WINNING. BEAUTY OFi'f HE BLUE
to live -with wife, on probation. Case '
Maud Day, vocal teacher; ; Emma
Milner, dressmaker; H. K. Legg and
James Daly fined $5. Arrested at
3923 'Ellis av. on neighbor's com
.plaints. John Kinsella left $100,000 estate
Home of Mrs. A. H. Wood, 4644
Ellis av., entered by burglars. $475
worth of "loot gone.
M. H. Hammerberger, 4901 S.
Michigan av., says burglars took
$225 worth of goods from home.
Lucy Massey, 3340 N. Paulina, su
ing Stewart & Co. and Loftis & Co.
for $25,000 for false arrest
Chas. Hart, collector, arrested.
John Mayor, grocer, says he failed to
turn in $31.
Evanston police looking for Snood
les' T. D. Buffington's French poodle,
who disappeared when it overturned
a bee hive.
Burglars took'$933 worth of goods
from home of Josenh Bullock, real
estate man, living at 1454 N. Dear
Saloon license of Wm. O'Connor,
800 W. Lake, revoked. Man robbed
Roland Conklin, pres. of New York
Motor Bus Co., in Chicago on way to
fair. Has abandoned his land yacht
because of bad roads.
Coroner's jury exonerated A. M.
Serritella, drug clerk who shot and
killed Jas. Ray, postal--clerk. Seri
tella claimed he was attacked.
Drainage board re-adopted resolu
tion ousting Lyman Cooley from job
over veto of President Smyth.
Mayor to leave on second trip to
fair on Oct 4, after first council
The war veil is the latest freak of
fashion in Paris. The two designs
most frequently seen are those of a
black cannon woven In the mesh just
where it rests on the cheek, and a
Vbeauty spot" woven in the' shape of
the'Hed:Cfpsa, : j J -
New York. Once again a Viennese
operetta pufe humor, pep, pretty
dancing, charming"music, color and
a strain of wilting romance into New
York's opening theatrical, season.
"The -Blue Paradise" is the one un
qualified success among' the 'new pro
ductions of Manhattan stages.
Vivienne Segal is one. of 'the win
ning beauties of the production. Cecil.
Lean -is the hero.
DID HEALEY FOOZLE ON HANNA?
Did Chief-Healey' foozle the firing
of Francis D. Hanna, morals in
spector? There was a slip-up somewhere, it
seems, for Hanna is not pounding
pavements for a new job and the chief
is looking for a way to get in the clear
and still lose Hanna.
Percy B. Coffin, president of the
merit board, explained the "slip-up"
was due to-lack of teamwork. He in
timated, that if the chief had "ar
ranged the matter" with the commis
sion in advance that Hanna would
have been .turned loose ygfa "ng sJJnfo
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