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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 04, 1912, Image 12',
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contractor who had built the
Wood-Ayre mills, the largest of
the trust, and who was a friend
of William M. Wood, president of
Pitman thought that the1 fining
of Breen closed the dynamiting
case, and unwittingly confessed
the whole conspiracy to the pro
secutor. He told of a meeting in
Boston, in which two -men in one
office conspired with two men in
another office over the telephone,
arranging for the planting of the
dynamite to injure the strikers.
He gave the names. Then he
suddenly thought that he had
made a "mess" of it and betrayed
his friends. He arranged to go
to Europe for an extended stay.
His tickets were purchased, Jiis
' baggage was sent to the boat,
when two deputfes handed him a
summons, August 27, to appear
before the grand jury in Boston.
He was shot dead just outside his
own home that night and his
friends said he had killed himself
rather than testify.
Frederick C. MacDuffie, treas
urer of the Everett mills in Law
rence; Iver Sjostrom, treasurer of
the United States Worsted com
pany; George Kunhardt, of the
Kunhardt mills, . and Charles
Walker, of the Atlantic mills,
were summoned before the grand
The grand jury returned secret
indictments against' four men.
William Wood, the head of the
trust, was- arrested Aug. 30, for
"conspiring to distribute dyna
uutfe, in Lawrence during, the
Dennis JL Colling -a friend of
Breens was arrested the same
day, charged with having trans
ported the dynamite. The other
two are supposed to be, with.
Wood, "the men higher up."
By Berton Braley.
So you don't know a thing about
women? ,, s
Poor fool, what a state you are
You're ripe for a horrible trim-J
Your troubles are sure to be-:
Why, your mother, of course, was .
Th.cre are women wherever;
you turn ; r
They are half of the race we call
Why couldn't you LEARN?
In all of its myriad phases
I've worked on the. problem'
And the feminine mind, with its,
mazes, t ,
I've studied in sweetheart 'and
So, ere all my knowledge grows"
My brain, you shall have it to
So you. don't know a thing about
Well, neither do I!
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With tailored suits moderate-
sized hats in vivid colors are the
thing. Emerald green, Prussian
blue, cerise, purple and fire red are
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