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18th pi., stabbed six times "with pair
of shears by her husband. Oboes
arrived unexpectedly from Poland.
Accused her of being too frieridly
Andrew Nuszrok, 813 N. Sangamon
street, drowned when he fell into
river at N. Sangamon street Sev
eral persons saw boy fall in, but
could not rescue him.
John E. Wilkie, former chief of U.
S. secret service, elected vice presi
dent of Chicago City Railways Co.
Detective Nick Berwick, who has
made an enviable record as head of
Schuettler's crime squad, transferred
to patrol duty out in the woods.
"Rev." E. L. Williams blamed.
Aid. Manny Abrahams given call
down by Judge LaBuy when he tried
to interfere in case at Maxwell street
Body of young woman taken from
lake at foot of Huron st. identified as
Hilda Sonnenson, maid employed by
Newton Perry, 1235 Astor St., who
disappeared May 23.
Andrew Nuzsrok, 8, 813 N. Sanga
mon St., fell into river at N. Sanga
mon st. Drowned.
Herman Lehrman, 875 LIU av.,
chauffeur for B. J. Bussierre, fined
$400 for speeding. Has been arrested
Mrs. Valeria Fajhic gave severe
beating to Justice of Peace Harry
Connors, Rockdale, after he had fined
Erbstein & Van Bever filed writ
of habeas corpus for release of Peter
Gentleman, brother of "Dutch," now
in Johet Writ based on technical
Joseph Wandrasack, 44, 2850 S. St.
Louis av., foreman of foundry, 5833
S. Elizabeth st, suicide. Poison. Ill
Attorneys V. E. Rinquist and Gur
don Williams locked in Superior
Court file vault for three hours.
Scrubwoman finally heard knocking
and released them.
John Maynard Harlan, attorney,
sued by Albert E. Dacy for $15,250 on
charge of having withheld funds col
lected for Dacy, settled case out of
Mrs. Lillian Campagna, 1114 W.
Harrison st, arrested on suspicion of
being connected with robber band.
Edward M. Lewis, who claims
father is publisher of St Louis Star,
arrested for creating disturbance at
WHITE RATS UNION IN DANGER
OF LOSING A. F. OF L. CHARTER
New York, June 5. The White
Rats Actors' Union is in-grave danger
of losing their charter in the Amer
ican Federation of Labor following
the filing of fourteen serious charges
against the actors' organization by
unions affiliated with the Central
Federated Union of Greater New"
York and vicinity.
Bartenders' Union No. 3 charged
that the manager of the W. R. club
house skins the help out of ten per
cent, one-half of which goes to him
self and the other half to the em
Junie McCree, president of the
Actors' Union, was bitterly denounc
ed for continuing to play the Fox
theaters, a circuit notorious for its
opposition to union labor.
Several of the unions have joined
together in a complaint against the
employment of non-union labor at
the White Rats' clubhouse.
So far the actors have made no an
swer to the charges which have al
ready been mailed to the A. F. of L.
400 machinists at the American
Can Company shops, Maywood, have
struck for a 25 cent increase and
a nine-hour day.
Members of Garment Workers'4
Union, at an enthusiastic meeting,
placed in the hands of their joint
board the power to call a strike at the
four Ederheimer-Stein shops.
Switzerland shares with Scotland
the distinction of being the best edu
cated country in the world.
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