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of the small independent operators
had signed the union wage scale, add
ing that they represented half the
tonnage of the state.
MORE TROOPS FOR CALUMET
Lansing, Michv Oct. 4. General
Abbey, in command" of the state
troops in the copper strike territory,
has requested more troops.
Gov. Ferris, who was in Detroit
yesterday, announced tha he would
probably order additional troops to
Calumet immediately after his con
ference with Adjutant General Van
With a smile on his rubicund fea
tures the hotelkeeper was peacefully
enjoying forty winks. Business was
booming; the place was full. Good!
Knocks on the door of his sanctum,
however, brought him back to earth.
In staggered a perspiring waiter.
"P-p-p-lease, sir," he stammered,
"I'm in a terrible fix. A gent has
just ordered roast mutton."
"Well, what of it?" (fame the exas
perated answer. "There's plenty of
"Yes, sir," breathed the distracted
knight of the napkin. "But he's al
ready had one portion of it as venison."
Mrs. Natalie Schmidt, 1613 N.
Marshfield av., and John Jossi, 2833
N. Spaulding av., injured when their
auto hit street car.
Judge Cooper authorized special
gand jury tocontinue its work.
John Canfield suicided. Leaped
from 3d story window of Palos Hotel,
317 E. 31st st
Police searching for Ruth Shep
herd, 15, 5643 Wentworth av., miss
ing since Sept. 12.
Yeggmen blew safe of Schroedr &
Diehl, wholesale fish dealers, 350 W.
63d St., and escaped with $123.21.
One believed injured by premature
W. D. Bennett, said to be missing
link in Funk-Henning case, is being
Believed that shooting in home of
Jacob Maroney, 959 W. 18th st., may
elear up robbery of Garfield State
Bank messenger boy.
Marie Fraser, salesgirl Marshall
Field & Co., found and returned $20,
000 worth of 'jewels lost by Emma
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GIRL CLEARS OEJ.RICHS
New York, Oct. 4. Lucille Single
ton, the girl who a few days ago
charged Herman Oelrichs with stab
bing her in his automobile, has com
pletely retracted the charge and sign
ed a statement for Assistant District
Attorney O'Malley, admitting that
her injuries were caused by flying
glass from the broken windshield.
She decjared Oelrichs had acted like
a gentleman in the auto, but both
had been drinking and when he went
to turn into Broadway he lost con
trol of the car. She denied she had
any intention of blackmailing Oel
richs. o o
An Oregon farmer has discovered
that he can raise onions on rich soil
by tying'threads'around each plant to
cneck the flow of sap to the tops.
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