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4fcey said no one could tie prevent
ed from selling papers 6n any
prner, and -the only way to elim
inate themwas to withhold pa
pers. j , Said, this would be done,
gpd -Moskovitch given exclusive
ale. f No money settlement yet, '
JA Nov, 25. Healy, Ash, -Moskovitch
and -Legal Aid representa
tive met in Legal Aid offices.
Jleajy paid $12.50' to. Moskovitch,
and promised Examiner and
American would be sold to him
alone. .,- .
.Moskovitch then signed re
ceipt, releasing Chicago Daily
Journal from all responsibility.
, jThe man who was the -"actual
defendant, Salvat'oxc, appears to
jjaye been lost jn-the-shuffle in the
latter part of the case. Probably
so. All of this is1 merely from jthe
records of. the Legal Aid Society.
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X " WEST VISIT CHICAGO
f ' Governors of Western states
and representatives of governors
' of three more made a flying visit
o Chicago yesterdayin their tour
of the east. They left for Kala7
mazoo, Mjch., at midnight,
k Those in the party we're : Tames
H. Hawley, governor of Idaho;
Joseph M. Carey, governor of
Wyoming; A. O. Eberfiaft, gov-
' ernor of Minnesota"; Edwin L.
Norris, governor of Montana;
Stephen. R. Fitzgerald, Lieuten
ant governor of Colorado; John
Burke, governor of North Dako
ta ; Oswald West, governor "of
Oregon;, Robert L. Vessey. gov
Barnes, representing Governor
M. K. Hay of Washington ; C. B.
Brown, -representing Governor H.
W Johnson of California.- ,
They made numerous address
es during the day,, each booming
the' advantages of the 'west as a
place to live. Politics cropped'out
but once, when Gov) West of
Oregon said Democratic pros--pect's
for next year were bright,
and declared his choice of Wood
row Wilson as a presidential can
didate. , ' -.
Gov. West spoke last- night,be
fore the Cook County -Rear Es
tate board, and praised the initia
tive and referendum', ,and the suc
cess with which it had operated in
his state. He declared the Ore
gon plan gave 'his state the best
government in the union..
Former Lieut. Gov. Sherman
of Illinois answered yvitfra bitter
attack on the Oregon ' plan,
"Why," he said, "you don't really
believe what you say yourself.
You mistake a-fewred spots for
a rash. Eight wards, in Chicago
have more people than all -Oregon."
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WOLGAST FIGHT OFF
"Los' Angeles, Cal. Nov. 2?.
Ad Wolgast, lightweight charn
pioh, is suffering vithrappend
citis today, and his bout vith
Freddie Welsh :x in the Vefndii
arena tomorrow ha-i been" tailed
off. Wolgast will have to underp
go an operation. 's
Charles Nonstrom, 65, found
dead on Milton-ave. this morning"
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