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the clerks? "I'm not one of your
slaves any more, thank God."
" "You'll walk down," said Harder.
"I'll be damned if I will," rejoined
the clerk. "This is a public service
building and 111 stay if I want to.
Besides I may want to buy some
thing." "We don't want your money," said
About this time a policeman's son,
who has bgen working at the store
and who was one of the strikers, got
into an altercation with two of the
store detectives. One of the latter
made a kick at the boy and he fell
downward, first, however, grabbing
the detective and taking him with
They landed in a heap at the bot
tom and the boy was taken into cus
tody and locked in a cloakroom. He
escaped by jumping from a window
and went again into the store to de
mand his wages.
The matter will be taken up by the
Legal Aid Society. Several of the
girls who came to work Sunday had
no carfare with them as they ex
pected to get the 50 cents.
Vote fraud indictment held valid.
Supreme Court upholds election act
Tiniest infant in Highland Park,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Law
rentz, 244 Homeward av., weighs 3
Springfield, III. Edw. J. Sandberg
and James E. Gibbons disbarred by
Chicago Bar Association. Said to
have misappropriated money.
Vienna. 30 men reported killed
and 35 seriously injured at Darnow.
Express train collided with work
Williston, N. D. Frank Culberson,
convicted of murder of Dillon family,
lynched by mob.
Washington. Pres. Wilson is so
far recovered regular cabinet meet
ing took place in White House. j
Cleveland, O. 300 waiters, cooks,
bus-boys and bartenders out lit
Hotels Statler and Hollendon. 1,500
expected out tomorrow.
Washington. Seq'y Bryan de
manded Gen. Carranza intervene to
restore order in Chihuahua.
Mexico City. Gen Huertanot yet
recovered from celebrating federal
victory at Tampico.
Washington. Republican national
committee formally convened today.
El Paso. eSfious engagement be
tween Mexican rebels and. federals
may soon begin near Chihuahua.
Washington. Passage by Senate
of currency bill anticipated late this
Mrs. Gotfsenberry was horrified at
seeing her son standing on his head
against the garden fence.
"Tommy," she cried, "what are
you doing now?"
"Standing on my head," replied,
Tommy. 'Didn't yer tell me to play .
something that wouldn't wear my
shoes out?" j
The heart of a standing man beats i
eighty-one times a minute, of a sit-
ting one seventy-one times. When
the man is -lying down its beats arei
reduced to sixty-six a minute.
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