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evidence showing Miss Cope had "at
tempted to blackmail him. She
charges him with violation of Mann
Herman Van, 334 S. Winchester
av., arrested for dodging auto. Was
wearing sign saying "Help the blind."
Ella Macouche, 6, 1156 Chatham
ct,' burned to death trying to start
lire with kerosene.
Members Young Men's ' Federated
Jewish Charities urged to take more
active interest in civic affairs by
speakers at smoker in Hotel Sher
man. $2,000 contributed to Prince of
Wales war relief fund at open meet
Mrs. Anna Mullen suing Woman's
Catholic Order of Foresters for $20,
000 for libel. Alleges she has been
accused of misusing funds.
Capt O'Brien, detective bureau, re
ceived letter from Anchorage, Ky..
asking him to search for parents of
young woman whose memory be
came blank when she alighted from
George Mason to represent Chi
cago River Protective Ass'n at NatT
Rivers and Harbors congress to be
held in Washington. ,
Dis't Atfy Clyne to enter appear
ance today for Federal Judge Landis,
who 1b being sued for $25,000 dam
ages by Frank Blacklidge. Hearing
set for Dec. 21.
Baby girl found abandoned in pew
at St Peter's Roman Catholic church,
St .Vincent's Orph. Infant Asylum.
Mrs. Alice Stone shot and wound
ed May Wood, 3642 S. State, after ac
cusing her of stealing husband. Both
Saloon of Dick Riccio, 752 S. Loo
mis, held up by 3 men. $65.
Woodlawn Business Men's Ass'n
to hold meeting at Hotel Hayes this
Thomas Willis, 60, 5657 S. Peoria,
broke right leg when snow plow
Alvia Bruce, 4439 Prairie av at
tempted to close beauty parlor, 128,
E. 43d "for being open after 10
o'clock, Told women he was Funk
Mrs. M. Schlies, 5717 Aberdeen,
ordered to sign peace bond on com
plaint of Mrs. M. Engelman; same ad
dress. Was accused of enticing hit
ter's baby away froin home.
COMMANDER pF FIRST BATTLE
The first battle squadron of the
British navy has been placed in com
mand of Admiral Sir Stanley Cecil
Although he has reached the high
est position in the navy, Admiral Col
ville has just turned his fiftieth year.
HEAR THE SLEIGH BELLS!
Mr. Snow Frost, from near Neo
sho, was here last week visiting his
nephews, William and Winter Frost
Springs .(Ark.) Times-