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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 09, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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four "when she gets her weekly en
velope. As soon as she Teached this city
Miss Feldman conferred with real es
tate dealers with-whom she had been
in correspondence, looking to "buying
a bungalow in or near Los Angeles.
Though her -beauty is now worth
$100 a week, she is preparing for
that "rainy day" when good looks
may fade and she and her mother will
want to "settle, down."
With the Follies also is Vera-Mlch-elena,
who gets so much salary that
she is devoting a portion of "it to
maintain a free vocal school in New
York. The idea was suggested to
Miss Michelena by Doris Eaton, a
saleswoman in one of the New York
department stores, who although
possessed of vocal talents, had no
means of cultivating ner voice.
Twenty-nine pupils are receiving free
voice culture in Miss Michelena's
Mason City, la. Ross B. Johnson,
section foreman for Rock Island, ar
rested in connection with derailment
of Rock Island passenger Friday.
Baraboo, Wis. Richard Caine, 12,
killed by train. Picking up coal in
Chi. & Northwestern yards.
New York. Announced that Simpson-Crawford
corporation, which has
conducted old Sixth, av. department
store of that name since failure of
Henry Siegel management, will go
into voluntary bankruptcy.
New York. Courtlahd Brooks, at
tacked by fit of riccoughing Thanks
giving day, has continued hiccough
ing 5 months. May die.
Boston. Employes will share in
profits of Dennison Mfg. Co., $5,000,
000 corporation, under co-operative
Denver. Anti-Lindsey bills in leg
islature practically killed. Buried
under long list of special orders.
San Diego, Cal. 400 wealthy pas-
bengerSr including many persons so- j
,cially promiatefafeeivatclfuxaoli i
and 10 days' quarantine aboard the
steamer Northern Pacific. Smallpox.
Muncie, Ind. Prof. Ira J. McKin
ney, musician and bandmaster, ac
quitted by jury, on charge of mis
treating boy pupils. ' n
Detroit. Benj. A. Howe, Louisville,
arrested on indictments charging im
personating federal officer.
Dubuque, la. 2 men dead. Scaffold
at St. Francis' home broke.
Des Moines, la. "Honor" system
by which convicts may be able to sup
port families while serving sentences
may be established.
Gary, Ind. 3 men killed, 2 dying
anLseveral hurt hy molten metal and
gaseous fumes at III. Steel works.
Cleveland. City has, quit -fish
worm business. Municipal bait sta
tion closed. '
New York. L. C. Pearson and
daughter Margaret arrived here yes
terday. Left Berlin after living there
8 years. Food prices too high.
New York. 4 newspapermen en
route to U. S. taken off Dutch liner
Noordam by British patrol in Downs
according to passengers of liner
which arrived yesterday.
London. Corporal's eltter told how
he was about to bayonet a German
when the latter frantically waved a
union card showing his membership
m British engineers' union, of which
corporal was a member. Saved the
Amsterdam. German landwehr
private who had 65 wounds including
18 shrapnel bullet holes, was operat
ed on, losing leg and eye. Will live.
London. Every time superdread-,
iought Queen Elizabeth shells Dar-'
danelles forts for an hour it costs
taxpayers jof England $1,000,000.
Paris. German soldiers who were
toymakers before war propped up in
their trench a dummy, facing the