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LOCAL WAR BITS
Rumored War Department will call
National Guard. Preparations for de
parture rushed. Hospital corps busy.
President Abrams, Northwestern
University, warns students against
hasty enlistment. Tokf to consult
parents before going.
Women marched into South Chi
cago recruiting station leading six
foot husband by hand. Told married
man not wanted. Chased hubby
home to wash children.
Hundreds ready to volunteer here
if Carranza joins Huerta.
Henry Haller, Ravenswood aviator,
organizing company of 50 airmen.
Joseph Alvarez, 140? E. 60th st,
born in Mexico City, wants citizen
ship papers. Says he has good job
and don't want to leave country.
Order of 250,000 pounds of fresh
beef received by Armour & Co. Will
be rushed to Mexican frontier. Big
orders for prepared food also placed.
Red Cross ready. 4,500 nurses can
be sent at once.
William Vaight, 40, 830 S. State st,
applied for enlistment Refused. Sui
Three-inch field piece being used to
aid enlistment in first Illinois provi
30,000 Jews to attend funeral of
"Sammy" Meisenberg, Chicago ma
rine killed at Vera Cruz. Rabbis at
all synagogues to speak of death.
Chicago youths told to enlist be
fore the rush. Youngsters beg age
limit be set aside.
Harold J. Witherspon walked from
Whiting, Ind., to enlist in naval ser
vice. Run over a block from re
cruiting station by trucker. Refused
on account of injured foot.
18-year-old Waukegan girl miss
ing. Dyed and cut hair. Believed to
have joined Lake Bluff naval recruits.
Mrs. Ignatz Kooperinski dragged
hubby into court. Claimed he drank.
Hubby sobbed, "She don't like my
bow-legs," Case dismissed,
NOT THE CASE
By Jim Manee.
When senators or congressmen
For suffrage are real strong,
We rather think that some folks get
Impressions that are wrong.
It isn't really acting right
To think their lives are wrecked,
And that they have to vote that way
Because they are henpecked.
P. S. Some speakers put the rage
GAMES TODAY .
Chicago at Cleveland.
Detroit at St Louis.
New York at Philadelphia.
Boston at Washington.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
St Louis at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at New York.
Brooklyn at Boston.
Kansas City at Chicago.
St Louis at Indianapolis.
i Buffalo at Baltimore.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
William Moore, 16 months old, 52
E. 56th st, found some pills on dress- ,
er. Swallowed them. Dead.
Joseph Bistetter, 2425 Diana court,
struck by street car. Skull fractured.
Hives are generally caused by in
discreet diet. Strawberries cause
hives in some people. As a remedy
give a saline laxative, such as Epsom
salts or sodium phosphate. Relieve
the itching by bathing with a strong
solution of bicarbonate of soda. A
severe rash can be relieved by satur
ating a piece of gauze with, this solu
tion and laying it on the affected surface.
Unsettled, generally fair, today and,
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