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Look for her interview with a
western director who originates,
works out and produces his scen
erios without the scratch of a pen
cil. Learn how Mona Darkfeather,
the popular "Indian" character
player, got her name.
W Take a peep with Miss Price at
the roaring hons and the crazy
elephant,- the tigers and the leop
ards at the "movie" wild animal
farm in East Los Angeles.
First story in tomorrow's Day
YOUR MOVE, GENTLEMEN!
History is often profitable in
review. LaFollette did well to re
peat in the Senate the other day
the story of how the System put
one over on him and the people in
He" had held the floor for 19
hours against the Vreeland-Al-drich
currency bill held it be
cause of a "joker" in the bill vali
dating any old kind of railroad
bond, no matter how full of wind
and water, as a legal basis of
emergency currency. To placate
him, Senator Aldrich agreed to
withdraw this provision. With
that done the bill passed the Sen
ate, went to conference, was held
until the closing hours of the ses-
cinn Qnn Wlc frln m ilt-ri AaA
tP throueh. with the "iokw" restor
ed. It is the law today.
That same power under the
rules to juggle with measures in
conference which Aldrich used so
skilfully in his service of the Sys
tern prevails today and will con
(tinue unless the progressive Dem
ocrats under Wilson insist upon
a new deal. Distinctly it is their
NEAR PANIC CAUSED BY
CRY OF FIRE
One of the audience at the Star
Theater, 1142 S. Halsted street,
yelled "fire" last night and a
stampede followed. No one was
hurt owing to the quick work of
Manager Daniel Pintozzi. His
sister, Josephine, cashier, guided
the panic-stricken audience to the
street while John Harvey, piano
player, played "My Country, 'Tis
The fire, which was in the 4
story brick building of the Sam
uel Lyons & Co., wholesale house
hold furniture, 1136-38 S. Halsted
street, next door to the theater,
caused a loss of $70,000.
Fireman Fred Hobt, 2705 S.
Sth av., and Frank Baker, 325 W.
25th st., Truck Co. No. 4, were in
jured in explosion which de
stroyed the Piatt & Lambert var
nish plant, 320-30 W. 26th st.f
early this morning.
Water in abundance is an ex
cellent aid to health if not more
than two glasses are taken at one
time. Very COLD or very HOT
drinks are not good for the stom-ach.
Tired Mother (to restless child
Now, you sit still. I'vebrought
you ten miles to enjoy this enter
tainment, and vou shall eniov it.
even if I have to pull every hair
out of your head.