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when westbound tHrougK route
car jumped track on Lake street
east of Halsted and crashed fnto
an "L" pillar. Front vestibule of
Tony Gasiar, 719 Noble street,
called to the door of his home last
night and stabbed so severely ttfat
he died. Several suspects arrest
ed. It is said that Gasiar quar
reled with several men over card
game shortly before the tragedy.
Michael Conrad, his wife and
two children of Evanston injured
when horse they were driving be
came frightened by an auto. Two
children jumped, Conrad was
thrown from the buggy, but Mrs.
Conrad clung to the seat until the
chicle overturned. She was se
i umsly hurt.
Fire yesterday completely des
troyed $100,000 home of Clayton
Mark, Oak Park. Family was
awakened by flames and escaped.
Florian Afton, 61, wanted in
Rockford, 111., on charge brought
by his 19-year-old daughter, was
arrested vesterday a-fc 3351 Ogden
ave., where he had been morning.
Vincenzo Graofiardiceri yes
terday shot h's father at S. La
Salle and Polk streets. The fath
er will recover. Vlhcenzo's home
burned down yesterday morning,
and the revolver was the only
thing'saved. The young man was
According to The Examiner,
Gen. OrozcO, Mexican revolu
tionary chief, has appealed to
Willie Ranoften Hearst to wave
his magic wand and bring peace
J Willie has allthe war he wants
right here at hope today dowtf
at the 7th regiment armory.
Jack Johnson was arrested for
auto speeding in Evanston yes
terday. He didn't have a dollar
for his bond fees, but was allow
ed to leave the station on his
promise to appear Thursday.
"What would you do if I ab
solutely refused to go with you?'r
asked Jack of the policeman who
arrested him. "I would have to
call the wagon," answered .the
copper. Jack went without fur
ABOUT TIME "BIG GUNS"
WERE WAKING UP
Hoboken, N. J., April 15. The
seven 4ay work day and the 12
hour shift in force in the mills of
the Steel TrUst were bitterly con
demned at the annual meeting of
theock holders of the company
today. The committee whicji has
been investigating the matter pre
sented its report, through Stay
"Viewed from the physical or .
moral point of"view," he said, "we
believe the seven day week is de
trimental to those engaged in it.
Ve are strongly of the
opinion that no matter what al
leged difficulties in operation may ,
seem to hinder the abandonment
of the seven day week, they must
be met. We are of the opinion
that a twelve hour day of labor
means the decreasing of the enV
ciency and lessening of the vigor
and .virility of the man."
The committee said that it be- ,
lieved the bonus system and '
piecework wages to be of advant-