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The Senatewas introduced ,to J.
Ham Lewis' whiskers yesterday -The
Senate expects' to recover in - a day
or so. '
Mr; James Perry was'- guest of
honor at a luncheon 'in .Mr: Perry's
new home at Joliet yesterday.
' Mr. Perry says'that h'eMiKes'Ubliet
very' much and finds-it exceedingly
restful after Chicago. He says, how
ever, that He. rinsses 'Miss Belle i Hast
ings, who" used; so "graciously to. act
as hostess for James.. ' ' 1 '
J.. Og Armour's 'plant .lias veen vis
ited by representatives of the 'Ainer
ican Federationof Labor ' ' '
The visit to "Og - was" a surprise
party. Og .says if' he had .known "he
would have been better 'prepared to
receive his guests- -V ''
It is'a long time-between visits:be
tweenOg and the jL.'F.'bf L. ".Thtflast
time11 was in 1904. Og, at that time,
was. prepared. . 1 ,
Ira -Nelson Morris,' the slaughter
house magnate, has been mentioned
just mentioned-for" the ambassa
dorship.to London. . -. ' -
We should be gladiojsee Ira go to
London, ourselves. - Nofthat we have
anything agin London; But well,as
the walrus said-to the" snail," "The
farth'er 'tis from England, the nearer
Josiah Oldfield of deaK old Lun
non, is out with a new quip. "If you
would stay youthful';" says Josiah,
"stay in love." - . J '
Probably Josiah' is 'working on the
general principle thaf'the exercise it
will give "your muscles bustihg-'the
he&ds'of rivals, 'we mean undoubt
edly will, keep ;you fit
Mrs. Pankhurst has recovered from
her recent '.indisposition and is ex
pected soon to returhfo'her Holloway
mansion. ' '
Twelve of Mr. Ed -Barrett's closest
friends' met together "to give him ;a
send-off; Mr. Barrett expects to leave
for? Joliet on state"- business " very
' .Many of MrLBarrett's other friends
gathered in Judge. Kersten's salon
tgday. Most, of hein are collectors.
It is?sald that, among them, they have
one of the finest" collection of re
volvers, in .Chicago. " ,
UNION MANHOT.By THUGS IN
; PAV.OFBOSSE DYING ,
Paterson ;N. J.t" April I8.r-T.wp"
ers,! imported! from-. Newark, by the
siIk"(manufacurereV:are :ih.jail on a
charge of, shooting Ahtdmo'-Vischio,
aldyelworker, .following5 the first seri
ous. "'outbreak1' of. the silk- workers'
strike. ' ' r ,
'F,eeUng'is running1 higU and fatal
clashed hetween the' strikers and
'detective." "Jerry .0!Brien's band of
thugs ""is' feared. Wischib ' was ' shot
dui-ifiga iisturbanceih front of the
Weiae'manh dye."wprks: He;is,'said to
be dyifig. Another striker is .In crit
ical co'n'oUtidn'from a fractured skuU,
and a dozen-others are'suffering from
" FoUoxvIng Ith'e'jplan of campaign
theyemg!6yed in the Lawrence tex
tileTstrikef, leaders of the.LvVPWare
panning; to remove 5;000 children
whlose; parents are strikers to' New
York. ' It "is uncertain whether the
city "authorities will interfere with
thef plan. If they do, scenes similar
to "those 'in .Lawrence," when' children
were torn from parents and women
were beaten, are sure to-b"e enacted.
"It is becoming difficult to restrain
the-strikers, 'who have "been rendered
desperate by eight -weeks of idleness.
Dye. workers, especially, who form
the bulIcToif the unskilled labor, -"are
becoming h'ard to control. In'preyi
ous silkstrikes" they have been the
first to resort to violence.
The strikers are hoping today that
the appeal'of;' the, strike leaders to
Washington 'for 'federal, interference
and investigation, will be answered.
There appears to be'no prospect that
the manufacturers will agree tooths
demands 'of the -workers.