husband, from whom she has been
separated a year, entered window
of her bedroom on secondfloor
and attacked her. He threw her
to the floor. When she arose she
drew a revolver from under a pil
low and shot him. The woman
claimed Miller had several times
threatened to kill her.
Capt. Danner of Sheffield Ave
nue Station sajd Mrs. Miller was
bruised about throat and arms.
In her divorce complaint Mrs.
Miller charged her husband with
MAY CALL OUT MILITIA.
Perth Amboy, N. J., June 13.
Sheriff Bollschweiler threatens to
call out militia to take charge of
strike of 4,000 factory workers.
'"If more riots like yesterday's,
in which seven strikers were shot
by policemen, take place, the state
guard will be quartered here,"
The sheriff didn't explain why"
the militia should be called out
because policemen had been
shooting up strikers.
The strike is general for in
creased wages and union recogni
tion. There will be 6,000 out by
Kind Old Lady (visiting
prison): "Warder, why is that
poor .man with the "beautiful
hands in here? He looks like a
Warder: "Well, ma'am, he is
something of an expert on keys."
An ostricns ess eauais in
Boston, June 13. A South
Boston surface car, with 100 men,
women and children aboard, left
the tracks on the Broadway ex
tension bridge, and crashed heid
on into a power house.
Five women and three men
were badly injured, and'all the
passengers suttered to some- ex
tent. Only a small log, "which struck
and turned the wheels of the car,
prevented it running off the
bridge and crashing 60 feet to the
railroad tracks below.
The accident was eausecl by the
"greenness" of the strikebreaking
motorman, who was running his
car too swiftly over the union of
the bridge and the stationary
Two surface cars crashed at
corner of Harrison ave. and Dud
ley street yesterday. Both of one
passenger's feet were cut off, and
his neck, "broken. Several wom
en were badly injured. The po
lice ftished all the passengers to
the citv hosnital in orivate autos.
and refused details of the injuries v
This cnllisinn alert was Mused
by "green" strikebreakers.
General Funstoa tells a story
of a soldier in the Philippines
who was nursed through the rice
fever. On his recovery he thank
ed his nurse like this:
VThank you very much, ma'am,
fer yer kindness. I shan't never
weight about ) bens' eggs. fallen angel, you're one."
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