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President- -of' National "Boot &
Shoe- -Manufacturers' -association
which is- the other name of the
' Might get Aldrich and Payne
and J. Ogden Armour and Jawn
D. -Robbafeller and Andie Car
negie and a few supreme court
justices, and do it good while
they're at it.
Plunkett has Plunketted, but'
the -Plunkett got lost.
S. C. Reidy, 73, 1017 S. Wa
bash ave., run down and fatally
hurt by-auto truck at S. Wabash
an d Eldridge last night. Six men
in truck, whjch didn't stop after
hitting the old man. The car
number was not obtained,
Joseph Casazza, 634 Orleans
street, -died at hospital this m6rn
ihg from injuries received when
struck by street car at Orleans
and W,- Ontario last night.
George Goesick, 2404 S. Canal,
teamster, hurt when wagon was
struck by car at Harrison and
Desplaines. He'll recover, des
pite'his name handicap.
ing cloudiness to
night, -becoming un
for Chicago and Vi
cinity,; 5 rising tem-
slightly above freezing; winds
shifting to southerly and increas
ing. , " .
. -i p o
Some, people seem to think that
nothingfitsja keyhole like an, ear..
TELLS OF OUTRAGE ,.r
Lincoln Center, Kan., Nov. 2iT
Miss Mary Chamberlain, thjr
young school teacher who was
tarred and feathered by a mob of
men the nip-ht of Aupust 7. torik
the witness stand today and told
Vipr ctnrv "f the oiitracre
The court room was crowded
when she began the story of tti
night's events in a calm voice, arid'
but for an occasional break in her
voice, ho one who would have
guessed she was relating her own
When she told how het clothed
were torn from her she seemed
on the verge of a breakdown, but'
she fixed her eyes on her mother
anjd father, seated nearby, anti
gained courage. .
She told of peing taken' to the.
bonfire by the masked figures ; of
being stripped from the waist
down, and- of the feeling she ex
pefienced as the tar splashed
against her bare skin. n
"Why.didn't you call for help?"
"I did call. I screamed. But
Ricord, the man 'who was acting
as my escort, had hidden in the
bushes, and did not appear again
until it was all over" y
Miss' Chamberlain related in
retail the ..events of the nirht
She told of her ene-apement with tl
Ed Ricord; of his insistence that
she accompany him; of his
strange,. manner ,as they neared
the rendezvous ; of the sudden apt
pearance of the masked men; oi
lier appeal to Ricord and his hasty
retrea$:inkp the bushes j of beinc