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FAIRYTALE TOLD IN REAL LIFE WHEN POOR YOUNG MAN WINS RICH BRIDE JDirsck ' Just like a fairy tale is the love story of Miss Marie Busch, grand daughter of the. late Adolphus Busch, St. Louis millionaire brewer, and Drummond Jones. Marie is young and lovely and an heiress to millions; Jones is a young man with his way to make in the world. Five months ago, determined to prove himself worthy of his "fairy princess," he went to work in the en gine factories of the Busch brewery to learn the business "from the ground up" and win the daughter of his millionaire employer Jones has "made good," and now, with the consent of her father. Miss Busch announces her engagement. She'll become Mrs. Drummond Jones in April. o o WHO'S DOUGH WAS IT? Who owns the $500 bribe money given Wm. C. Dannehberg, former morals inspector, to go easy with a south side dive? Dannenberg in formed on the man he said gave him the coin, but the state could not prove a case. The state can't hold the coin, for it proved no bribe, so Dannen berg says the $500 belongs to him. The state may have to turn it over t Turn, Mgsgg&agjg!