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VOTELESS WOMEN CONVENE IN;
with conductor. Motorman called po
lice. Julius Stulper, delicatessen owner,
315 W. 63d, sent Edward "Bunny"
Smith to pay $42 bill. "Bunny" dis
appeared. Judge Landis took matter of de
murrer of William Rufus Edwards,
charged with Mann act, under advise
ment. Council finance committee wants
council chambers moved from 2nd to
11th floor pf city hall. Present cham
ber bad sound conductor and alder
men say they have to yell too much.
Charles Johnson, 631 Drexel av.,
arrested as keeper of alleged hand
book at 363 W. Madison; 8 men ar
rested in raid.
Andrew Schultz, 1625 N. Francisco
av., discharged by Tebbets & Garland
grocery, 16 N. Michigan, when he was
accepted as juror. Will ask State's
Att'y Hoyne to have firm cited for
contempt of court.
Henry Smith, janitor, 5356 Mich
igan av., bought whisky and revolver
for Christmas. They didn't mix well.
Police. Smith fined $50.
Frank Cavanaugh, grocery driver,
robbed of $52 by 3 men.
W. Mecznikowski, foreman Stand
ard Coffin & Casket Co., 1029 W. Chi
cago av., found dead in elevator shaft.
No one saw accident.
Council sub-committee may change
names of detectives now elapsed as
first and second-class detective ser
geants to senior detective sergeants
and detective sergeants.
Otto Heintz, out of work, jumped
from Erie st. bridge. Rescued by
Policeman Prank Howard. Both in
Mrs. Carl Duncan, 4337 Dearborn,
suing for divorce, said husband al
ways threw money at her. Exhibited
scars to prove statement. Decree
War may not be as terrible as one
thinks. For instance, three fellows
who married acresses have been
$&S. 5. &. StltHSOtcS
Indianapolis, Ind. Voteless, but
not voiceless, the "women's legisla
ture of Indiana has convened at the
capital for the purpose of helping to
make Indiana's laws.
The "women's legislature," which
is presided over by Mrs. S. C. Stim
son of Terre Haute, is the organiza
tion through which the women of In
diana will endeavor to secure legis-j
lation of interest to women and chil
dren. Sessions will be held daily at
the Claypool hotel and bills passed
by the "women's legislature" will be
presented to the official legislature.
Germans have a Tipperary song
"It's a short, short march to Calais."
It's a wonder that all those European
hghters don t go to singing that beau
tiful American ballad. "We Don't )
Know Where We're Going, but We're g
On Our Way."