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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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to delinquency of Miss Telma' Moor-
has, 17, continued until March 13.
Fred Plesse, 73. 1722 W. 56th st.;
Edgar Ballou, 1803 Indiana av., and
Paul J. Volkmann, 2800 Lincoln av.,
Prof. F. S. Deibler will speak on
"Syndicalism" at Grace Church open
forum, Sunday evening, March 8.
Joseph O'Brien, 3302 S. Ashland
av., arrested as forger. Alleged to
have passed If our checks for smal
Amelia Oztroweski, 14, 8712 Buf
falo av., painfully burned. Started
fire with kerosene.
Several witnesses in government
oleo suit against John F. Jelke Co.
testified' having brought uncolored
butterine and evaded revenue tax.
Dr. Joseph L. O. Trudel held for
grand jury. Charged with assaulting
Carl Pratt, reporter" of afternoon
.Dr. John D. Ellis and Lewis J.
Biesch, employe's of Chicago car
lines, fined for forcing way into home
of Mrs. Lena Hochleiter, whose hus
band was hurt in car accident.
Charles Blaine, 12, East Illinois St.,
drank poison. Will recover.
William Condon, 2010 Fillmore av.,
John W. Worthington, head of
wrecked American Banking Ass'n, re
arrested on federal warrant for using
mails to defraud. Was leaving cell on
$5,000 bond when arrest took place.
- Chicago postoffice receipts for Feb
Richard Ketching, 203S Aubert av.,
juror in robbery case, walked across
street "to get lunch. Robbed $20.
o o r-
DETROIT COPPERS ARREST 300
PERSONS IN REDLIGHT
Detroit, Mich., March '6. Directed
by Prosecuting Att'y Sheppard, 153
police and detectives today swept in
to vice districts of the city an"d" ar
rested about 300 persons, men and
women, white and black, found in al
leged disorderly resorts.
Every known resort in the city was
visited by the raiders. The prisoners
were taken to the Central station,
where they were registered and- their
finger prints taken. They were then
told to leave Detroit immediately or
be prepared to stand prosecution.
GUESS IT'S SO THAT "ALL THE
WORLD LOVES A LOVER"
"All the world loves a lover," has
been said. And here and there little
stories come to light which go far
to prove it.
Yesterday attaches of the court of
Municipal. Judge Hill in South Chi
cago made two young people who
wanted to get married and- live on
love, very happy.
Joseph Symkowski and Stella Do
minski appeared before the. judge at
the end of the court call. They spoke
in Polish. The judge called an inter
"They want to get married, your
honor," said the interpreter.
"All right," beamed the judge.
"Where's the license?"
"They haven't.got any?" the judge
was told. "You see, they're broke."
Here was a problem too big for any
mere judge ta solve. Only a woman
could do that. And a woman did.
Mrs. Lillian Hindman, sup't of the
South Chicago branch of the Court of
Domestic Relations, stepped up. She
looked at the couple. And a queer
look of tender happiness came in her
"If they love each other, your hon
or," she said", "it seems to me that it's
up to us to furnish the incidentals."
And everybody contributed some
thing. The couple were married.
Then Mrs. Hindman found them a
The new Mrs. Symkowski and her
husband left bursting with happiness.
And the bailiff couldn't 'understand
the tears that were in Mrs. Hindman's
Half long-skirted coats with a tre
mendous flare at the hems are the1
, latest fancy.