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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 19, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 6

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Virginia, Franciscan ups, fled from
St. Elizabeth's Hospital when they
heard Mother Superior intended to
separate them. Persuaded to return
by promise they: would not be sapa
rated. London. Andrew Carnegie has
transferred administration of income
from $10,000,000 5 per cent steel
bonds from Carnegie Corporation of
New York to Carnegie Dunfermline
trust.
Brussels. Princess Louise and
Stephanie, daughters of late King
Leopold, will appeal to court of cas
sation against decision dismissing
their claim to entire Congo property
left by their father and worth
$14,000,000.
Lisbon, Two new telegraph
cables will soon connect U. S. and
England by way of Azores. Contract
signed.
Des Moines, la. Iowa Humane So
ciety butted in when neighbors com
plained that Mrs. H. P. Stewart was
rearing her baby too scientifically.
Baby not getting so much science,
now.
Boston. Mayor Fitzgerald has or
dered free Punch and Judy shows in
Boston playgrounds from Aug. 1 un
til schools reopen.
London. Brussels correspondent
of Chronicle cables that Tsar Fer
dinand and Crown Prince Boris have
fled from Bulgaria. Not confirmed.
Pittsburgh. Reported that Lillian
Russell's husband is to resign as edi
tor and president of the Pittsburgh
Leader.
Atlanta, Ga. Senator Hoke Smith
of Georgia, administration's right
hand man in senate, today attacked
vast distributions of charity by
wealthy men and women of nation.
Hammond, Ind. J. N. Hurty, In
diana State Board of Health, is on
trail of Chicago genius who is mak
ing cherry pie frpm watermelon
pulp.
aPorte, Ind. Hundreds of letters
coming to Harry S. Hammond, alias
Billy Clark, who wrote state gover
nors offering any part of his body;
skin or blood, work on farm free of
charge for two years or the suffer
ing of a dozen public whippings if
by any of these things he can escape
term in Michigan City prison.
Springfield, III. First thing Lieut
Go v. Barratt O'Hara did yesterday
when he became acting governor was
to free twelve prisoners from state
penitentiary.
Paris. Clarence H. Mackay of the
Postal Telegraph Co., who has been
living near the Champs Elysees for
last fornight, sailed for Scotland with'
his children last night.
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TWO LITTLE ORPHANS GO FROM
RICHES TO NEAR POVERTY --
Two little orphans, a boy and a
girl, John and Mary, given a taste of
home life and mother love for just
a little while, are again orphans, a
home that once was happy is broken
up, one of the children's guardian
angels is in the County Hospital, and
they are being cared for by a man
who has just stepped across the bor
derland of hoyhood himself and who
earns only $14 a week.
The children were given homes by
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Paulsen. John
came first. He was found wander
ing on? the street clad in a Buster
Brown suit, and he was lost. His pic
ture was published in the paper, but
If he had a real mother living she
never came to claim him.
Then Mrs. Paulsen, whose hus
band, the banker, had been released
from prison because of her personal
plea to the President for his pardon,
took Buster or John Into her heart
and her beautiful home In the Leiter
flat building at 1550 Jackson Park
terrace.
Mrs. Paulsen was very happy with
John, but John wanted a playmate
and so a little girl, Mary, was taken
from an institution and the two chil
dren played together and were taken
for long rides in Mr. Paulsen's auto
mobile, driven by his chauffeur, Joe.
Joe Is not very big for a man, but

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