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OF INTEREST TO LABOR
Washington, D. C, Jan. 9.
The income of the American Fed
eration of Labor from all sources
for the last, quarter df the "year
1911, was $42,635, making a total,
with the balance in hand, of $232,
214, according to a report sub
mitted to the executive council to
day by Secretary Frank Morri
son. The total membership of
organization affiliated with 'the
federation for the month of 'De
cember, 1911, was 1,831,578, an
increase of 115,638 over the cor
responding month for 1910 v
Linton, Ind., Jan. 9. A strike
of 550 miners at Freeman mines,
Bicknell, over, the discharge of V
machine gunners, was set for
hearing tomorrow at Terre
Haute, between National Vice
President Frank Hays, for the
miners, and John Hewitt, for the
Waterloo, la., Jan. 9. Strik
ing members of the local iron
moldersI union today were en
joined fom picketing or other
wise interfering with the opera
tion of the Waterloo .Malleable x
Iron Works. The injunction was
issued by District Judge Piatt.
The, strike began Jan. 2.
CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Stefano Dominic, 5119 S. Win
chester, arrested on disorderly
charge after he told police he had
been robbed by five men of $1,500,
which was found on him. Told
conflicting stories after discov
ery of money.
Miss Dorothy M. Bough, 22,
nurse at Lake View hospital, 636
Belmont, died at the institution
last night. Is believed to have
ended her life by swallowing car
bolic acid while despondent.
Suit of Mrs. Royal C. Curtis
against Mrs. Delia C. M. Mathew
for $10,000 for alienation of hus
band's affections, dropped. Said
to have been privately settled.
Frank Lloyd Wright, "spiritu
al hegiraing" with Mamah Borth
wick in Spring Green, Wis., has
postponed his trip to Chicago.
Pasquale Marchesi, who killed
his wife and. nephew in Kenosha
last November, is now said to be
insane. Inquiry will be made to
determine if he is feigning mad
ness. Henry J. Lynch apointed act
ing chief probation officer of ju
venile court in place of John H.
Witter, dismissed after investiga
tion by civil service commission.
Six families made homeless
and $25,000 damage done by fire
at 6519-21 Yale ave. Nine peo
ple were rescued from roof of the
building by firemen.
Valentine Albricht and family
driven to street by fire in base
ment of 1400 Wells street. Prop
erty damage, $1,000.
Miss Alice Myers, artist's mod
el, 1114 E. 42nd place, has filed
suit against Harris Goldenberg,
tailor, claiming he is holding her
clothes because of a debt owed "by
the former husband of a woman
she is rooming with. Miss Mey
ers appeared in municipal' clerk's