eddy" Fay, 28, 720Miller st,
who. has record as pickpocket, ar
rested charged with defrauding
Detective William Mooney,
Desplames st, married Clara E.
Murphy, 326 South Winchester
av. Thought he had fooled his
brother officers. They sent over
a pulmotor, the fire department
and the police.
Miss Sarah Vail, 5001 Sheridan
road, met newest hold-up man.
He escaped on motorcycle. Got
$10 and $100 diamond ring.
Detectives trapped three iron
workers at bottom of building.
Arrested for assault
Helma Carlson, 17, 2743 Arte
sian av., run down by taxicab in
front of Northwestern depot
Federal grand jury investigat
ing violations of Mann act by
Sim Tuckhorn, who operates no
torious "Skidoo" cafe, 24 W.
J. H. Jones, visitor to Chicago,
met two girls, Toxk them around
to South Side cafes in taxi. Losi
$800 diamond. Complained. Hpfch
girls arrested. Deny charge. Tyia
m'ond not found.
Chas. C. Heisen, owner of bldg.
at 24 Quincy st, where Sim Tuck
horn has notorious "Skidoo" dive,
says he will revoke Tuckhorn's
Charges of cowardice and in
efficiency may be filed wjth Civil
Service Commission against Offi
cer Chas. German, Rawson av.
station. Was with Officer Jones
when latter was 'killed in battle
with four men Nov. 10. Gierson
said to have run away.
Chicago Tuebrculosis Institute
reports that Christmas seals are
selling faster than ever before.
.Ethel White, singer in Evans
ton nickel show, made big hit'
with crowd of college boys. Man
agement had to call six officers to
Miss Ethel Kirkman suing H.
S. Singer, Evanston tailor, be
cause he spoiled natty white suit
she wanted pressed. Suit inspect
ed by judge.
Battalion Chief Kenny injured
at fire in apartment bldg., 4443
4447 Magnolia st, last night.
Families driven to street Loss
Chicago Political Equality
League to have suffrage soup
Defense will begin case in trial
of Geo. W. Fitzgerald, .pn trial
here charged with theft of $173,
000 from United States sub-treasury.
Frank Lawson, 39, 666 S. State
st-, shot in hip by negro bandit at