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t C0LCORNFJJU5 VANDfRBILT
. He's colonel of the 69th New York,
(ift first regiment to reach the state
L camp, and was photographed as he
. greeted the departure of his troops.
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NEW WEEKLY PAPER
Max Dezettel has come to Chicago
.to edit and publish the Chicago La
bor News, a new weekly paper that
will be devoted to news of the Chi
cago labor world.
Dezettel promises that the Chica
go Labor News will be ever militant
for the cause of labom
ROTSCHILD AWNING FALLS
THREE ARE INJURED
Three were injured, several bruised
and a small riot caused in State
street this morning by the falling of
an awning extending out from the
State street side of the Maurice L.
Injured were taken to St. Luke's
hospital in private ambulances by the
store officials. News of the accident
was withheld from the police.
Those injured were: Elizabeth Sro
czak, 62d and Archer av.; Josephine
Standarsky, 2119 W. 49th pi., and
Sidney Kohn, Great Northern hotel
Two men were engaged in making
repairs on the awning when it felL
One man dropped the end he was
holding. The pole in the awning
struck the pedestrians.
A Day Book reporter sought iafor
matioa at the offices of Maurice L.
Rothschild & Co., but . none was
iortncommg. une man, wno acted
as spokesman, said he had heard of
the accident, but that no one was
injured, to his knowledge.
The police of the central detail
station were in ignorance of the ac
cident until informed by the reporter.
DICK DUNNE GETS FURLOUGH
TO GET MARRIED
Richard J. Dunne, son of Gov. Ed.
ward F. Dunne, took a furlough from
the Illinois national guard today to
get married. His "war bride" was
Miss Frances Fitzgerald of Chicago
and they were married at 9:30 a. m.
at the Church of Our Lady of ML
Carmel. Gov. Dunne and his family
came from Springfield to attend the
Young Dunne, who is a member of
Battery D, was granted a five-day