daughter of Romany, whose mother
had founfl unnecessary to punish her.
Camp after camp was earchea"
upon the word of some farmer's wife
or that of a town marshall. Mile after
mile of country lanes "and 'side roads
over which automobiles had never
passed, the search continued without
faltering, for seven days, through
northern Indiana, Illinois and Wis-
eonsin. Our automobile covered 418
miles before returning to its Btarting
place, its occupants firm in the
knowledge tha the missing girl was
not in the territory they, covered..
In different sections others did'like
wise. Catherine is still missing.
Where is she?
Holding up a Gypsy caravan near Mineral Point, Wis., in search of
Kidnapped Catherine Winters special photograph by Staff Photographer
W. H. Durborough.
CUFFIN WANTS TO MEET
ACCUSERS FACE TO FACE
James T. Guffin has issued a chal
lenge to John C. Harding, of typo
union No. 16, and Edwin R. Wright,
president of the Illinois federation of
Labor, to meet him face to face at a
mass meeting to be held at County
.Democracy Hall, 167 W. Randolph
street, on Saturday afternoon, May
3, at 2 o'clock.
He has issued a circular inviting all
members of Chicago allied printing
trades unions to attend the meeting.
He says in Tiis circular that one pur
pose of the mass meeting is to make
known facts which Harding has kept
from his union's knowledge.
GufHn claims to have been work
ing for state-wide uniformity of
school books and for union-label
school books, and as the accredited
representative of the Chicago Allied
Printing Trades Council. He says he
has been attacked by Harding and
Wright, wants the unions to know
why and says he will tell why.
The small girl had been exasper
ating all day, and at last her mother
lost patience and administered cor
poral .punishment. The child had
scarcely recovered from heV stobs
when she looked up and said:
"Mother, you must try and. control
that temper of- yours."
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