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who talked big tn kept
Ever since the jO'Hara commission
began its exposure, f the-4iJw wages
paid in department stores,, the'heads'
of the big' stores have been explain
ing, through the columns of lthe trust
newspapers,, just how willing they are
to. co-ope fate with the commission,
and: how, anxious they.ae to do- all
they, can 'for their employes.
Lie"ut,G0YO!Hara has called them
- on that. HhM Invited the. heads of
all the bTgtB're's and mailing- houses
to attend a session of. the ,commisr
sion to be held in the LaSalle hotel
next Monday and tell just what ihey,
are willing to do for their employes-,
Trie' date rfas" been set a week
ahead to gfve.'ihe' State .Street Mer
chants' association time tor act; so
that no miNionafte "ban breeze rup
with the old story.: "I'm willing to
,do it if the. others willj" Theyhaye
. a week to. find out-AwHat -the Others
will. . . '
Ro me. rSur6 UQdjftJgygng u ntains.
of floraUtbuflpjp:alty, big
business andf ?bcYe)gf;5Srjr nation,
the body of J: Pierpofrit" Morgan lay
in the Graqdjiotel today r while rela
tives' planned, for "its removal to
America. v ,
Lucius. MvAdam, 5T37 Lexington
av., actuary of U. S. Annuity &' Life
Insurance Co:iS dead, - -
Coroner's, jury unable to determine
whether, death' of Morris Goodman
1 420 Tayjor St., who "was found dead
in- gas filled- room, Ayas an accident
orsuicide. Had been despondent over
the fiKhealth of his daughter.
Edward Lewis, salesman, selected
new suit in State st. department
stpre. Changed suits in, dressing
room. Started, "to -walk, out House
detective arrested him. 'Said he was.
absent-minded. Charged with lar--ceny.
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Hearing in thecases of .Tames Per
ry, Gus "Hbffmaa and Roy Jones
members of. auto bandit gang, willv
commence, tomorrow.. Perry has already-been
convicted -and sentenced
.'on two charges. 1 - .
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POLtC TAKE A HAND IN THE
Candidates, police a.nd voters were
active today in the-;aldermahic elec
tions. ( T-'- . -
In the 18th1 and 20tfwards there
was plenty' of trouble from the time?
the polls opened, Frequent 'calls were
made to the' Maxwell street police sta
tion for police to quell incipient riots
in "the "20th, where-Manny Abrahams
is -.carry the Hearst-Harrison banner.,
Samuel Heller, Abrahamsr progres-'
siye' opponent;;,5omplained to, the
election commissioners that. .Demo-
cratic workers jwere instructing vot
ers how to mdrk their ballots, even
gomg.into.the'bpqths to giYe.a.demh- -stra'tion.
"Heller had' a .hunch that the
"instructions included voting for;
Charles Hirsc'h,. Republican com
mitteeman in the fifth' precinct, wasi
attacked by a man alleged to be one
of Manny's lieutenants,; and given an
artistic trimming., When the police
arrived, Hirsch's assailant had fled"-, v
Barney Muliin was arrested 6y .in-'
vestigatprs from the election com-'
missiohr charged with attempting to
repeat in the,12th.precinct of the JSth.
ward, wherB "Frank Gazzolo and Jdir
J. Cassidy are engaged in. mqrtaT
combat for-a purse of $3,000 a yearC
Fair'tonight and Wednesday, prob
fably followed by increasing cloudi
ness Wednesday night for Chicago,
and vicinity; not much change in
temperature; fight, variable winds
.shifting to easterly. - '
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