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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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MOVIE PERSONALITIES
Vivian Rich, chic little American actress, is a resident of Santa Bar-
bar a, and a great favorite with girls who frequent the film theaters. Miss
Rich is an exceedingly busy miss. Yet she finds time for no end of recrea
tion and holds the banner for the number of frats and societies to which
she belongs.
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WILSON MAY AGAIN ACT IN THE commutation of Hfflstrom's sentence
HILLSTROM CASE
Washington, Nov. 12. Personal
appeals were made Thursday to
President Wilson by Mrs. J. Sargent
Cram, New York city, and Elizabeth
Gurley Flynn, I. W. W. organizer, to
save life of Joseph. Hillstrom, sen
tenced to death in Salt Lake City,
Utah, on charge of murder. Presi
dent listened to their plea for ten
minutes, after -which they said he told
them he would do everything he
could to save the man.
Women told the president they
were not asking pardon, hut only for
to life imprisonment in order that the
case can be more fully investigated.
President is expected to write gov
ernor of Utah again.
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COURT AWARDS SIX CENTS
Benton Harbor, Mich., Nov. 1Z
Damages of 6 cents and costs were
awarded Augusta HoUiday by a jury
that found "Prince Coy" Purnell, heir
apparent of "King Benjamin" of the
House of David, guilty of slander. It
is reported the colony may quit Ben
ton Harbor as a result of the adverse
verdict - -
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