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8-room flat at 1319 W. 61st. Fussed 1
over cleaning of room.
C. D. Blachy is sup't of social sur
veys. Only one qualified by civil ser
Ernest Schultz in Bridewell for 3
mo. Stole revolver and $7 from Ar
thur Smith, 3659 Winchester av.
Wanted to marry. Out of job.
Nora Casella, 1422 Wabash av., hit
by car. Motorman sought. May re
cover. Parade of 3,000 school-kids marked
opening of new postoffice in S. Chi
cago. Several mounted cops spent Mon
. day catching runaway band of horses
-on S. Side. Lassoed 'em.
Lawrence Holley, 5012 Cottage
Grove av., shy $4 and watch. Rob
bers. Three negroes held up John Cou
nelsi waiter, in restaurant at 2404 S.
Safe blowers in Biograph Theater,
2433 Lincoln av., got 1,500 pennies.
Owner had taken $600 home.
Paul Xate held to grand jury for
murder. Shot Jos. Zrelinsld, 1433 wT
Four 1st and -two 2d class ser
geants shifted from detective bureau
to outside stations. Twenty shifted
Judge Petit criticises courts. Says
clerks, not chief justices, should as
Wm. Gentry, pastor of "Assembly
of God," may be cited for contempt.
Failed to pay wife $6 a week.
Anton Zickus, 8, got $4,500 from
City. Railway Co. Hit by car. Lost
Man -hurled bottle of beer through
window of Thos. P. Leonard's men's
furnishing store, Ins. Exchange Bldg.
Dr. Chas. Gowans pinched for
treating detectives for disease they
didn't have. Not guilty.
Stephen, Brusa, 1954 S. Kedzie. av.,
shot self in foot. Hunting ducks.
Waitresses fighting injunction by
Judge Baldwin have new means of
picketing, it is said. Evades court
NOTER AUTHOR KIND TO HER
Richmond, Va. Mary Johnston,
author of many famous books, does
not give all her time to novel writ
ing. Society claims a good deal of
her attention, but it isn't the smart
society of the drawing rooms.
To the dance she gives each Sat
urday night at her colonial home,
Three Hills, she invites "just the
neighbors," the young people and the
old folks, too, who live In the "neigh
borhood. These neighborhood danc
es are features of the winter season
in Bath county.
"One day," related little Lester
Livermore, "I was walking around
on my hands and the minister was
in the parlor, and I didn't know it.
Aunt Frettie slipped out and told me
she wouldn't do that when the pas
tor was there, and I said I wouldn't
neither, if I was her, b'cuz it wouldn't
look rjght Judge.