The following items were taken from the March 24 through 30, 1912, Examiner.

The following items were taken from the March 24 through 30, 1912, Examiner.


In handling female prisoners, Police Judge Lowe has found there are no separate accommodations provided at city hall for women prisoners. If put in the city jail, they have to be treated just like the men. It is true they could be put in a cell to themselves, but they would be exposed to the talk and gaze of the men prisoners. Judge Lowe said, “Women of this class have learned that we will not put them in jail with men, and that we have no place to keep them and this makes them bolder and more numerous. Some of them come down here from Kansas City.”