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Morris, illustrated, too, as they have
been by James Montgomrey Flagg,
R. M. Crosby and Dan Sayre G roes
beck? Well, neither did WE until
Pauline Frederick, the reigning
star of the big pageant-drama, "Jos
eph and His Brethren," and , the
actress whom Harrison Fisher crea
tor of "The American Girl," declares
is the most beautiful woman in all
America, has just finished a series of
poses from life to illustrate some of
Here you will see a woman, won
drously beautiful as any Gibson or'
Flagg heroine, but alivfe, really doing
what the author's dream-girl did in
his vision! j
It will be just as if it had all actual
ly happened when' the movie-man
was passing by!
The first story Miss Frederick will
illustrate will be "Holding Hands,"
Gouverneur Morris' charming tale of
"little Miss Blythe," who didn't know
whether to marry rich, middle-aged
"Bob" or poor, young Mister Mas
ters. The picture is as exquisite as a
water color and twice as realistic. It
is love's young dream caught forever
by the "Pinkerton detective lens!"
YOU CAM SEE IT!
IN THE DAY BOOK!
BULLDOGS TEAR MAN TO PIECES
DOGS ORDERED SHOT
Three vicious bulldogs, owned by
Mrs. A. Fi&h, blue ribbon winners at
several dog shows, attacked and ter
ribly mangled William Bowers, 3345
South Park avenue, when he entered
a grocery at 4518 Cottage'Grove ave
nue this morning.
Bowers' abdomen was horribly
torn, his face was lacerated and one
hand was nearly chewed off. He was
taken to a hospital in a critical con
dition. The dogs were taken to the pound
and ordered shot.
Frank Keiper, patent attorney em
ployed by Empire Voting Machine
Co., testified before Butts committee
that slugs and "clips" used to ren
der machine inaccurate could be
easily detected. Said one machine
could not carry all names in some
jjrimary elections. Two would be
Two indictments, involving eight
men in election frauds, expected from
special grand jury investigating No
vember election. Special Prosecutor
Northrup declared glaring frauds
were uncovered by the grand jury in
the 12th ward, Hoyne and Bartzen
Angelo Lesalie, 24, owner of barber
shop at 1150 Milton av., arrested,
charged with annoying a woman.
Carried revolver. Showed nine sup
posed Black Hand letters as excuse
First woman jury ever empaneled
in Cook county sat in Detention Hos
pital Court to hear cases of woman
patients, charged with being insane.
Albert Berry, 14, 1507 W. Van
Buren St., trampled by horse when
he was struck by delivery wagon at
Lafln and Congress sts. Left arm
and leg mashed.
Miss Elizabeth Pielow, 20, 1530 W.
13th St., attempted to commit sui
cide by inhaling gas in her bedroom.
Mother said she was despondent over
William Van Name, known on
stage as "Billy Van," paid his wife
$2,700 alimony under terms of di
vorce granted her. She said he got
drunk six times a week. .
West Park Policeman J. J. Hughes,
stationed at Halsted st. and Jackson
blvd., injured when struck by auto
while directing traffic.
Board of Education decided to
compile and print its own speller.
Band concert in Washington Park
General rains over nearly the entire
northern portion of the corn belt