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EVERYBODY'S PICKING ON THEIR
"If she'll just leave my house I'll
pay her board any place." That's
what Stephen S. Manning, actor,
3857 Vincennes av., said about his
mother-in-law in the court of domes
tic relations today.
Manning and his wife are actors.
Mother-in-law Lizzie S. Evans has
been living with them.
Judge Sabath said he believed Man
ning was a good son-in-law. He told
mother-in-law to leave by Monday
and find board elsewhere. Manning
agreed to pay $7.50 a week for her
Jas. Kostic, 2610 S. Honore St., was
in the court of destic relations. His
wife, Elizabeth, said he came home
drunk and threatened to throw their
2-year-old child out of the window.
To keep him from doing it, she said,
she scolded him. Kostick said ms
mother-in-law was at the root of the
ERICSSON QUITS JOB
The Marshall Field estate and the
State Street Stores ass'n were not
able to save Henry Ericsson his job
as huilding commissioner. Ericsson
quit yesterday on refusal of Mayor
Thompson to give a sure promise
that he would stay on the job during
Ericsson will now give all his time
to Henry Ericsson & Co., building
contractors. He has had big jobs on
Field estate such as the Conway bldg.
and the Marshall Field annex build
ings and was in strong with the
State street stores.
James Simpson, vice president of
Farshall Field & CC, and Dan Schuy
ler, the new attorney for the State
Street Retail Stores ass'n were
among those who spoke for Ericsson
being kept on the job. When the
street alongside of the Field store
collapsed and water mains burst,
Ericsson held it was an accident and
BITS OF NEWS
Desperate suitor of Miss Frances
Fay, 15, daughter of Mrs. Paul West,
1659 W. Van Buren, threw bomb in
house. Explosion threw 20 roomers
600 sons of members of Chicago
Ass'n of Commerce went with fathers
to Kenosha to see armored war au
tos being made in Jeffrey plant
Seeking reconciliation with wife,
Geo. K. Tonjes got into wrong house.
Shot dead. G. Haines, 121 E. Chica
go av., where Tonjes tried to enter,
held by police.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. F. Klicka, J. H.
Nobak, Mrs. Jos. J. Salat, Chicago,
and R. A. and F. E, Nobak, Oak Park,
among those robbed in Southern Pa
cific train holdup near Los Angeles.
Overlooked $3,000 of Mrs. Klicka's
Morris Salnitskv. 1252 S. Mnrcmn.
15, wanted by police as 'strong arm"
man, captured after running revolver
Understood that Chas. Bostrom
will succeed Henry Ericsson as build
BUBBLY CREEK HIT AGAIN
The death knell of Bubbly creek
has been sounded many times in the
past few weeks. Yesterday Commis
sioner of Public Works Morehouse
tolled the death knell again by ob
taining an agreement between the
big packing interests and the sanitary
district to fill the creek from Ashland
to Western avs. The creek still has
a long lease of Iif e, for it is estimated
that the filling process will take three
years. The sanitarv dint- win
build a sewer along the present route.
aii ordinance, granting permission
tO dO the Work, will hp intrnAnnaA in
the council Monday jpight
Newcomb, N. Y. Because he en
tertained late Samuel Wnlstnn -arith
jokes and funny stories in his dying
days. Charles M. Eberhart of Kent-
-an act oi uoa, rawer man iamt oi I
was left ?2,500 by Walsiooi
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