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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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got divorce on cross bill charging
desertion.
Michael Heitler and 41 others ar
rested as gamblers in cigar store of
Raggio & Harris, 28 N. Halsted.
Tony Prieto, 16, and brother
Henry, 14, hurt when porch fell at
859 Wnghtwood av.
Katie Smith, 16, 917 S. Laflin, tried
suicide in Douglas park lagoon. Res
cued. Lack of money cause.
Judge Newcomer made Peter Bo
kome, 2552 Southport av., take the
pledge when wife said he beat her up
to win free drinks to be given man
who gave wife worst beating.
W. A. Shaw, member public utili
ties commission, went to Washing
ton to attend meeting valuation
committee of National Ass'n of Rail
way Commissioners.
Henry Pein, fired as marshal of
Melrose Park, refused to quit. Vil
lage president appealed to court to
chase Henry.
Geo. W. Young boasted of influ
ence over other women, Mrs. Esther
Young, 5508 Kenwood av., alleges in
bill for separate maintenance.
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SCENT POSSIBLE CRUMBLING
OF CARRANZA GOVT
Washington, June 15. Evidence
in hands of administration officials
tending to show gradual disintegra
tion of Carranza de facto govern
ment continued to pile up today.
This evidence contained in consu
lar reports and private advices. Mes
sages carrying reports of shaky eco
nomic conditions led officials to be
lieve that next few weeks may see
either complete crumbling of Car
ranza government" or a decided
change for the better.
12TH STREET TO SPREAD OUT
Work on the widening of 12th
street will actually begin within 90
days, Michael Faheiiy, head of the
board of local improvements, an
nounced today. To be finished with
in two years, engineers say.
BEAUTY AID TO GIRL WHOSE
MOTHER WON A CONTEST
Miss Kelly, whose picture has just
won her a place in the movie world,
is the daughter of Mrs. Gertrude
Kelly of Savannah, Ga., who recent
ly won first honors in a nation-wide
contest Miss Kelly has just started
work on her" first reel production.
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STAR SPEAKERS SCHEDULED
FOR SOCIALIST PICNIC
Star speakers are on the program
of the Socialist presidential cam
paign picnic in the Riverview park
picnic grove, Sunday, June 18, at 3
p. m.
Among those to talk will be Allan
L. Benson and Geo. R. Kirkpatrick,
presidential and vice' presidential
candidates; Aid. Rodriguez, Aid. Ken
nedy, W. A. Cunnea, Rob't M. Howe
and Seymour Stedman. Various
singing societies will render a pro
gram. The tickets are 25 cents, good,
for admission to the parte

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