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SIX FIREMEN HURT ON FALSE
ALARM RUN .
In answering a false alarm today,
six firemen were injured, two prob
Peter Kelly, 24, 2324 W. 48th place,
member of fire insurance patrol No.
3, internally injured. Taken to
Ernest Heide, insurance patrol, in
ternal injuries. Possible skull frac
ture and leg broken.
Lieut. Wm. Enright, 5717 Union
av., insurance patrol, bruised.
John Barnings, Hose Cart Engine
Co. No. 19, cut and bruised.
The other two were merely bruised
The accident occurred when the
insurance auto patrol and the hose
cart collided at 39th street and In
The call that brought them out
was found to be false. Two men were
arrested, charged with turning in the
SAYS GROWTH OF ORGANIZED
LABOR HAS BEEN GOOD
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 16. Wil
liam B. Wilson, Secretary of Labor,
says that the organization of the
working class and trades union move
ment in the U. S. is aiming toward
and accomplishing one end a more
equal distribution of wealth.
"The growth of organized labor
has been remarkable in the past few
years," said Wilson. "It has been
steady and sure and has put the
'working classes on a firm founda
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"I'd like a dime's worth of insect
"Fleas, skeeters or wood-ticks?"
"Oh dear, I (fon't know! Will you
Then she unbuttoned a cute little
opening in her skirt at her ankle and,
after 25 minutes' careful examina
tion, he said it was hives and would
require a lotion daily.
REFUSE TO LET WOMEN WORK
OVER TEN HOURS
Madison, Wis., Sept. State Indus
trial Commission refused eight big
Milwaukee candy manufacturers per
mission to work women employes
longer than 10 hours a day, specified
by law during the three months' rush
season preceding Christmas holidays.
Commission held hours should be re
duced instead of increased and ad
vised employers to offer better" wages
and they would have no difficulty in
obtaining sufficient help.
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POOR COUNT! , ? '
"That girl you introduced me to
is beautiful, but she is not an heiress.
She hasn't a sou, yet you said she
was worth a million."
Matrimonial Agent "I didn't tell
you she had money. I said her face
value was a million dollars.."
Unsettled weather with probably
rain tonight; Wednesday fair and
colder: moderate southeast winds
shifting to northwest Wednesday.