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AMERICAN PRINCESS TRIED IN
E. Chicago av. police station. Lieut.
Garrick and Patrolman Pete Sehous
made the arrest. , -
Princess de Polignac, a native of
the United States, is on trial in Eng
land on charge of conspiring with
her brother, Washington M. G. Sing
er, an American, to defraud the revenue.
WIFE SLAYER BUCKLEY CAUGHT
John Buckley, 3845 Wallace st,
who last night shot and killed his
wife of a year, Mrs. Aurelia Buckley,
5528 Lake Park av., after she had
filed suit for divorce, was captured
in the parish house of the Holy
Name cathedral, superior and State.
Buckley invaded the parish house,
drew a revolver ahd threatened the
priests. One of the priests called the
12th annual Poale Zion biblical
mask ball at 2d Regiment Armory,
Mad&on and Washtenaw av., 8 p.m.
Cash prizes for best biblical and Jew
ish masks. Admission 25 cents.
Junior Socialist league concert and
dance, Workers' Inst, 1603 W. 12th,
8 p. m.
Wfn. Rodriguez and S. Stedman
speak in interests of Maurice Sis
kind, editor of Jewish World, candi
date for alderman, at Herzl school,
Douglas blvd. and Lawndale av.
City Club of Chicago luncheon at
11:30 a. m. Prof. Howard R. Smith
of Live Stock Exchange speaks on
"The Meat Supply and the High Cost
of Living." Speaking at 1 p. m.
More fog during 1916 than in any
previous year, according to figures at
the various signal stations.
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