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SCHOOLGIRL OF 13 YOUNGEST
Mrs .Robert J-Pac rv
Mrs. Pack is 13 years of age and
called the youngest bride in Iowa.
She was in the fifth grade in elemen
tary school of Sioux City, when she
eloped with a 19-year-old postoffice
clerk. She was Bonnie Dale.- Her
parents will help her settle down in
her own home.
HUSBAND KILLS YOUNG WIFE'S
Mrs. Mildred Naranchich, a mere
girl, was one side of an "eternal tri
angle," her husband another side,
and a so-called suitor was the third
Mildred's husband, Joe, killed Jas.
Girtos at a small hotel at 500 S. Hal
pted last' night. He had found his
wife with her former suitor alone In
a room. The girl was arrested. Her
husband fought his way out of the
hotel and is, now a fugitive.
Four months ago Naranchich mar
ried Mildred at her home in Depue,
HI They moved to 8951 Green Bay
av.. South Chicago. Girtos was tak
en in as a boarder. Then man and
wife had a scrap. She left home.
Met Girtos down town. The shoot
MRS. RAYMOND ASKS DIVORCE
Mrs. Jules Raymond filed suit for
divorce in the circuit court Friday.
Charges desertion. The couple have
lived apart since Oct 25, 1914. She
lives at Moraine hotel, he at 851 Mar
gate terrace. He's head of the Shef
field Pharmical Co., 339 S. Wabash
av. Shey have one daughter, June,
11. Mrs. Raymond asks custody of
The Raymonds first broke into
print when he was found in the Co
lumbus Memorial hospital appar
ently dying from arsenic poisoning,
which he claimed had been put in
his food. Later he denied this.
CAE5AR IN THE RUBICON
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