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Bridges, Mildred, Mrs. Felicia
Rees and Mona. Rees.
Jailer Davies says he's; glad that
See is to be released, and that he
won't Jose any time releasing him
when the papers come from.
"See has been a nuisance ever
since he came here," said Davies.
"He is ttn&joi the hardest prison
ers to manage that we have.1'
Mildred Bridges and her moth
er were seen by reporter today
while on their way downtown.
Mrs .Bridges warned her daugh
ter against talking to the news
papers," but Mildred talked all the
"The Master (See) will return
to his teachings as son as he is re
leased, of course," she said.
"I expect that he- soon will
gatherall the disciples who for
merly lived, there in the temple.
"I do not think he will go to the
temple tonisrnt, however. 1 ex-
pect he will come to our home
with papa and mamma."
"Mamma" did not say whether
See would be invited, and "papa"
was not present.
Gust L. Peterson, owner of
See's Racine avenue "temple,"
and Mrs. Bridges signed the cult
leaders' $5,000 bond.
Another tremendous social re
form inaugurated at Washington.
Authorities have prohibited
"rushing the growler'
Hungarian women took the
places of striking Toledo core
makers. Some of them earned as
high as 100 cents a day.
THE CREEL-MUMM CASE-
London, Dec. 16. Mrs. Marie
Van Rensimer Barnes Creel, the
New York divorcee, who shot and
seriously wounded Walter de
Mumm in Paris, came directly to
this city after the shooting.
She registered at the Carlton
hotel under an assumed name,
but was not recognized. $oon
after she was discovered, she dis
appeared. It is believed that she went to
the Euston station, and boarded
a train for Scotland, but this
could not be confirmed.
When she was recognized and
questioned, Mrs. Creel would
"All I want is to be left alone,
I must have peace and quiet."
Paris, Dec. 16. Walter de
Mumm, the wine king, suffering
from a bullet wound, in a local
hospital,to day denied that he had
struck Mrs. Creel before she shot
"Mrs. Creel, or Mrs. Barnes, as
I know her, cannot plead self-defense.
"I did strike her after she shot
me, but that was only to get -the
revolver away from her. I
thought she might kill me. I
was, perhaps, a little brutal.
"The whole trouble was be
cause my family interfered be
tween us. I loved Mrs. Creel; she
loved me, even more than I did
"My family told me I had to
break off relations with her. I
gave a farewell supper at which