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O'HARA PLAYS SAFE ON THE
N. Y. GOVERNOR MESS
Springfield,.. III., Aug. 28. By ad
dressing envelope and requisition to
"The Governor of New York," Act-ing-Gov.
O'Hara sidestepped a de
cision on who is governor of New
York when he issued requisition for
the extradition of Hans Otho Albers,
held in New York for the Chicago
police charged with alleged forgery
of a check for $450. The postoffice
authorities will have to decide to
whom to "deliver the requisition.
O'Hara recently refused to recog
nize Martin Glynn as acting gover
nor, calling Glynn an usurper.
LADY RAFFLES IN AGAIN
Lillian McDowell, the lady Raffles,
who sprang into notoriety several
years ago when she robbed the
home of Ira J. Mix, is again under
She was taken into custody by of
ficers of the detective bureau and will
be held pending information from
Toledo, where she is wanted in con
nection with a $3,000 robbery.
The McDowell woman served time
in Joliet for the Mix burglary.
CHARLTON AT NAPLES
Naples, -Aug. 28. Italian officials
took Porter Charlton off the boat this
afternoon and prepared to leave by
train for Lake Como, where he will
stand trial for the murder of his wife.
Former Deputy Camera, chief
counsel for Charlton, says that
Charlton's own story before the jury
wvi rival that of Evelyn Nesbit Thaw
and will in itself be sufficient to ac
INDIANA STRIKE, OVER
Indianapolis, Ina1., Aug. 28. The
strike on Indiana's interurban lines,
which went into effect last Saturday,
was practically over today, all the
niotormen and conductors, with the
exception of a score at Columbus,
Ind., having resumed their old places
at the same wage scale.
'NOTHER JOLT FOR HEARST
The South Chicago Trades and
Labor Assembly has fallen in line
with the other labor organizations
and adopted resolutions condemning
Hearst and the special trades edi
tion, engineered by Simon O'Donnell.
The Cigar Packers' Union, Local
227, after calling attention, to the
"glaring inconsistency of a scab pub
lication putting out a special labor
edition," passed the following resolu
tion: "Resolved, That Cigar Packers'
Union, Local 227, concur in the pro
test of the Web Pressmen and the
Chicago Federation of Labor against
the Chicago American and Examiner
publishing special labor edition."
Soldier I once had an experience
in India that fairly made my hair
stand bolt upright.
Girl How interesting! What was
Soldier A shampoo!
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New York. District Atty. Whit
man formally accepted nomination
of Tammany Hall for re-election to