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SSWffiB!wjBSpSBSSiw 2 6 l-AST EDITION 2 C MANDEL'S PULL CHRISTMAS BUNK HEALEY AND 7 OTHERS INDICTED THE DAY BOOK An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday . VOL. 6, NO.2 Chicago, Tuesday, January 16, 1917 3! JUDGE SHOCKS WOMEN WITH EXPOSE OF LAW t 1 River Forest Clubwomen Hear Judge Neil Tell How . Illinois Children Are Punished For Sins of Parents Professional Uplrfters Blamed. At a meeting of the River Forest Woman's club this afternoon Judge JANITORS' STRIKE AVERTEb? . All but two big real estate agents have signed agreements with, jani tors' union. Number of apartments .In which there is still likelihood of strike reduced to 380. Union expects to signup mo$t?f these a$a today. Henry Neil of Oak Park challenged the legislative policies of the United Charities and served notice that he will this winter go to Springfield to work for changes in the mothers' pension law. "As that law stands today," said Neil, "it forbids the child of a di vorced or deserted woman from be ing paid benefits. "ThJ? PS9lW cius9 fo tha 1W teZZ&fc!