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less room in King Edward hotel.
Paulina and Madison. Brother says
he didn't suicide.
Four men arrested in Crowe hotel
raid by chief's gambling squad.
Tony Piccolo, 1011 W. Polk, ar
rested for writing Black Hand note
Entire population of Downers'
Grove to honor 100th birthday of
Capron Stanley on Jan. 12.
Mrs. Arthur Weber, wife of mgr. of
Para Auto Tire Co., granted divorce
when she told of prehistoric costumes
effected by husband and Vera Fife.
U. S. circuit court of appeals upheld
six months' sentence -against Robert
Linn, charged with using mails to de
fraud. Sold mining stock.
Saying public asylums were better
conducted than private institutions,
Gov. Dunne left for Geneva Home for
Girls. Says no strait-jackets are
Frank Theis, 16, 632 Belden, stu
dent, experimented with nitro-gly-cerin.
It exploded. Badly cut and
Federal grand jurysworn in yes
terday. Thos. Maney, 2914 S. Loomis,
Joseph Griffin, new president of
board of trade, talks about new
building to cost $3,000,000.
Government to investigatd grain
firms alleged to be receiving rebates
Irene Bruice, 3533 S. Wabash,
robbed by negro with glass revolver,
who was captured.
Thief got grip of Cheriff Chas. Or
ther, Fenville, Mich., in Grand Cen
Dr. Robertson, health com'r, wants
explanation from each of his sick
employes. Says sickness is sinful.
Decrease in pneumonia cases in
health "departments reports. Epi
No hope of identifying torso found
in South Chicago oil plant fire.
City council committee asked rail
way terminals com'n to make report
on electrification. '$500,000 chamber
of commerce report submitted for
EX-WIFE OF AMERICAN DIAMOND
KING WEDS MOVIE STAR
FANNIE. WARD -
Her jump from the stage to film
land has resulted in her marriage to
John Dean, a prominent moving pic
ture actor. Fanny Ward once was
the wife of Joseph Lewis, famous
PRIZE MASQUE BALL
Cornell A. C. will give its annual
prize masque ball at the Seventh
Regiment armory next Saturday eve
ning. $500 in prizes will be given
away. The judges will be: Buck
Weaver of the White Sox, Joe Tinker
of the-Cubs, A. Slight, T. Boyle, S.
Kavanaugh, H Norris, A. Pressler, W.
Finn, Jos. McDonough and Eddie
Santry, former bantam champion.
A fiiium hero is not without honor
save in his own studio. Selig Sage,