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WIFE OF U. S. NAVAL OFFICER WHOSE BEAUTY
. MADE HER LEADER IN CAPITAL SOCIETY
Mrs. L W. Clarke, Wife of Ensign Clarke, U. S. N., a Washington Societyt
Woman and Noted -Beauty.
ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A BAG OF
John Leonard, patrolman, Brigh
ton Park station, will have to answer
to the trial board to a charge of hav--ing
taken three and one-half pounds'
of chicken feed from a 50-pound bag
which was recovered from thieves
RAGEN COLTS ATHLETIC CLUB
TO GIVE BALL TONIGHT
The Ragen Athletic club having
tained-a membership of 2,000, has
secured the 7th Regt armory, 34th
stand Wentworth av, for its an
nual mask ball, to be held tonight
The committee on prizes for this
and which, it is said, Capt Bernard ball has secured a great number and
Baer was going to take home with
Capt Baer sent Det Serg't John
V. Lavey out to a railroad, to inves
tigate a car robbery. He returned
with a bag of chicken feed.
A few pounds w.ere later tstolen
from the bag. -Leonard is blamed.
they feel no one will be missed when
times comes to distribute them.
Coirfused by smoke, Mrs. E. L. Fra
gel, 6o, jumped from veranda, 516
Englewood av. Landed on head.
Dead 16 others asleep in house had
narrow, escapes. .7 injured,