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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1912, Image 4

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getting all work'ed "up "by this
I didn't break the injunc
tion," said the prisoner. 'fI ain't
no striker. I'm a, strikebreaker.
Yuh see The Tribune, brought me
here"
"Er er-er, your honor! Just
a moment, your honor," cried an
agitated city prosecutor, as J.
Neff disappeared out the door,
"Yes, said the court, encour
agingly to the prosecutor.
"I'm afraid, your honor, there
has been a mistake here. This
man should never have been ar
rested. Someone blundered. Er-$r-er
if your honor could see his
way"
"I understand," said Judge
Beitler. "The case is non-suited."
The prisoner was set frpe, and
set out to accumulate a little mote
of the stuff that made him so
sleepy last night. He said some
thing about looking for that
"ivory-headed gink .wot arrested
me," too.
Taf t has begun suit to dissolve
the $140,000,000 Harvester
Trust Hang On to-your Harves
ter stock! She'll gtr sky-high as
soon as the U. S. Supreme Court
ordersit reasonable dissolution.
MANY DROWNED WHEN
LEVIES GIVE WAY
New Orleans, lalftay 6 At"
least 'thirty-two persons were
downed in the interior of Point
CoUpee parish today.
Shortly after 9 o'clock he
Mississippi levees brokc and a
great wall of water 'swept over
the country.
There was no warning. The.
people were trapped like rats.
They had not even time to tele
phone or telegraph for help, ,
Twelve bodies have been re
covered. WEATHER REPORT.
Moderate Wind3
Generally fair to
night and Tuesday,
for Chicago and vi
cinity; not much' '
change in tempera-
(2 turejjpQderajte, var
iable winds.
Ha! one of the defendants Tatfc
has selected in the suit agairrst
the Harvester Trust is Geo. W
Perkins, Roosevelt's fi n a n c ial
backer. Gentlemen, this politics
is becoming personal!
Nearly 40Q women will be can- Mountaineers in Corsica make
didates for ofhee ifi Kansas at the ibread from chestnuts that w Jll
Julius Christianson, 62 con
victed of murder of Mrs, Irene
Watson, 2256 Washington, blvjd.,
Dec 21, 1911, committed suicide
by Tianging self with bed-clothes
in cell at County jail.
o- d
Tally one for New York city.
Her authorities refuse to permit
moving pictures pf the Titajruc
disaster to be shown and there
would be barrels of money in it,
too.
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'August primaries.
keep fresh5 for-fif teen days.
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