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the telegram sent by-the unipn
officials last night.
He can say he was out on a
fishing trip, or some such thing as
that, -and then talk of what he
would have done had he known.
Time alone will tell where Har
rison stands. It is in his power to
practically prevent the' strike ly
using his influence with the street
Jit is strictly up to Harrison,
and the people of Chicago will
know where he stands when he
answers the' telegram of the street
v If he does not answer the tele
grarn at all, there is only one an
swer. It will mean- that the
mayor of Chicago is-afraid to help
out the working men because he
might get in bad with the big
bugs of business.
President Samuel Gompers of
the American Federation of La
bor will probably address' the
mass meeting of street car work
ers at Brand's Park Saturday.
Dr. Henry T. Roop, -330 S.
Campbell ave., arrested, charged
with passing worthless check.
William Jones; teamster, 1735
W. Madison, cut and bruised
when his wagon was .hit by auto
driyen by A. G. Hepit- at Van
Buren and Sacramento.
Michael Delmonde, 2118 S. La7
Salle street, paid $80 to two men
who claimed to own- saloon at
Halsted street and Canalport
ave., on promise to give him
work. His $80 is missing.
City council will hold special
meeting Monday to pass milk or
dinance that will insure pure milk,
This is practically the same law
that the Council refused to pass at
Its' regular meeting. Since then
several of the aldermen have de
cided that the people are making
a kick that demands placating.
Three suspects arrested in con
nection with the killing of Wil
liam Meise, an 'L" road ticket
taker, have been released.
William Lodtman, 2354" N.
Marshfield ave., said to be veterart
of German army, arrested on war
rant charging him with passing
worthless checks on downtown
F. Dunne, Democratic
candidate for governor, leaves
Chicago tonight to begin his cam
paign, starting in the southern
part of the state.
' Evanston,' just recovering from
invasion of rats, is now- worrying
over presence of chicken thieves,
Chicago, this summer, is shy
513 degrees of being as hot as last
summer. That's thd total of each
day's loss of warmth compared to
the same day last year.
"Jack," fox terrier owned by
Mrs. O. M. Dohl, bit small boy
Sentenced by municipal judge to
die. Dozen children left court
room in tears. .
John Lutz, 2441 N. Harding
ave., shot in right arm when he
tried to escape from two hold
ups. Detective Pred Johnson of
gambling squad raided place at
Madison and May streets where
handbook was slipppsed to be
operated. Fell 15 feet through