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000 bond issue to make up deficit
in 1913 budget. Referendum
Judiciary committee reported
against Aid. Long's plan of one
-alderman from each ward.
Xext meeting next Monday.
MAN WHO CALLED BIG
Latest picture of Frank L.
Morrison, secretary of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor. He says
the calling out of 40,000 men in
"the Pittsburg steel plants is the
beginning of a nation-wide
struggle against the steel trust
for recognition of union labor.
WHITMAN'S AFTER 'EM
New York, Feb. 7. With two
captains and an inspector sus
pended and a deputy police com
missioner directly implicated in
,the collection of vice protection
money, New York's supposed air
tight system of police graft .and
"blackmail" is .facing dissolution.
District Attorney Whitman,
following the confession of Capt.
Walsh, claims he has enough evi
dence to lay bare every connec
tion of the graft ring. He declar
ed any attempt on the part of the
police to block the investigation
TO PROBE TREATMENT TO
London, Feb. 7. Home Secre
tary McKenna has ordered an in
vestigation into the treatment of
Mrs. May Billinghurst, a suffra
gette, recently released from the
Mrs. Billinghurst charges she
was brutally handled by a prison
doctor when she started a hun
ger strike and refused to eat. She
says the physician tried to force
food through her nostrils, but a
nasal obstruction prevented.
Then one of her teeth was delib
erately broken off with an iron
Mrs. Billinghurst was sent to
jail in connection with the recent
suffragette attacks on letter
To nullify the effect of the
amount of suffragette news they
are forced to publish London
editors are printing interviews
with clergymen on the "perfect
wife." The clergymen say wo
men should lead a man by appear
ing to follow him, and make a
husband believe his opinions are
his own, though she may have
Memory, it has been ascer
tained, is stronger in summer
than in winter.