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whom she is suing, charged black
mail Mrs. Rob Roy Ricketts, wife of art
connoisseur, suing for divorce. Al
John Blocki, druggist, celebrated
50th year in business in Chicago.
Started at Clark and Kinzie in 1865.
Unidentified man, initials O. F.,
being held at Clark st station. Tried
to jump in river after watching the
Eastland Wednesday night
Mrs. Frances Muchiewicz, 1747 W.
47th, ignited dress while ironing.
Flames extinguished by Policewom
an Walsh with raincoat Condition
Red Cross bought Frank Depierre,
19, violin. Lost his on Eastland.
Sam Israelson and Harry Butler
arrested as accomplices of Ben Wat
kins, who has been robbing Wells
Fargo Co. for years.
150 passengers on Olympic flyer of
C( M. & St Paul road shaken when
engine left track at Canal and Car
rol. Sewer caused tracks to settle.
Sigwald Peterson, 61, "too old" to
work, suicided by gas in home at
1200 Addison. r
A. T. Fitzgerald in county jail in
default of $10,000 bond. Failed to
appear at bankruptcy hearing to tell
why assets disappeared.
Mary Smith, Chicago orphan, got
job on farm with James Pankhurst
Will inherit $10,000 when old couple
Two Scandinavian societies con
solidated at meeting in Hotel Sher
man. Total membership 25,000.
Chas. McCulloch reported slated
for presidency of school board.
Roy and Howard Schulz, 8 and 4,
journeyed from 2311 N. Kenneth av.,
to Evanston, 18 miles. There daddy
Milwaukee authorities refused to
give up body of Frank Thornton, kill
ed in railway accident, until after
probe. Mother lives here. v
Frank Calkins, Evanston chauf
feur, to be tried second time for flirt-'
tag with Evanston's policewoman.!
Jury disagreed when he said she
Rodman Law, famous steeplejack,
to walk up side of some Chicago sky
scraper on Saturday afternoon.
Gardner Warrington, 930 Irving
Park blvd., dreamed canceled mort
gage on property in Harvey, 111., was
in old chest in attic. Found it
Body of young woman, well dress
ed, found in lake at foot of Grace st
In water 2 hours.
Rhys Thackwell, reporter, 816
Main, Evanston, had trousers stolen
while swimming. Ran eleven blocks
home in shirt
Anna Klein, 2046 Fremont, tired of
life and her husband's unemploy
ment suicided yesterday afternoon
hour before he received commission
Editresses who inhabit camp of
"Little Review" threaten to shoot the
next reporter who visits them.
Man told Joseph Komiskey, 110 E.
S. Water, phone was out of order and
that call was waiting him across the
street Message fake. $1,040 gone.
Harvard men passing through Chi
cago on way to convention of Har
vard club in 'Frisco.
Bernard Gores, Penn. Ry. steward,
dropped dead on way to work.
Thomas Mann, 5137 Federal, grand
vice pres. of Royal Boosters, fined
$25. Sold liquor without license.
Dominick Dogalus, 1121 S. Clinton,
badly hurt by two men. Both locked
up. Reason for assault unknown.
DISORDERLY RESORT RAIDED
Dice, beer bottles and poker chips
were hurled at the heads of detectives
who raided a disorderly resort at 660
W. Division st early this morning.
Detective Sergeant William Burns
and company rounded up 14 colored
couples and Wm. Horton, whom they
booked as keeper.
This morning Judge Robinson of
the morals court fined the inmates $2
and Horton $25.
All pigeon-toed girls aren'$ doves