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L. Wagner, pilot (left), and Emory R. Bronte, who made flight to Honolulu, and will be guest of President Nov. 15. (Story on page 24.) (TBIBUICE Photo-1 STABBED 12 TIMES.

Joe Lewis, cabaret entertainer, attacked in hotel room. (Story on pogo 3.) WHERE SCOLLO BROTHERS WERE FOUND DEAD. Tiny market at 608 North Hamlin avenue, where Paul Scollo and brother, Frank, were killed. (Story on page 9.) I TRIBUNE Photo.) ,) k' ''w Lit, 0'4. ist, it ii 41 s-e .:1., 1 tkiik iti, 7,, is, 1.4.

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STABBED 12 TIMES. I HAWAIIAN FLYER HERE ON WAY TO SEE PRESIDENT. R. L. Wagner, pilot (left), and Emory R.

Jo! Lewis, cabaret enter- is Bronte, who made flight to Honolulu, and vvill be guest of tamer, attacked in hotel rri. President Nov. 15. (Story on page 24.) roctra, (Story on page .3.) 7" 1,4 1 1. 4 e- ,1,1 i At1M.

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Home of Paul Caljonni at 338 North Avers avenue, one of two -III (Story on pogo 1.) 'TRIBUNE Photo-1 0. ,4: 1.:. 1 .1. 41. i A- STA -7'.

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William Greeley, head of United States forest service; Prof. H. J. Cox, local weather forecaster; John Dorr Bradley of National Geographic society. ottt-bl- 5k.KVICE HEAL) SPEAKS TO LOCAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.

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TRIBUNE Photo. THREATS FAIL. Max Rosenkowitz es ti I ies in Braverman murder case in spite of terrorists. (Story on pogo 12.) Rosenkovvitz estif le in Braverman murder case in spite of terrorists. (Story on page 12.) THREATS Max I TRIZMNIE Photo.1 POINTS OUT LEWIS.

Max Lurye names "Lefty" as slayer orMax Braverman. (Story on page 12-) POINTS OUT LEWIS. Max Lure names "Lefty' as slayer of 'Max Braver- man. (Story en page 12.) I TRIIC-2CE Photo.3 4 it a 't 4.r.OL .0 -t 'IA It' 14 i'- -I, zz, A ....,,,,:10) A 1 "Ittliitiof iiiit 1 I 1 L. ENVOY DIES AT CAM.

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SMOKE FROM BUILDING DARKENS MICHIGAN AVENUE. Dense clouds pouring from chimney on one story building at 2207 South Michigan avenue between 11:50 a. m. and 12:15 p. in.

A Thompson restaurant, the Rockford Motor company, and the M. B. Motor sales are tenants. Ross Brown agents, and the Palmer estate owner. LTRIBUNE Photo.

I SMOKE FROM BUILDING DARKENS MICHIGAN AVENUE. Dense clouds pouring from chimney On one story building at 2207 South Michigan avenue between 11:.50 a. m. and 12:15 p. m.

A Thompson restaurant, the Rockford Motor company, and the Al. B. Motor SECOND BOMB DAMAGES WRONG BUILutriG. Home of Morris Mayer at 2909 Flournoy street after explosion. The bomb is supposed to have been'meant for a neighbor who had received Black Hand threats.

(Story on pegs SECOND BOMB DAMAGES WRONG BUILIJIAG. Home of Alorris Alayer at 2909 Flournoy street after explosion. The bomb is supposed to have been meant for a neielbor vithn 2 ei 11: ip t- 1-11 .....1.. TT- --I at Pacific and Allan tie FAILS TO ESCAPE. Douglas Catchim, Burns agent, caught after joining (Story on pat.

4) 'Pacific and' Atlantic FAILS TO ESCAPE. Douglas Cat chim, Burns SINCLAIR AID SUED IN PARIS FOR DIVORM Mrs. Iirnry Mason Day, who expects decree against husb134 now central figure hi jury tampering investigation tcopyrigat: (Story on pato 44 de ft SINCLAIR AID SUED IN PARIS FOR DIVOIZCZ1 Mrs. Iirnry Mason Day. who expects tleerre 2rainst tTalBrsz noto4 4 7 1 Ve.

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