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MRS. E. F. MOHR, ON TRIAL FOR
DEATH OF HUSBAND
Widow of Providence, R. L, physi
cian, who is charged with having in
stigated the murder of her husband,
Dr. P. C. Mohr.
JANE ADDAMS CRITICISES WAR
TALK OF ROOSEVELT
Washington, Jan. 14. Jane
Addams, one of the founders of the
Progressive party, told the house
committee on filitary affairs says
she no longer could follow CoL
"He is ready to fight at the drop
of the hat and far be it from me to
defend him. And I do not believe that
he speaks for any larger body of peo
ple," she said.
She endorsed President Wilson's
policy inMexico, but opposed his pre
T POLICE GIVING COURT BETTER
HELP ON BOY QUESTION
The police seem to be getting a
better understanding of the general
fitness of things in making arrests of
boys. Recently there have been so
few of the senseless arrests that
were so common in the past that
Judge Fisher has made comment
upon the matter from the boys' court
"The police are giving the court
better co-operation," said Judge
Fisher. "There have been fewer
senseless arrests. Recently there
have been no lads put under arrest
and haled befqre this bench because,
they whistled too loud or did some
thing equally as harmless if boyish."
Judge Fisher a short time ago
twice from the bench "climbed the
collar" of police who put in jail
youths who had done nothing but
some boyish prank that could in no
manner be construed as a violation
of the law.
Judge Fisher made his remarks on
the police after the preliminary hear
ing of the four boys charged with
holding" up Walter Schroeder, 1061
Spaulding av., and four others. The
four boyB concerned are all out on
bonds ranging from $2,000 to $5,000.
They are: Frank Slitinsky, 16, 2149
W. 18th; Andrew Jarnecki, 23, 2313
W. 18th; Frank Walczak, 18, 2115 W.
18th; Michael Adams, 18, S. Leavitt
and W. 21st
Washington. Necessity for more
steamboat inspectors to prevent rep
etition of Eastland disaster detailed
by Gen. Uhler, chief of inspection
service, to house merchant marine
Galveston, Tex. Four of crew of
U. S. artillery corps distribution boat .
drowned when craft was run down
by tank steamer.
Washington. Pres. Wilson ap
proved Sen. Tillman's bill providing
for government armor plant
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