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peared before police arrived. Alfred Hamberger enjoined from exhibiting movie entitled "Victory." Edward Abelgs claimed producer ad vertised him aiieading man when he did not appear in film. Auto belonging to Joseph. Shapiro struck Sylvia Tfeumerowsky, 6, 1078 W. 14th st. Shapiro not held by po ' lice. Marion Lathrop, 27, held for ab duction. Charged -with inducing Pearl Simpson, 17, Peoria, to elope on promise of marriage. Trial of John VY. Worthington, president of defunct American Bank ing Association, for using mails to defraud, continued until .May 14. Joseph Riley and John Stone, waiters Lipsitcz & Gordon's saloon,' 64 W. Van Buren, stabbed by patron. Riley may die. Benjamin Klein, 1105 S. Halsted st, arrested. Alleged to have taken $150 ring .from Mrs. Geraldine Cade, 2321 N. California av. Omar C. Harris, 27 W. Washington st, is sending petition to governor for license to' operate employment bureau. License was revoked by labor board. Dr. Arthur Schultz, 6301 Went worth av,J and Charles Miller, 3315 Pierce av., held in connection with death of Florence Ldndquist, 18, from illegal operation. Leonidas Aubin, Newark, N. J., missing. Police searching. Stanley Kowkomski, 690 Fay st., kicked by horse in abdomen. May die. Oscar Rossrnark, Norwood Park, wants court to place him in office of constable. Claims he has been de nied right to assume job. Louis Tomazewski has filed suit for $624 against Maywood Trust and Savings Bank. Bank says money has been withdrawn. Prof. Herman Hahn, noted German sculptor and designer here. Harley S. Richardson former post vaster Oswego,. HL, sentenced to 18 months m peuitentiary for embez zling postal funds. Mfs. C. I. Loudenback, 5157 W. Grand av., wants divorce. Hubby too familiar -with other women. Mrs. Aileen Christopher must ex plain $10,000 claim for witaess fees in brick trust case. Will appear Sat urday before Judge Landis. Berhard Semper, owner of Jackson Park Storage Co., kicked wife and stayed out nights. Divorce suit filed. Sanda Lubruzzo, 11116 Cambridge av., died from bullet wound received April 19. Editor of American Druggist wants drug stores made first aid stations. Suggests state appropriation to cover cost John O'Malley, 4050 Wilcox av.,. seriously injured by street car. Sophia Metzler, 16, 1460 Melrose av., died from injuries received from street car Monday. Emma Mowatt, 1249- Blue Island av., struck by street car Saturday, - died at County Hospital o o DON'T WANT JOHN D. MONEY FOR THE GOVERNMENT Washington, May 6. "John "D. -Rockefeller, Jr., has attempted 'to debauch an American common wealth. The blood of women and children is on the hands of his brutal employes," 'declared Sen. Ashurst of Arizona in the. Senate this afternoon in urging adoption of an amendment to the agricultural bjU preventing government acceptarice of any Rockefeller money. STILL AFTER SETTLEMENT Assistant Corporation Counsel Lee D. Mathias and-Aid. M. J. Healy to day continued their efforts- to, bring about peace in the brickmakers' " strike by notifying leaders onjaoth sides to attend a conference "Which will be held in the Cit.Hall this afternoon. ' The strike began nearly hree months ago. Since then about 125, 000 men, all eagagedin the building industry, have been affected.