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$2 a' week demanded by the Chicago
Teamsters' Joint Council is conceded
by all ice cream companies. Ice cream
- Six young men arrested in raid on
flat a .330 S. California av. Paroled
for sir months by Municipal Judge
Hopkins in Morals Court. Were
charged with disorderly conduct.
Three -girls discharged from custody
and two women paroled for six
Chas. Wcott, 2938 Cottage Grove
av;, clerk, fined $100 and costs.
Charged with giving whiskey to Ag
Miss Nellie Heweitt, 120 E. Ohio
st., reporter on afternoon paper, rob
bed of jewels worth $400.
Hazel Harrigan, 4, 2730 W. Van
.IBuren St., severely injured by car in
ront-of her home. Mother saw her
from window. Another girl, same
age, struck with her but slightly
NINE CHILDREN AND TWO
MOTHERS DIE IN FLOOD
Natchez, Miss., April 29. A pitiful
sight was witnessed near here today
by helpless and terror-stricken res
cuers when two frantic mothers with
nine little children, marooned on the
called out in vain Dleas for helD and
then plunged to their deaths when
their place of refuge toppled over in
the swirling waters and vanished
The word, was received here when
the rescuers returned with. tw,o boat
loads of survivers. Their boats were
so crowded that to have taken on
the women and little children would
have swamped them.
Nine parishes, reaching five miles
inland, are under water and the Mis
sissippi is pouring in through a mile
wide crevasse at St. John. At Bemy,
where the levees are still holding, two
negroes were shot down while trying
to cut the embankment. It is thought
they were working for planters on
. the other side of the stream.
MRS: PANKHURST!S LEAVE '.QF
London, April 29. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, militant suffraget, has
been visited in her flat in Highbridge
by the governor of Holloway jail, .
Superintendent Quinn of Scotland
Yard and the official physician of the
prison, who have officially reported
that she is not well enough to be re
turned to prison.
The physician was sent to make
an official report to the home office
and, the-others accompanied him.
There were a crowd of suffragets in
front of the house, some of whom
tried to prevent the officials frbmen
tering, but they finally contented
tnemseives with merely hooting.
. Mrs. Pankhurst's leave of absence
from Holloway jail has been .in
96 BODIES TAKEN FROM MINE
SEVERAL STILL BURIED
Monongahela City, Pa., April 29.;. r
Ninety-six bodies have been recover
ed from the reck of the-Cincinnati
mine, and survivors, in spite of the
claims of county and state officials
that all bodies have been removed,
claim that several miners are still
buried in the debris. s
Only two of the men .are unidenti
fied. Eight will be buried today, iden
tified, but their bodies unclaimed, as
they had no relatives in this country.
The report of the state mine in
spectors who investigated the disas
ter will be made public at the inquest
, f I S THU VtxjR.
She wore a feather in her hat;
It was a stunner my!
But, ere she left, a passenger
Had got it in his eye.