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started last night in JtfewYbrk. r
And now Louise VermUya is1
said to', be improving, and there
is no danger of a relapse. Mrs.
Vermifya's condition is about at
stable as a weather forecast.
Three men held up W. E. Large
in his drug store, "4059 Indiana
ave., last night, taking $150 from
the cash register and a diamond
ring worth $150.
Wrecker-Herald: Judge Har
ry Olson visited" several of the
so-called "dizzy dance halls" Sat
urday night, to see -what condi
tions obtained at these dances.
He disguised himself by wearing
a cigar in his mouth. Sort of
Havanna wrapper, as it were.
Twenty-two new members
were initiated yesterday at the
meeting, of the Chicago Postof-.
fice Clerks union, which is affilH
ated with the American Federa
tion of Labor. This is taken as
an indication that the union does
not fear that the recent order, is
sued by the department, prohibit
ing employesfrom belonging to
secret societies, will have the ef
fect of interfering with the union. '
The election of officers resulted
as follows: President, D. F. Sa
ger; Vice President, T. L. Mohr;
Recording Secretary Charles
Hrdina ; Financial Secretary",
Frank R. Haias; Treasurer, John
B. Dockter; Trustees, A. W. Nel
son and J. S. Travis.
. The delegates to the Chicago
Federation of Labor are Oscar F.
Barley "and T. F.' Hooker.
WOMEN'S TRADE UNION
LEAGUE GET BRANDEIS
Louis E. Brandeis, counsel for
Edward O. Glavis and Gifford
Pinchot in the Pinchot-Ballinger
controversy, has been secured by,
the Women's Trade Union
League to represent it in the ap
peal from the provisions of the
women's ten-hour law, entered
by the Charleston Hotel, of
Charleston, 111. The. case will be
keard at the February term of the
Illinois supreme court-
Mr. Brandeis, who, created a
sensation some time ago by de
claring that he could save the
railroad companies millions of
dollars a year in their operation,
has been concerned in ten-hour
law litigation in the past, defend
ing the Oregon law before the U
-S. supreme court.
PREPARE FOR BIG DANE
Bindery Women's Union, Lo
caKNo. 30 is making great prep
arations for its reception and
dance next Saturday evening.
Douglas Park Auditorium,' Og
den and Kedzie aves., has been
secured for the occasion. Miss
Mary Mclnerney will lead the
Mr. Champion Wolgast an
nounces from the hospital that
he'll return to the arena as good
as ever. But just wait till some
opponent punches Ad where his
appendix ought to me. Then