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pres"eit were John Filzpatrick,
Pres. Chicago Federation of La
bor, James W. Kline, Pres. Int.
brotherhood of Blacksmiths and
L. P. Straube, Vice Pres. Chicago
Allied Printing Trades Council.
The City'Club opening festiv
ities are at an end and while
much has been said on the various
subjects outlined whether the
membership of the Club got as
much benefit from the talks as it
did the eats the future history of
the club will show.
Two things of interest to 'the
great ma.ES of the people have
been brought out very clearly.
One is the governor's admission
of the lack of honesty in Illinois
Government, and the other is
Organized Labor's Assurance
through its representative to aid
the people in acquiring an honest
The people of the state now
knowing what is wrong, sure of
help should take up the task of
house cleaning and should make
as thorough a job of it as the city
club did with its, house-warming
WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Five children of-John Deering,
farmer living east of Prentice,
Wis., burned to death imfire that
destroyed their home. Oldest 12,
Henry Labouchere,79, famous
London editor, died at Florence,
Italy, early tdday.
Promise of marriage, $1,150 in
cash and all her personal property
was inducement Mrs. Anna Hun
ning, St. Louis, offered Joseph
Seidl to murder her husband,
Martin Hunning. Seidl did.
Isidor Wulfson, city inspec
tor of weights and measures, In
'dfanapplis, says that when . con
sumer pays nickel for box of 500
matches, he's going to get 500
hereafter even if Isidor has to
Butter advanced from 43 to 48
cents a pound and eggs from 42
to 45 cents a dozen at Cleveland
today. Cleveland's got nothing on
Four buildings in heart of busi
ness"' district, Harbor Springs,
Mich., wiped out by fire. Clifford
Winegarden, fireman, seriously
Ernest Bryant, planter, Sucar
nochee, Miss.,' killed by Neeley
Giles, negro employe. Giles was
Thomas Snoden, wealthy farm
er, Waynesboro, Miss., charged
with murder of own newborn in
fant. Said to have threatened to
kill child if wife should ever have
one. Last week, she gave birth
to son. Baby can't be found.
Sno'den denies birth.
Charles W. Morse, convict
banker, may never live to enjoy
vacation at Arkansas Springs.
Coldest city today Sault Ste.
Marie, Mich. 16 below; warmest
Key West, Fla., 60 above.
Victor Berger introduced con
stitutional amendment providing
for equal suffrage inr house today.
Fire destroyed half business
section of Saybrook, village 20
miles east of Bloomington, I1L