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released. Two will find work. One
Mrs. Gertrude Fuller of Pittsburgh
will talk on "The Friendship of Na
tions" before Sunday Morning Club
at Oak Theater, Armitage and West
Wm. Jackson of Jackson Bros. &
Co., Board of Trade operators, dead.
Mrs. Josephine Dacquisto granted
divorce. Said husband forced her to
Wife of Dr. Irving Eddy asking di
vorce. Says hubby would not speak
to her for months.
Congressman abath lost watch
and papers from home at 2006 S.
Ashland av. Blames political ene
mies. William Lorimer. former U. S. sen
ator, in court, asked day set for trial.
Indicted for alleged bank frauds.
"I'm merely watcher," declared
Ex-Pres. Taft at luncheon yesterday.
Inspectors found ballots in ware
house. Election officials in 17th pre
cinct of 2d ward will be asked to ex
plain. Mrs. D. E. Osgodby, 919 Welling
ton av., victim of purse snatcher.
Paul Mangarelli, 90. Sedgwick st.,
hit by slugs from sawed-off shot gun.
Badly wounded. "Black Hand"
blamed. Assailant unknown.
Wung Yuen, chink caught in box
car at Gary, ordered deported.
Gov. Dunne proclaimed Dec. 3
new Illinois holiday. Birthday of the
Merchants of Lincoln-Belmont
neighborhood held business parade.
Floats, autos and fire dep't in march.
Several searching for Oscar Ray
mond, saildr, who turned watch
which he found over to police. Offer
homes for honest man.
Will of Fred Goss, inventor of a
printing press, disposes of estate of
Mrs. H. H. Spaulding, 155 E. Chi
cago av., pinched in fuss over clean
ing bilL Discharged on offer to pay.
BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS RESCUED
.WARREtt KERRIGAIt 4
vt "Tc-rertce O'Rourke. t
SoloLxe-r if ' foriv-fue,1
The second of the series of "Ter
ence O'Rourke, Soldier of Fortune,"
stories is crowded with romance and
Terence O'Rourke, gentleman ad
venturer, is in love with the Princess
Beatrix De1 Grandlieu and is heading
a party' for the relief of her brother,
who is in peril in the desert of Sa
hara. With the party are also Adolph
Chambert, legal adviser to and in
love with the princess. The Prince
de Grandlieu, Beatrix's husband,
some time before the action of the
story has spent most of his wife's
money and has conceived plans for
getting rid of her brother, whose
money reverts to the princess in the
event of his death. The boy, who, al
though a spendthrift, has great am
bition, has been persuaded by the
princess to establish an empire upon
the desert of Sahara and make him
The princess receives word from