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happy. Will recover. Officials probing suspicious fire at Cohen & Levin's, 329 W. Monroe st State food commission insists choc-J olate should be used4n chocolate ice cream. Manufacturers prefer cocoa for several reasons. Rudolph Heartsch, 2623 Sheffield av., and Louis Wenken, 2617 Sheffield av., .fined $50 and costs. Tried to flirt with. Florence Clarken, 15. Mrs. Nellie. Higgs held to grand jury for murder of William Willis. Mrs. Lo.uis Wolff, 7737 Goldsmith av., father and two children saved from asphyxiation by kitten. Cat scratched woman's face awakirig her in time to shut open jet City claims $146,613.62 of the $200,000 fees collected by Former State's Att'y John B. W- Wayman. Pickpockets reaped harvest at City Hall yesterday. City and coun ty employes robbed during crush at Sammy Meisenberg's bier. Frank Bury fined $25 and costs for talking to John Palitis' wife. Judge ruled man had no right to have coat off in other man's home. Daniel B. Scully claims Archie M. Andrews induced him to invest $20, 000 in theater for which no charter was issued. Demands return of funds. Joseph Esposito held for murder of William Laird, street car conductor. Frank Miller, 26, indicted under Mann white slave law. Alleged to have brought Anna Martin from St. Louis to Chicago. Frank White found in empty flat with buffalo robe and pair of shoes. Claimed he was preparing to go to funeral. Given 30 days on rockpile. Miss Edith"Ogden Harrison, daugh ter of mayor, home from world tour. Home of F. Morris, 431 Oakdale av., looted. Jewelry gone. Charles Adlehelm, 1557 Otto st, fined $100 and costs for threatening wife with knife. Beginning June 15 Roy Knaben bue, Los Angeles, will start passen ger service with 10 passenger semi arid dirigible. Athletes barred from dramatic pro duction at University of Chicago. Will be expelled from teams if they wdar Paris gowns at classic dance. Outdoor sleeping on ground con demned as method of fighting tuber culosis by Dr. T. C. Hood at Homeo pathic meet John Alden fined $200 for repre senting himself as agent of Masonic societies. o o THREATEN A LOCKOUT OF 1,600 MEMBERS OF BAKERS' UNION The Chicago Bakery Men's Ass'n is trying to threaten the bakers' union. They declare that unless the bakers who walked out of L. Walter Powers' restaurants go back to work imme diately they will lock out 1,600 mem bers of the union. Also they make threats against any organization which might ask; the bakers' -union not to go back. From the tone of the bakers' talk during the day it was evident the men would continue on strike. MARSHALS GUARD MINE Fort Smith, Ark., May 14. United States Marshal Frank Mayes was to day instructed by the attorney gen eral at Washington to place the Prairie Creek mine of the Mammoth. Vein Coal Co. under a guard of deputy marshals The corporatioiTlast week secured a permanent injunction against the union miners, restraining them fi-gm. interfering with the plant as a result of a demonstration last month, when the mine began operations as an open shop. o o MURDER IN LITTLE- ITALY The "sawed-off shotgun" murders in the Italian colony was resumed to day when Leonardo Insfrantce, 27, a laborer, was killed on his way to work. Both barrels were fired at hifn. at the distance of but a few feet and he was literally blown to pieces.