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organizer of the. Interriatiohal
Lady Garment Makers' Uniom
"Bail could lie had if we wanted
it," says Miss Caseyr "but we'll
fight it out this way and stay in
jaU until the tftal." "
Representatives of the strik
ers have gone east and west to
enlist sympathy and the pray
ers continue 'daily
But, then," President Hatfield
oj the corset company as ajead
ing light in a local church, and
'perhaps his prayefs prove, more
hit- by Stray bullet -
Jbhn-Wr'soj 49i5 Hope street,
was struck in the left rih by a
stray "bullet this morning, receive
ing art ugly flesh wound. Ah" vai-
known Italian, in pursuit of an
other Italian fireo! the shot Both
Italians escaped Maxwell pol
licegoxa. good description of the.
men from onlookers. Black Hand
V affair is hinted.
' "You wrong me, dear; I
haven't had a single drink."
- v No ', they niust have come in
SHORT flME. '
San Francisco, May 4. The
Twelfth XJ. S. Infantry, stationed
at Mbnterey, last night received
orders to be ready to move on
Mexico at a-moment"s notice.
Army officers hers take this or
der, coupled with Ihe recent send-" -
ing, of the transport Buford to the ,.
we$t coast of Mexico to "take off
Americans," to mean intervention
in a short time. y-
Secretary of States Knox today
reached Los Angeles. He denied I
that his trip had anything to do ' -with
the Mexfcari situation, and '
declined to discuss that situation.
Despite his denials, there is a ,
general feeling here .tht Knox' I ..
Western jrip did have to do with'
the Mexican situation. '
o o J t m
HELP! DAYTQN POLICE
CHIEF XOSES TEETH
i inn ii 11 i ,
Dayton, O,, May 4. (Special)
An alarm was sounded at police
headquarters when Night Chief
rialey reported the disappearance
ii his teeth. Haley was sinning:
his molars preparatory to going
home and lefftthem on a table;
Sergt. Hughes picked up the se:
and put it nhTs pocket Halfey,
hfter recovered the teeth.