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ROYALTY IGNORED BY GERMAN
PRINCE TO WED COUNTESS
Countess Von Bassewitz-Levitzow
and Prince Oscar.
Opposition of Kaiser Wilhelm to
the morganatic marriage of his fifth
son, Prince Oscar, to .Countess Ina
Marie von Bassewitz-Levitzow has
disappeared, and the Empress' maid
of honor will become her daughter-in-law.
The countess is one of the most beau
tiful women in Germany and daugh
ter of the minister of stateo the
Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg
Schwerin. The prince, who is 22 years of age,
is believed to be about four years
younger than his bride-to-be.
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WOMEN CAN'T VOTE FOR U. S.
SENATOR, SAYS MITCHELL
The Board of Election Commission
ers will be told by their attorney,
Charles H. Mitchell, today that wom
en have no legal right to vote for
United States Senator under the Illi
nois equal suffrage law. If the com
missioners disregard Mitchell's opin
ion the fight will be taken to the Su
ELECTRIC KILLS CHILD
'A sixteen-months'-old baby was
killed yesterday when an electric runV
about crashed onto a sidewalk and
upset the perambulator in which the
child was sleeping.
The auto was driven by Mrs. Bes
sie Paulman, wife- of Henry Paul
man, prominent auto dealer. The
child was the daughter of Mrs. Alex
andria Kovowska, wife of a janitor at
4815 Woodfawn avenue. The accident
occurred in, front of that address.
Mrs. Paulman, said the car be
PROBE ICE CREAM FOR GERMS
The Chicago Health Department is
on a hunt for germs in ice cream.
Health Commissioner Young will be
gin the investigation this week to see
if the frozen dainty is safe. Ice
cream and carbonated drinks are also
being investigated by the State
Board of Health.
KAUFMAN WAS THE MAN
The item in the city briefs under
date of April 9, stating that D. R..
Cohen, constable Maywood, was
fined $15 for allowing-boys to play
poker in his ice cream' parlor, was an
error in, names.. The man fined was
A. Kaufman, 642 ST Berkley avv for,
whom Mr. Cohen acted as attorney, t
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