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nirig,45 miles anfliour. No one
Indianapolis, Ind. Rushville
interurban car ran into open
switch on outskirts. of. .this city.
Eleven persons hurt All will re
cover. New Orleans, 'La. T. Lahe
vatici, nuicu uuuiug caucii. uii
ChicagOj and' connected in Newt
York and Baltimore, was killed jn
a lviontana mine accident.
Carson City, -Nev. The earl
iest autumn snow fall for 25 years
today covered a range West o
here to a depth of several inches,,)
Minneapolis oeven socialists
arrested at a downtown street
meeting Wednesday night plead
ed not guilty today.
Clash with police came when
an officer -complained that the in
tersectionoi two important thor
oughfares were being obstructed.
London. Reliable fbVeign re
port received here today says
that England will not press its
protest against Panama, Canal
regulations until after 'American
Montfort, France. One man
killed, a second dying and Ca
mille Barrere, Srance's ambassa
dor to Rome, injured in collision
near here today between two
uDurn, N. i Y. James G.
Blake, Detroit, and Otis Comfort,
both charged with larceny, es
caped from the Cayuga county
IS SHY ON MONEY.
William H. Cruden, chief in
spector of the state labor, bureau,
with-headquarters in Chicago,. 13 -r-allowed
only $500 a year to run
This is totally inadequate. It
is not enough "ta prosecute one
good case against the. wealthy
employment agencies. Is it any jl
wonder the police have found ,
themselves unable to do anything
with the crooked agents
The state labor bureau was
created oa the demand of organ
ized labor, made because condi-
.tions had become so rotten that
something had to be done.
Organized labor was satisfied
when the state labor bureau -was
created. Evidently organized
labor was fooled, ,
It Tyould- be interesteing to
know just who is "back of this
crippling of an important bureau.
. The. police by themselves are
helpless. The cases against (
agents using fraudulent jnetho'ds '
must be prosecuted through the
j The state bureau, it is now evi- .
dent, can do nothing because the
present administration allows
the chief inspector in a city of two
and one-half million population
only $500 a year to run his office.
And the crooked employment ,
agents are reaping a fine -harvest
from the very poorest of ther
poor, from men and women out-.
of work, who are, willing to give, CI
up tneir last iew aonars 10 get
u J rj
The snarp cutaway line ra-
suits, promises to be a fad of the
early autumn. , u