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the Fuchs-McLean ticket and the
fight for better .conditions in labor
The next meeting of the , Anti
Hearst League 'will be held Thursday
evening at 768 W. VanBuren street.
WONDER IF HE GOT THE MONEY?
"Don't you know that it's impolite to -whistle when you're dealing with,
"Well, pa said that if I sold you anything I'd have to whistle for my
money." ' . " .
DEATH TOLL IN- MILWAUKEE
FIRE MAY REACH 'ELEVEN
Milwaukee, pet. Z7. There is a
possibility that the death toll -will
reach eleven in the half-million dol
lar fire which destroyed the plant of
the Goodyear Rubber Company. In
addition to the seven 'firemen dead,
physicians report that four of the
twenty-two seriously injured are be
lieved to be dying. - '
It is believed that the explosion and
fire was" caused by gas generated by
an overheating of the, supply of rub
ber goods in' the basememV 'Explo
sion in vulcanizing rooms caused the
brick walls to crumblerburying-the
A big plate glass window in a jew
elry store in the vicinity was shat
tered by the intensity of the heat and
jawels valued at several thousand
dollars were exposed. A cordon of
police was placed around a space of
four city blocks to keep pillagers out.
The fire was spread to buildings
throughout the entire block by the
explosion. This is the third fire In
this block in thirty years that has
exacted a toll of lives and earned for
it the name of "Death Block."
One hundred 'acres of the Florida
national forest will be sown to mari
time pine seed this fall. .Maritime pine
is the source of the French turpen-
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