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TOQRRISOff CLEARS A. F. OF
L.OF BRIBE CONNECTION
?CTewy: York, Dec. 5. "The
?Aoverican Federation of Labor
cli&Jijgt- rais"e money to lribe
ju9dxlsj;n5aid Frank Morrison,
-eprstaiy of that organi7ation,
'custodian 'of' the ,McNamara de-'fen?e-fund,
"Spmethirig.dver $200,000 was'
raisecnd approximately all was,
"turnejPover' tb attorneys at tn
bnupouVand Los Angeles. ' J '
f "f'Slarence Darfow was to re
ceive $50,000, and so much per
day. Be willy of cotirse, make an
nrrftrt-ftnnr 'FVi rnr -xxmrA T
havve'hadTronr him about money
"was that he wanted more.
"'LJpless ,there are instructions
"tfram the contributor to the con
tfary any surplus will 'be'pro-'
rated and returned to the con--trUju.tbrs."
- Morrison asesrted thatDarrow
never told him dr any A. F. of V.
q'flJciaf that the McNamaras were.
gunry. . irr,esiaent ijompers, alter
a -conference -with Morrison, re
fused tojjive extended interviews.
'.ASSURED 70 CENT GAS
-Seventy .cent gas for, Chicago
yas practically assured today
Twfaen Judge Kickham" Scanlan of
the superior court upheld the city
a ojfdjnance, providing a sliding
"scaje for gas 75 cents for the
fij-pt year70 cents next, and'then
rfle-'-djsmissed the petition of
Onega's company for a permanent
Injunction , to restrain enforce
ment of Jthc ccguiauo 2 r
clared the ordinance reasonable
and equitable. , . ' I
The CQurt order restrains, the
company fronf further violating
the newgas ordinance,-nd orders
the impounding of all money col
lected'bylthe company .over the
70-cent rate.- " ,
Right on the 'job presiding over
-the House of-Representatives.
U. S. newspapers crow when
they have passed their 20th birth
days, but over in China they have
a paper, th'e Tching-Pao, official
gazette of Pekin, which recently
celebrated its thousandth anni
vejsary. A copy of ea,ch issue is
preserved in the Pekin palace.
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