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dlvojce from Antonie Bartb, formr
actress and his morganatic wife.
Rumored he wants another actress.
New York. James B. Garfield,
commissioner of corporations under
Roosevelt administration, testifiea
for defense in government's dissolu
tion suit against steel trust.
New York. Vincent Astor plans
to build new theater at "Broadway
and Ninety-fifth street.
London. Sir Rufus Isaacs, attor
ney general of Great Britain, has re
signed from cabinet because of his
part in Marconi scandal.
Washington. Rep. Fowler object
to war department lending tents to
Confederate veterans of Georgia, but
later withdrew objection and apolo
gized for it.
New York. Mrs. Clarence
Mackay, wife of multi-millionaire
head of Postal Telegraph Co., con
sulted attorney yesterday. -Mackay
left for Europe with his children se
cretly last- Wednesday.
Washington-p-Pres. Wilson denied
plea of government clerks to make
Saturday, July 5, a full holiday.
Springfield, III. Rumored that
Gov. Dunne will veto park consoli
dation grab of administration of Chi
cago. Rockford, III. Illinois Mayors'
Convention now in session. More
than 50 cities represented.
He went into the leafy woods,
A cat, he thought, he saw;
And, though he loved his new spring
jHell never wear it more.
At 2:17 six small boys were caught
mimicing the battle of Gettysburg.
Two toy pistols and some paper caps
are held as evidence.
A mob of people took a dip at Chi
cago's bathing beaches.
Cleveland, June 28. John D.
Rockefeller spent the day on the golt
"September Morn" is still standing
on the brink, wondering if the water
is cold, despite the large number of
people peeping at her through the
Weather HOT (That looks like
a safe bet).
London, June 28. An unconfirm
ed futurist report says that two Bul
garian cavalrymen on the frontier
died of lockjaw while making faces
at a column of Serbs.
81,217 autos passed down Mich
CINCY STRIKE SITUATION
Cincinnati, O., June 27. The set
tlement of the strike 6t the 11,000
Cincinnati garment workers is al
most certain. Seven of the eleven
local councils of the union last night
voted to accept the settlement pro
posals of the employers and return
to work. Since Thomas Rickert,
president of the International Gar
ment Workers' Union, is urging the
acceptance of the proposals also, the
other four unions are expected to fall
Ice manufacturers are preparing
to break the strike of wagon drivers,
engineers and firemen at any cost.
Have advertised for non-union engi
neers and firemenwhich almost cer
tainly will meaa trouble.
A strike involving 8,000 teamsters
and omnibus drivers in Cincinnati
and vicinity was threatening today.
General Organizer T. L. McArthur
of the Teamsters' Union, announced
that unless employers agreed to meet
union committee regarding new
wage scale, strike would be called