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CUPID CAPTURES WELL KNOWN
352S. JE5STE, EL 5TDBHS
The suffragists will be represented
in the June bride procession by their
most ardent campaigner, Mrs. Jessie
Hardy Stubbs of Washington, D. C.
Her marriage to Benton MacKaye of
the United States agricultural dep't
takes place late in June.
I TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Bordeaux. Sarah Bernhardt is
preparing to return to stage; com
pletely reovered from operation in
which her right leg was amputated
above knee; busy rehearsing.
London. Stockholm dispatch to
Morning Post, unconfirmed from any
other source, says treaty between
Sweden and Russia was ratified at
Petrograd last week.
Madison, Wfs. First destroyed
Dodge warehouse, one of oldest land
marks in Madison. Loss $10,000.
Meadville, Pa- 2 men injured,
probably fatally, in auto accident on
Galveston, Tex. Transport to
cany Red Cross supplies to Mexico
and bring refugees back from Vera;
Cruz will sail from here tonight
Utica, N. Y. Forest fires raging
for week in Adirondacks caused
La Crosse, Wis. 6 killed when Mil
waukee passenger train ran into a
wrecked bridge at Amherst.
CARRANZA TO TAKE MEXICO
CITY VJLLA DEFEATED
Washington, June 7. Simultane
ously with claim from Carranzista
source that Villa and Angeles have
been overwhelmingly defeated at
Leoq by Obregon came report today
that Carranza expects to retake
Mexico City within week.
If this should prove true it will the
aged first chief of the Constitution
alists factor with which Pres. Wilson
must reckon in either recognizing or
establishing constitutional govern
ment in Mexico.
FEDERAL BUREAU FINDS JOBS
1,496 men and 4 women have found
employment through the Chicago
branch of the government employ
ment bureau during the month of
May, according to the report of Dr.
P. L. Prentis, head of the branch.
The majority of the men were giv
en employment on railroads and
Eighty-two jobs for women domes
tics paying from $3 to $5 a week
with room and board remain to be
BITS OF NEWS
Martin J. Sweitzer, father County
Clerk Robert M. Sweitzer, deadV
Illinois osteopaths fighting to get
1916 national osteopathic convention
for Chicago. j
Body, believed to be Lee Sicklsr,
17, found crushed and mangled in
Northwestern railroad yards, Irving
Park blvd. . .
Pan American Financial Congress
from South and Central America
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