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SHE'S DEVOTED TO ARTJBUT BABIES ARE rjOT.
FORGOTTEN BY NOTED SINGER
JULIACUU5.SEN . i
She's devoted to art, but it's an open secret that the famous Swedish
contralto, star, of the Chicago Grand Opera company, is also devoted to
home. She has two charming little daughters, who attend a convent school
in Chicago. During the opera season the prima donna keeps house sho
cooks as artistically as she sings.
BABY, THOUGHT DEAD, REVIVED
IN UNDERTAKER'S SHOP
I. H. Rosenberg stumbled over a
bundle as be left bis borne, 8224 S.
Emerald av., at 6 a.m. He picked
tbe bundle up. In it was a baby.
Rosenberg got the police 'on the
phone. '"Pound a dead baby on my
doorstep," he told them-.
The police took the little body to
Wm. B. Hornung's, morgue 8610
Summit av. "Frozen to 'death' was
the comment of the embalmer, Fxe4
The embalmer started to work
upon the body. Then a little hand
twitched, a baby arm swung in air
to accompaniment of a vigorous kick
and a good healthy cry came forth
frim baby's lungs.
Dr. A. T. Weber, 8756 Sangamon
st, hastily summoned, pulled the-
'baby through in fine shape. He took
it home with him and will name it