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times than she although she is be
yond the eternal gates.
"But what is the use of being jea
lous of a dead woman. Bill loves me
better than any living woman and if
he gets pleasure out of these memo
ries they are about the most harmless
things which can give blaze old Bill
"Whether Kitty would have made
him as happy as I do, I cannot say,
but I truly think if she were here and
I were over in the great-land-of-nev-er-more,
Bill would probably be drink
ing to memories of me. Such is the
preverseness of human nature.
"The one greatest fact about the
whole matter is, Margie, that you and
I and most of our friends have too
little work to do. We spend our hours
in thinking and magnifying our
"My dear, what are w$ that we
should evade the law and be the only
ones who know no sorrow nor pain?"
"Thank you, Donna," I said, as she
bent over and kissed me. "You have
been a good advisor. You have con
firmed my precious opinion."
(To Be Continued)
BOMB BLAST WRECKS HOME OF
A bomb explosion at 5:40 a. m. to
day wrecked the pretentious 3-story
stone home of Modestlno Malstrogin
ini, 3710 Grand blvd. The mansion
of Ira J. Mix, next door, was shaken.
No one was injured.
It is believed a black' hand plot.
Malstroginini had received threaten
ing letters. This is the second home
of Malstroginini's that has"beenblown
up. Malstroginini is a banker and in
surance man with office at 39 S. La
The air is about to fill up with an
other reform germ. A Cleveland
woman has appealed to the police
prosecutor to censor a neighbor's
clothes hne. "There's lingerie hang
ing on that line, in full view, that's
perfectly shocking," she complains'.
ANARCHY PLOT THINS THIRD
CRONES LETTER IN NEW YORK
Not a line of news on the Crones
case was given out by the Chicago
police last night Chicago papers had
to rely on their press associations
and the New York angle for the story.
This condition is supposed by many
to be confirmation of the report that
the mayor had issued orders to some
publicity-seeking cops to cease giv
ing the press "anarchist" news.
Mayor Thompson in a statement
to the newspapers Tuesday reminded
them that the anarchist stuff about
Chicago would hurt the reputation of
the city. It also is a stiff rap on the
administration police department.
Thompson reminded the papers
tha to hurt the "rep" of this city
wa$ to cause injury to the very in
terests which support the newspa
pers, big business.
The press, unfriendly to Thomp
son, did not stop playing the anar
chist news; but the police department
did not give anything to the papers.
The latest angle in the mystery fol
lowing the poisoning of the guests at
the banquet in honor of Archbishop
Mundelein comes from New York.
The New York Times received a
third letter from someone who signed
it "Jean Crones." The police think
the letter is from the man accused
of poisoning the soup.
The letter says that Jean Crones
will leave New York for another se
cure hiding place today.
MOTHER TRIES TO THROW BABE
An attorney friend told Mrs. Ruth
Edwards that she was illegally mar
ried to Gus Edwards, mgr. of the
North Star Inn, Belmont and N. Clark.
Late last night she twice attempted
to throw her child beneath the wheels
of an auto driven by A. Williams in
Lincoln park. She told the police that
she was going to kill the baby and
jump In the lake. Edwards, she says,
is the father'of her child.