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Ollapsea dt iO:ou wis morning.
The seriously injured are:
James Benson, 6003 S. Morgan
street, injured internally, prob
Roscoe Frace, 525 W. Taylor;
right shoulder fractured, right
arm sprainedj cut about head. .
Joseph Pasterie, 3524 S, Cali
fornia blvd.; left leg fractured,
two cuts on right arm, fracture of
The other six men hurt receiv
ed minor cuts and bruises, and
were taken to their homes after
having their wound dressed.
Twenty men were at work on
the roof of the building when the
walls caved- in, burying nine of
the workmen in the debris. Hur
ry calls weer sent to the Stanton
avenue police station and Mercy
Polidcraen and firemen worked
frantically to release the impris
oned menv At first it was feared
several were killed. Benson, the
first man. rescued, was in an un
KOSHER STRIKE WON
Jewish women of the West
Side, who "have militantly pro-
tested against the high price of
Kosher meat, -won a victory last
night when the Kosher Butchers'
i association, which fixes the sell
ing price, agreed that in the
future the price would be. mater
This course was decided upon
at a meetin gof the butchers, at
which representatives of the
packing companies were present
It was admitted that as- long as
tht uovuitt k;,ud the butchers
would be una"blc to do business.
The packers then agreed to sell
cheaper to the butchers, allowing
the latter to reduce their prices to
It is possible the women will
not be satisfied with this victory,
but wuT demand that the butch
ers go even further and dissolve
The association, according to I
the women, arbitrarily fixes the
price of meat, and all members
are compelled to sell at that price.
Mrs. Annie Sokul and Mrs.
Sadie Aronson, arrested yester
day in connection with adisturb"
ance at 13th and Throop streets,
were discharged this morning in
the Maxwell street court
VOLCANO KILLS 200 "
Seward, Alaska, June 12.
Two hundred persons arc thought
to have perished as the result of
an eruption of Kajamai volcano,
which, destroyed six villages.
A cannery "tender which reach
ed here today brought reports of
the disaster- The eruptions had
ceased when the tender last sight
ed the volcano, but several sharp
earthquake shocks today caused
fear that they had been renewed.
Hundreds of people have been
made homeless and left penniless.
Sun Off the Job. Mostly
cloudy tonight and. Thursday,
Chicago and vicinity; .slightly
cooler tonight: moderate north-
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