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DAUGHTER OF PRINCETON "U"
PRESIDENT TO WED
The marriage of Elizabeth Grier
Hlbben, daughter of John Grier Hib
ben, president of Princeton univer
sity, to. Prof. Robert Maxwell Scoon
of the 'classics department will take
place Tuesday, November 23, at four
o'clock in the afternoon in Marquard
chapel. The Rev. Francis Lindley
Patton, ex-president of the univer
sity, will perform the ceremony, as
sisted by the Rev. Ralph B. Pomeroy
Of the First Episcopal- church or
Princeton. Miss Barbara Armour of
Princeton will be maid of honor and
Thompson Scoon, brother of the
bridegroom, will be best man. The
Misses Esther and Marian Cleveland,
daughters of Grover Cleveland, will
act as bridesmaids.
Darnell, la. County officials are
scouring Iowa county for robbers
who blew safe of Parnell Savings
bank during night and escaped with
$2,000 in cash.
KING CONSTANTINE OPPOSES
GREEK WAR PARTY
Athens, Nov. 6. hi approval of
the attitude of Gen. Yanakitsa, war
minister in the Zaimis cabinet, whose
defiance of Ex-Premier Venizelos'
pro-war followers in parliament on
Thursday precipitated the Greek cab
inet crisis, King Constantine appoint
ed Yanakitsa his aide-de-camp.
Constantine conferred separately
with all the cabinet members follow
ing ministry's resignation.
London. The Greek and Serbian
ministers here conferred today pre
sumably with reference to Greek help
for Serbia, which the Serbs are ad
mittedly hopeful will result from the
Athens cabinet crisis.
I. W. W.'s will celebrate opening of
new headquarters, 933 W. Madison,
Nov. 13, with entertainment and
smoker. Pubhc forum will be held
Ex-Pres- Wm. Howard Taft will
speak, "Orchestra hall, Nov. 10, on
"What Shall Be Our National Atti
tude Toward a League of Nations to
"Do American Workingmen Want
Large Standing Army?" subject of
lecture by Wm. Thurston Brown,' Co
lonial hall, 20 W. Randolph, Sunday,
8 p. m.
Spcialist State Reps. Madsen and
Mason will speak at West Side So
cialist hall, 1603 W. 12th, Sunday at
8 p. m.
West Side People's Forum, Church
of the Redeemer, Robey and War
ren av., will begin second season
Sunday night with Mayor Thompson
discussing his ideals for Chicago.
Are public schools privately owned?
Issue will b ediscussed Sunday aft
ernoon, 2:45 p. m., in public meeting
in Drill hall, Masonic Temple, on the
topic, "Crisis in Our Schools." Speak
ers: Aid. Rodriguez and J. Stitt Wil
son, formerly Socialist mayor of
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