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Judge Owens -for perjury and con
tempt of court.
Rev. Bernard Eddings Bell will
speak on the "Spiritual Significance
of Feminism" at .the Grace Church
Forum, Sunday, Feb22.
Allen J. Kaufman, sought under 15
aliases, arrested. Identified by Mrs.
H. A. Bommer, jeweler, 402 W. North
av., as man who got away with $7,
000 worth of watches.
18th Ward Woman's Organization
has opened permanent headquarters
at 1843 W. Madison st.
Joe Meyers, 50, suicided. Rope.
Out of work.
Warrants issued." for Dr. William
Parsons, 4524 S. Michigan av., and
Paul Menker, saloonkeeper, 3701 S.
Morgan "St. Alleged to have com
mitted serious offense. Miss Carrie
Soldeseits, 19, 6005 Loomis st., com
plainant. Rev. Vaclav Vanck, 63, 2324 S.
Central Park av.," slightly hurt when
auto collided with street car.
Mrs. Mary McGowan, 3103 E. 92d
st., claims that Dr. R. J. Stewart
swindled her out of $500. Stewart
500 more uniformed police added to
force today in last step of reorgan
ization of department.
Mrs. Marcia K. Flint, who tpokbi-
chloride of mercury, dead.
$100,000 damages wanted from
Western Union Telegraph Co. by
Great Western Oil Refining and Pipe
Line Co. Claim failure to deliver
money and messages promptly.
Movie injunction against city set
for March 12.
Two men complained against Thos.
Keyes. Alleged he swindled them out
of $600. Detective McAuliffe, sent to
make arrest, tried to settle matter.
Detective censured by court.
$7,000 judgment in favor of Owen
Monahan, 73, against Chicago City
Railway upheld in Appellate Court
Eight milk dealers arrested on
complaint of eHalth eDpartment for
using bottles belonging to other com
panies discharged. Judge said. h& be-.
lieved milk trust was behind" prose
cution. Frank Semrau, injured when Calu
met & South Chicago Railway Co.
car struck auto, awarded $2,500.
Trial of William C. Ellis for mur
der of wife will begin tomorrow.
Peter Ceisen alleged to have taken
12-pound turkey from Mrs. H. Sche
neick. Paid $350 to avoid prosecution.
Murderers of Mrs. David Feinstein,
Winnipeg, Can., sought here. $2,5J0
Gustav C. Kroll, former mail clerk,
Aurora, 111., given 2 years for rifling
mail. Cloyd A. Schisler, messenger
Adams Express Co., got 3 years for
taking $1,500 consignment of cur
rency. . Policewomen's exams ended. List
of. successful applicants may be an
William Davis found, guilty of white
slavery' under Mann act. Will be sen
Frank Brohmap, 5424 Lake Park
av., fined $15 in Morals Court. Miss
Lydia Pitzer, girl with whom he was
Miss Mabel Sturtevant, who was to
have been arraigned for using the
mails to defraud, quarantined. Scar
let fever in house.
Morris and Harry Sabath, arraign
ed for conducting handbook, de
manded jury trial.
John R. Lloyd, 615 Bowen av.,
taken to hospital in serious condition.
Pistol wound in chest. Claim weapon
exploded' accidentally. Police inves
tigating. John Drapac, 9001 Brandon av.,
shot self .turned away from South
Chicago Hospital. Died at door of
South Shore Hospital 7 miles away.
Bridges over Lake, Madison and
Jackson sts. to be closed to traffic.
New structures to replace thepi.
Apartment building,. 828 Crescent
pi., attacked by fire. Residents forced
to flee. Loss $10,000. .
William Fox and wife' locked in of
fice, 227 Van Buren St., by janitor.
Rescued by fireman.