ASTOR WIDOW GOES TO FRONT T
AS NURSE FOR AMERICANS
The widow of John Jacob Astor,
who died on the Titanic, is in Lon
don and will go to France as a Red
Cross nurse, to be with the Ameri
can troops when they get to the
Mineola, N. Y. If there is a man
in the country not prepared to do
everything in his power "now when
nation calls," he had better go away,
Col. Roosevelt told massmeeting of
between his twenty-first and thirty
first birthdays, MARRIED or SIN
GLE, except those actually in the
army, navy or that part of the na
tional guard and naval militia in fed
eral service, MUST register for serv
ice on JUNE 5. NONE IS EXEMPT
ONWENTSIA GOES DRY
Onwentsia, one of 'the swellest
silk-stocking golf and country clubs
of the middle west, went dry yester
day by consent of the membership.
After present locker stores have been
emptied, members are requested not
to bring liquor into the buildings.
This action follows a vote on May
28 when the membership, almost
without a dissenting ballot, decided
to try the place dry for a year.
HIT BY TRAIN HE'LL LIVE
Angus Hibbard, directoa of the
Chicago Telephone Co., and heavy
stockholder in the American Tele
phone & Telegraph Co., was struck
by a Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
passenger train, yesterday, as. he
drove his auto over the tracks at a
crossing near the Glenview Golf
He will probably recover" physi
cians declared this morning.
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Only one-third Dunes pageant
held. Crowd driven away by rain.
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