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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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resting escort, granted divorce from
W. E. Kirkpatrick.
Health Com'r Robertson to start
school for milkmen. Will be taught
necessity and means of sanitation.
Rev. Edw. F. Keough, 10 years
pastor Holy Rosary church, pre
sented with automobile by parishion
ers.
Evanston police take action to pre
vent dumping of garbage on lake
shore.
Mrs. Anna Roberts. 2821 Abbott
ct, fell from second floor porch while
watching night aero flight of Louis
Gertson. Possible internal injuries.
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&NEW YORK PREPARED FOR BIG
STREET CAR .TIE-UP
New York, Aug. 2. City officials,
aided by state authorities, today pre
pared for worst in New York's street
car situation. They were convinced,
they said today, that most disastrous
tie-up in the city's history is inevita
ble unless both sides concede points
which each up to today has persis
tently refused to consider.
Public service commission today
began formal inquiry into the situa
tion. Representatives of employers
and employes were summoned.
The 10,000 militiamen, including
coast defense and naval reserves
who remained in state after New
York's quota had gone to the border,
were prepared for instant call. At
first hint of need for them Gov. Whit
man will send them into New York to
augment Police Com'r Woods' 10,
000 bluecoats.
CHILD MODEL WEARS WINTER
COATS WHILE OTHERS PLAY
If the railroad brotherhood unions
strike as they have threatened,
movement of food supplies in the
central states will be paralyzed, Chi
cago grain and railroad men declar
ed today. The railroads will be able
to operate at not more than 60 per
cent of their present efficiency, they
declared, and this would not even be
sufficient for the movement of food
supplies.
. Miss Thelma Shell
While some little girls are romp
ing on the beach or in parks, little
Thelma Shell dresses in heavy win
ter coats and warm velvet hats. She
is a fashion model.
Little Miss Shell poses every day
for the Chicago Garment Manufac
turers' Association, which is prepar
ing for a great fall style show. She
is one of the youngest models in the
country.
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