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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 12, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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Miss Crowe's will, and it-leaves you
everything, cottage included."'
He thrust his document under Jim
1 Maine's face.
"It does, does it!""" roared Maine.
"Then I'll have it."
"No, you won't," answered Claflin.
"This will '.was executed three days
before the forged one that has been
admittedto probate.""
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GRAND.QPERA STAR "STARS" IN
NOVEL
Louise Homer- .
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New York. Famous artist, devot
ed wife, mother of twins, Mme. Lou
ise Homer, grand opera star, is now
being "starred" as the heroine of
Anne Warwick's story of stage life,
"Victory Law."-
BARRYS-fclNSWOMAMTO UNVEIL
STATUE
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Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Elise Hep
burn, great grand niece of' Commo
dore Jo Barry, will unveil-the monument-to
be dedicated at Washington,
May 16, to the "Father of the Amer
ican Navy" ' -The Barry memorial
statue, which cost. $50,000, .is a
tribute' from he United States to the
revolutionary naval hero.
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Stains on. Tiled Hearth -Rub
wun sana auu paraum uut evay. .
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