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True, he never will be anything but
a man with a paramount idea. For
a little while I was it; then his mina
was taken up with Eleanor Fairlow.
Before and afterward pleasure was
the will o' the wisp he followed. Now
has-come business which nils his en
tire waking moments.
It is a new and different Dick into
hose stern face I looked last night
very different from the Dick I mar
Shall I be content, little book, to
settle down in a home which will al
ways be secondary to Dick's busi
ness? Shall I be satisfied with good
food, pretty clothes, beautiful rooms
and a husband who treats me with
unfailing courtesy when he can spare
his thoughts from his business trials?
Margie Waverly, Margie Waverly,
you are a sentimental little fool.
Come out of dreamland and live in
(To Be Continued)
Washington Pres. Wilson signed
postoffice appropriation bill carrying
the "bone dry" prohibition provision.
Helena, Mont Gov. Stewart Ve
toed boxing bill recently passed by
legislature which would permit box
ing bouts in Butte.
Rome. Maj. Heiberg, American
military attache to Rome embassy,
killed Thursday while at Carso front
when his horse fell.
Hanover, Ind. Mrs. Cyrus H. Mc
Cormick, Chicago, gives $10,000 to
Hanover college to complete endow
ment of bible chair.
,. Washington. Measure calling for
retirement of federal judges at age
l 70 beaten, 200 to 192, in house.
BIG POLICE SHAKE-UP
Chief Schuettler transfers and de
motes 143 department members; 105
detective sergeants, 33 sergeants,
slip back into patrolmen's "harness
bull", clothes or go on duty as desk
ROCKEFELLERS GRAB SOME
LOCAL REAL ESTATE
Rockefeller interests got the Kar
pen bldg. yesterday when it Was sold
to the Standard Oil Co. for $3,500,
000, setting a new top-notch figure
for Chicago real estate history.
Traction, Commonwealth Edison,
Kohlsaat and Childs restaurants
also the Continental & Commercial
bank are a few of the best-known
Chicago enterprises in which Rock
efeller cash dominates, controls oris
listened to with much "courtesy."
SUICIDES IN LAKE
Mrs. Wm. F. Greenwood, guest at
Windermere hotel, 1614 56th, ended
her life Friday by leaping into lake
off 58th st pier hi Jackson park.
According to husband, member of
Bryant & Greenwood, brokerage
firm, 110 S. Dearborn, she had been
ill for several years.
That which is large enough for the
rich to covet is large enough for the
poor; tp defend. Chesterton. .
THE GIRL WHO COUUD REAR
La book., without finishing
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