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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 27, 1912, Image 27',
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j ty because of th"e magnitude of
Testifying in his own, defense,
' John E. Parsons, of the Sugar
Trust, said that entire transac
tion qustioned- by government
"was purely a' business deal."
That ought to be enough to
convict him, if any of the jury
have ever had the misfortune to
engage in "purely a business
deal" witn a trust.
Aviator Chartres, carrying twp
passengers in his biplane in flight
above Paris, made wprld's alti-
y tude record by reaching height of
What do we care about world's
, altitude records? The packers
are loose again.
Chas. Unverzagt, who says he
is millionaire American mine
owner, was reminded to jail in
London today for sending libel
ous post cards to his stenog
rapher, Alice Smiths
"I married him because he is
just lovely and looks so perfectly
grand in a bathing suit; Lillian
Lorraine, musical comedy star,
X explaining her wedding to Fred
erick Gresheimer, Chicago.,
Lillian did right. No woman
would be justified in letting a
man looked "perfectly -grand in a
bathing suit" get away from her.
" 1,000 union coal miners in
,M ' Panther Creek valley district," Pa.,
have gone on strike because some
of colliery employes could not
show union buttons.
No further development took
place today in strike situation" at
Lowell, Mass. 21,000 . workers
are locked out, and mill owners J
say mills will not be opened until
workers-give up their demand fot
decent living wage.
In other words, the mill owners, .
say to the workers : "Take what
we are willing to give you or
starveto death." '
A good many of the workers'1
say they are prepared to starve to
death father than take what the
mill owners are willing to give
Majority of mountaineers who,
joined Baldwin detectives who
say they are pursuing the Allens2
in Virginia mountains have re--
turned to their homes mdsgust.
"The posses could have got to the
Aliens weeks -ago if they hadj
tried," they say. 3
Curious tha the -detectives "
should be so backward about get-?
ting near the Aliens!
Seeing the Sherman law isn'tf
strong enough to put the packers
behind bars, it's high time some-.
body got busy on a new law that-
will be of some use. . .
-Michigan senate has passed
amendment to state constitution
granting suffrage to women.
Lower house likely to pass it, too.
Why not have two national Re- -publican
conventions in Chicago
one for Taf t and one for Roose
A man will 'Cheerfully pay $3
for a dollar's worth of food downr
town, but he "wants five dollars'
worth forifyy cents at home. ,
A husband's excuse that seems1
fine and healthy downtown looks;:
pale' and Sickly when he gitsr
home with it v