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on Mrs. S. Odochawaski, 28, 1715
Mrs.-Mary Buthu, 908 W. 35th pi.,
stabbed and seriously wounded by
husband, who was later arrested.
Yeggman got $20CL from safe of
Peppas.fe Alex, 166 N. 5th av. Frank
Gilbert, 18, arrested later as suspect.
Alligator, mascot of Northwestern
University fraternity, is lost.
Daniel Schwale, 1200 S. Jefferson
3t, struck and probably fatally in
jured by auto owned by Monarch
A.uto Livery Co.
Jurav Pavliny, 847 N. Pulaski av.,
iied from skull fracture received in
fight with John Prunda, 2209 W. Erie
3t., and Geo. Washka, 2144 W. Huron.
Henry Eisenberg, 1936 W. Polk st.,
struck by taxicab. Leg broken.
Stanley Morkievicz, 36, 3242 W.
38th st., arrested on charge of coun
terfeiting Canadian money.
A NATIONAL LABOR EXCHANGE
Washington, Oct. 13. Tlie Amer
ican Federation of Labor is to take
up and actively work for the propos
ed bill for a National Labor Exchange
which will probably be introduced
into Congress at an early date. The
Federation's - legislative committee
has examined and approved the pro
posed measure, which seeks to use
the postoffice' as labor exchanges to
put the unemployed workmen in
touch with employers and vice versa.
President Samuel Gompers in his last
annual report recommended the es
tablishment of such a plan. Indica
tions are that the proposition will be
endorsed at the annual A. F. of L.
convention which meets jn-Seattle in
HOLD MAN IN MYSTERY
Champaign, III., Oct. 13. Charles
Phipps, a shoemaker, was arrested
today in connection with the case of
William Larry, wealthy Urbana bach
elor, believed to have been murdered
aor his money.
Larry's body was found in a corn
ySld south of the city yesterday He
had "flashed" a rollvpf $1;000 in the
establishment of Phipps, and when
the body was found, Phipps volun
teered information which caused him
to be suspected.
Phipps was a tenant of the mur
GUNMEN SHOT INTO CROWD OF
Calumet, Mich., Oct. 13. Without
apparent cause, gunmen in an auto
mobile near the Centennial mine fired
into a. parade of copper strikers and
their wives and children. No one was
hurt. Military officials who witnessed
the shooting took the names of the
gunmen, but declined to arrest them.
Officials of the Western Federation
of Miners made formal demand upon
the civil authorities for the arrest of
More than 2,000 strikers partici
pated in a big demonstration yester
day in connection with the funeral of
Joseph Manerich. Manerich was shot
to death last week in the fight in
which Deputy Sheriff Pollack also
WANT FEDERAL PROBE
Trinidad, Col., Oct. 13. Vice-President
Hayes of the United Miners
states that the union leaders will wel
come a federal investigation into the
strike of 8,000 Southern Colorado
coal miners. He declares the' strike
has been peaceful so far as the men
are concerned, but that congress will
uncover many sensations in connec
tion with working conditions in this
TO OUST MOTHER TEACHERS"
New York, Oct. 13. Under orders
from the Board of Education, Supt.
of Schools William H. Maxwell is
rounding up all married teachers who
have become mothers since January
1. The anti-mother faction of the
board is expected to order suspension
in each case. It is expected that at
least fifteen cases will be found; "