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J. B. Densmore, solicitor of the
Department of Labor, arrived today
from Washington to attempt media
tion. It isTioped his efforts wfth those
of citizens may postpone a general
strike. A committee of the Central
Labor Union -will take up the ques
tion of a general strike tonight. Ac
tion was .postponed from last night
Mayor Wallace urges resumption
of business and promises full protec
tion. Strikers are in ugly mood at
the army of strikebreaking gunmen
and their release following fatal
Garbage was collected downtown
today, but no general collection in
the residence .districts. City sanitar
ian says the danger of an epidemic is
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
The Newsboys' Protective Union
will elect officers tonight at their
regular meeting to be held at 180 W.
Samuel Miller, 11, 3001 S. Halsted
St., killed. Street car.
H. C. Peppier, wealthy hardware
merchant, 1321 School pi"., missing
since Tuesday. May drag lake.
Several persons hurt when street
car and wagonload of bricks collided
at Lincoln av. and Grace st.
Maggie Teyte, the opry singer, ar
rived all dressed up in trousers and
Harry Hummer, clerk at Hotel
Netherland, is missing. Likewise
$2,000 burglary at home of G. 'C.
Salch, 40 Piedmont av.
Mrs. Esther Falkenstein ays wo
men who drink are hopeless.
Serg. Sharpe, E. Chicago station,
saw two men set fire at Barone Bros.''
saloon, 1024 Cambridge av., and then
run. Left shotgun behind. Fire
Hugh McDonald, 869 N. LaSalle st.,
hurt when team ran away, throwing
him to street.
Harry J. Callahan, Des Plaines, III.,
charged with forgery, pleaded insan
ity. 6 months, House of Correction.
Frank Slove, 2255 Greenview av.,
claimed to have been robbed of $286.
Later denied story.
Geo. Martens, 2631 S. Park av.,
fined $20. Speeding. Second of
fense. Joseph Gatto, 1006 Cambridge av.,
suicide, Gun, Cancer, .
Matt Schneider and Henry Warner
arrested. Said to have robbed 5
downtown hotels. $1,000 worth of
John Djmsza, 3302 S. Union av.,
arrested. Charged with leading mob
against Father Krawczunas, St.
George's Catholic Church. Trouble
between congregation and priest
Mrs. Edward Levy, 4721 Egan st.,
robbed. Robber got two cents.
Sylvester Holden, 22, negro, 2414
W. Madison, arrested. Said to have
killed man in Memphis.
Thomas F. Gregory, 19, opium vic
Henry Williams, Kenosha, Wis., ar
rested. Charged with attacking Miss
Wm. Hill, 326 S. Campbell av.,
fined $25. Urged bulldog to attack
Mrs. Clara Miles, 323 S. Campbell.
Station employes at the North
western station vaccinated. Ran
dolph Muzzell, negro porter, had
Case of Wm. Meng, 1480 Grace st,
manager Lake Shore playgrounds,
continued. Accused by four girls.
Age 9 to 12.
City overrun with idle men. Thou
sands unable to get work. Municipal
lodging house and other shelters
Margaret Teyte, grand opera sing
er, appeared on State st. with'trouser
skirt. No riot occured.
Morris Brown, 324 N. Clark st,
"26" dice game. $10 and costs.
Carl Preetorius, music teacher, 116
S. Michigan av., arrested. Charged