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wrong side of car. Case in court to
day. The Favorite and Mineral City, two
excursions boats running between
Lincoln and Grant Parks, collided iu
harbor. No one injured.
Mayor Thompson and aldermen
leave for Springfield to push passage
of home rule bill. Opposition ex
Paul Temple, 9, 1639 W. Adams,
tried to flip on auto truck. Slipped.
Died of skull fracture.
Mary Trainor, 3110 Filmore st,
robbed of purse containing $50 by
l PICTURE ACTIVITIES
1 By Agnes W. Harrison
"The Commanding Officer," under
"False Colors," "Sold" "The Goose
. Girl" to "The Man From Mexico" for
"His Last Dollar," so that "David
Harum" with "Ready Money" could
take "The Woman" by "The Straight
Road" to "Mistress Nell," "The Gov
"Cameo Kirby,"."The Circus Man,"
said, "It's No Laughing Matter.'"
Meet me "Behind the Scenes" "After
Five" with "The Million" for "The
"One of Our Girls" appears to be
"Such a Little Queen," but she is
"Merely Mary Ann," "A Country
Mouse," who is living with "Tess of
the Storm Country" in "The Valley
of the Moon" and waiting for "The
Ring and the Man."
"Cinderella" rode "In the Bishop's
Carriage" to repay "The Call of the
North" and found "Young Romance"
there with "Captain Courtesy," a
"Gentleman of Leisure," with all "The
Morals of Marcus," though of the
"Aristocracy." "The Caprices of Kit
ty" were responsible for this "Bach
elor's Romance" and "Her Triumph"
is as sweeping as "The Typhoon."
Paterson, N. J. Unable to dispose
of 3-months'-old baby for $3, woman
left it in field.
VANDERBILT WIDOW- AND- HER
$10,000,000 BABY .. ,
Latest picture of Mrs. Alfred Gwynn
Vanderbilt, left a widow by the Lusi-
tania disaster, and George J. Van
derbilt, youngest of her two 510,000,
Steam Engineers' union No. 402
will elect officers at 208 N. Clark st,
Tuesday, 9p. m.
Water waste, cost and cause and
prevention will be discussed by John
A. Ericson before City club Wednes
day noon, "
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