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Springfield," 111, Thirty gro-v
eery clerks and drivers went on
strike for more pay. and snorter
hours here. " "
Grocers haVe organized ard
say they will resist demands of
Washington. Navy depart
ment has been informed by Rear
Ad. Southerland in command of
American forces at Nicaragua
that revolution there was over.
Columbian, Mo. Meningitis,
which has killed 5,000 hors"es in
Kansas, has broken out in Mis
souri. Paris. Believed that a prelim
inary peace treaty between Tur
key and Italy will be signed to
morrow. North Platte, Neb. Mrs. An
na Simants died today from in
juries when she jumped in front
of her auto when black cat cross
ed her path.
Shreveport, La. Five negroes
mortally wounded jailer James
Edwards today and " escaped.
Bloodhounds on chase.
I. G. Houser, 5421 Michigan
ave., robbed of $56 on Halsted st.
Jacob Vallenier, 56, drank car
bolic acid in barn at 61 10 W.
Ravenswood Park. Suicide.
Thomas J. Beard, farmer of
Cobdin, 111., robbed of watch
worth $50 and $71 cash on N.
Halsted st. viaduct.
Clement Wissman, iron worker,
fell 30 feet from scaffold of Buda
Foundry & Mnfg. Co. plant at
I- Mary Vesseley, -10, 2238 W-
ruiton st., is missings "tor sixtn
tihie .wit Kin last year. "Habit" of "
. Mrs. Annie Conwell, 6744 Jus
tine st., tried to commit suicide
by taking carbolic acid. Her son
John, 12, knocked bottle from her
hands. Face and eyes badly
burned. Despondent over quar
rel with husband.
Harold Bourgeouis, 1847 School
st, non-union driver for Journal,
arrested at Desplaines st. and.
Washington blvd., this afternoon,
after he liad threatened Sam
Glide, 649, O'Neil st., another
Journal strikebreaker. Bourge
ouis carried revolver.
TO BEG FOR GOVERNOR
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 10.
The striking miners of Kanawaha
district will make another effort
to see the governor.
They will march down from the
hills once more, 10,000 strong,
and this time they will bring their
wives and their children, and they,
will beg Gov. Glasscock to hear
their side of the story.
"The governor must hear us
this time' said Mother Jones,
angel of the camps. "We want
him to hear our story. We want
him to see us. Why, the very
looks of the "men who are fight
ing for their liberty will be
enough to win him over if only,
he will see them.""
Unsettled and cooler tonight
for Chicago and vicinity; Wed
nesday cooler and proably fairr
moderate west to north winds.