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I-ti down street screaming for
help. They escaped.
Edward C. Cronkrite, real es
tate dealer with offices at 845 S.
Blvd., Austin, held to grand jury
in $3,Q00 bonds. Three charges of
operating confidence game.
Florence Furst, 2846 N. Tal
man av., dead. Dr. C. Gunderson
say? she died of natural causes.
A BUNCH OF JABS
T Our heartfelt sympathy to the
umpires of the National League !
In the future police officers
probably will count 10 before or
dering their enemies croaked.
Round 3 of the James A. Patten-Andy
Lawrence duel is over,
with Andy breathing hard and
showing other signs of weakness.
Wm. Howard Tart has been
elected member of American An
tiquarian Society. Well, what are
you laughing at?
Probably the ugly mugs of
some our politicians will be re
moved from saloon window and
hoardings about Nov. 6, and life
will then be more peaceful
Talking about the Balkans,
there is a place called Oskaloosa
Johnny, what is the difference
between Democratic harmony in
Cook County and the Balkan
situation. Correct, Johnny, there
' L. T Mabry, a private detec
tive, was on the stand, He swore
that he became a member of the
timber workers' union under false
And he swore that when he did"
so he was. the paid agent of the
lumber trust. j
Mabry did more. He intimated;
that several private detectives. in
the employ of the trust joined the
union, and that one of them con-
trived to become general secre
tary of the union.
Mabry swore today that afteij
he joined the union he became7
first a local and then a state or;4
Mabry said that violence was1
counselled in the "inner circle" of
the-union,-and that Wm. D. Hay J
wood preached destruction ofj
A mistrial is probable in the1
case. Juror Holland is seriously
ill. A recess was taken today
until such time as physicians
might report on Holland's condif
Lake Charles, La., Oct. 25.
The way of 'Big Business with or
ganized labor was exposed at the,
timber workers' murder trial today.
WOULD CONTROL VOTESf
The charge that Julius Rosen-
wald, president of Sears, Roebuck1
& Co., has been threatening their
employes vith loss of their jobs;
unless they vote for Taft and De-
neen. was made at Progressive
"Five or six employes of the big
mail pruer nuuse nave ueen canea'
on the caroet.' aid Lerov Ross?.
committeeman from the Thir-r
teenfh ward, today, "and told
they must quit distributing Bu.
Moose buttons or be fired."