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"RAPS MUNICIPAL COURTS
"There is no justice in the mu
nicipal courts of Chicago." Ex
tract from letter of Stanley Jack
son to Police Lieut. Gallery, of
,the Desplaines street station.
Jackson is the man whose
"story of fraud caused -Lieut. Gal
Jery to institute prosecution of,
'jtwo labor agents, Harry Weiss,
30 South Canal street, and Geo.
JBertrand, 36 South Canal street.
When the case, was called in
court Assistant City Prosecutor
m -Roman G. Lewis appeared on be
Jjalf of, the accused man.
Both Jackson and Gallery Were
astounded. Gallery denounced,
Lewis for appearing for men
charged with breaking the Jaws
of the state while he was in re
ceipt of a salary to prosecute men
accused of bt-eaking the law.
Lewis, said that he was acting
wijhm his rights., So did Ch'ief
City Prosecutor Mclnerney. v
The case dragged on in the
courts. It was continued five
times, and. transferred from one
court to another.
Now Jackson has given up all
hope of getting the case to trjal.
In his letter he .asks Gallery to
drop the prosecution.
NEW UNION REFUSED
Danville, HI., Oct. 17. By
. vote of 160 to 58, Illinois Feder
ation of Labor refused to seat
delegates of. new Chicago stereo
typers union organized by the
trust publishers of Chicago".
This followed an attempt by
President' Edwin 'R. "Wrjght to
jam through the credentials com
mittee's recommendation to seat
the trust publishers' union.
Immediately after the vote
which denied James Sampson,
delegate of the publishers' union
and superintendent of the Hearst
Chicago stereotypers' depart
inens, L. P.- Straube, president of
the real stereotypers union with
drew his credentials in order to
save the state federation from embarrassment.
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Dr. John B. Murphy, Chicago's
famous surgeon, chief physician
of staff at colonel's bedside.
Time Means Money.
Mrs Isaac Wake up, IsaacJ
A burglar is trying to get in !
Isaac Veil, vaittill he opens
the vindow and! shoot."
Mrs. Isaac Vy don't you
Isaac Vat, and break a pane,