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An alarming example of the
privileges allowed the strike
breakers by the police of Chicago
was given on the West Side this
Harry C. Haderly, a mail car-
t rier, while on his route, came out
of the Grace hospital, Sangamon
arid' Jackson, as an rExamine
autotruck loaded with a few
warriy representatives of our po-
4 lice force and some of Andy Law-
' rence's imported non-union men,
One of the strike-breakers,
catching sight of ah "adequate
compensation" button, that mail
carriers wear, started to cursd
"I've got a mind to. jump down
there and punch your head of,"
Haderly, having a pretty fair
idea of the constitution, retaliat
ed by making an expression of
contempt. Mr. Strike-breaker
pulled a gun from his pocket And
Nourished it in the, air. Others in
the wagon here, interfered. No
arrests have been made.
PARKER FOR DEMOCRATS
Baltimore, Md., June 20. Al
toli B. Parker, of New York, was
Selected temporary chairman of
the Democratic conventiqp on the
second ballot of the committee, on
Parker was bitterly opposed by
(William Jennings Bryan, but was
supported by Murphy of Tam
The first ballot of the commit
tee, Parker only bad seven votes,
one less than the necessary num
ber to elect him; The chairman
Voted .for Parker on the second
ballot, and elected him-
The second vote was : Parker,
8; Hehey, of Texas, 3; Kern, of
Indiana, 1; Oliie James, of Ken
tucky, 3; O'Gorman, of New
PA& TO KEEP QUIET.
'You know I just believe a
whole lot in prayer."
"Why, I'm glad ,to hear it;
that's a good little girl."
"Yes, 1 prayed the otherr day
that auntie wouldn't be cross
with me for breaking her little
' "And was She?'
J "No. She thought ft was Uncle
John who broke it, and I didn't
tell her any better."
K fa Ml Ji vrJuS
Correspondent You will be
satisfied when this revolution is
Insurrecto Quien sabe, senorl
No. can tell tilt me try them afl.