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St., stabbed several times by three
young rowdies, who escaped.
Fred Ward arrested on charge of
shooting and wounding Chas. Cam
con, painter, and E. G. Walters,
ijl"ter, during argument.
Tony Fieri,"" -saloonkeeper, 841
Gault ct., had part of tongue bitten
off during scrap with Salvador Laco
toro, 467 W. Superior st.
Report of Chicago Nursery and
Half-Orphan Asylum says it costs
!140 year to keep child.
Wr itf. Meier, with bank book show
ing $1,300 deposits, walked into S.
Clark st. station and asked for place
to sleep. Couldn't cash check.
John Harmonowski, 951 18th pi.,
shot in foot by Policeman R. Strutz
while trying to escape after hitting
Julius Wissenbach, 2, 10617 Green
st., knocked down and injured by
Ben Short, attorney for Charles
Furthmann, says he has got evidence
as to who slugged his client.
Policeman fired four shots at thief
who held up and got $45 from Elmer
Routurno, 1815 Emerson av., at
Franklin and Van Buren sts. Man
County Agent Meyer charges that
hundreds of people of means have
been receiving Wasserman test free
at County Hospital.
VICTORY FOR ROSS HEIRS? ''
Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 22. After
a long fight which they assert is now
virtually won, a half score Pitts
burgh, Greensburg and Newcastle,
Pa., and Brooklyn, N. Y., persons,
claiming descent from Betsy Ross,
who made first American flag, will
formally present claims of owner
ship to the properties occupied by the
TJ. S. mint, the John Wanamaker es
tablishment and the Reading Rail
road Co. Philadelphia attorneys are
said to have found clear title for. the
claimant heirs to all the property involved.
COAL MINE TIE-UP TUESDAY?
Trinidad, Col., Sept. 22. Interna
tional Vice-Eres. Hayes of the United
Miners says there will be a complete
tie-up of coal mines all over Colorado
tomorrow. The operators have made
no move toward granting the de
mands of the miners and both sides,
are prepared for war,. There are 13,-
980 coal miners employed in Colo
rado, and Hayes asserts that fully 90,
per cent will obey the strike order.
Several hundred guards have been
imported by the mine owners.
I. W. W. TO HAVE PAPER
The Industrial Workers of the
World propose to start a daily news
paper to propogate the theories for
which the organization stands.
The press committee has been,
chosen to present the proposition to
the rank and file. If the plan goes
through the place of publication will
be Cleveland, O.
Aerial Conductor What do you.t
want? . - .i -
Passenger I want the earth.