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United Democratic Women's Clubs
are winding up a strenuous cam
paign for Kerner's re-election with
a big meeting. The final gun will be
fired at a rally tonight at Pilsen Park
hall, 26th and Albany.
Speakers will be Aid. Kerner,
Clayton F. Smith, candidate for city
treasurer; James T. Igoe, candidate
for city clerk; John Traeger, Michael
Zimmer, Bob Sweitzer, 'Judge John
Stelk, Chief Bailiff Anton Cermak,
Anna L. Smith, . Mrs. George Bass
and Anna M. O'Donoghue.
"The organization back of Kerner
is making every effort to bring out a
big vote, and many independents are
being drawn to his banner.
WANTS DIVORCE FROM SHOW
GIRL "BOOZE AND SMOKES"
Habitual drunkenness and exces
sive cigarette smoking are given by
Vincent Dusenberry in bill filed in
superior court Saturday throughAtty
Leon A. Berzniak as reasons he
wants a divorce from Rosabelle Du
senberry, soubrette with the Record
Breakers Burlesque, now playing at
the Gayety theater. Mrs. Dusenber
rys stage name is Lucille Ames.
'WASHINGTON PICTORIALLY IN WARTIME
BRIDGES ARE CLOSELY GUARDED
A strong guard has been placed on both ends of Long bridge, connect
ing Washington and the Virginia side. The guard here shown is one o.
the several closely watching all persons using the bridge and the craft
passing up and down the river, to ward off plotters. Beyond the guard, in
the distance, may be seen the Washington monument
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