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TWgewSTlSPWt f")W" s5rE,l5',Pr,,
session of the copper mines, and
operate them ufider union condi
tions." Employes of A. B. Dick & Co., 736.
Jackson boulevard,' have raised "over
$10 for the Calumet strikers. '
Ray Terrell, 18, Cleveland, O., ar
rested at Boston Store. Had sack
full of sweaters.
TELEPHONE GIRL TRIES SUICIDE
. Brooding over illness and the loss
of her position caiised Stella O'Brien,
21 years old, 1632 Humboldt boule
vard to attempt suicide this morning.
Miss O'Brien was employed by the
Chicago Telephone Company and lost
her position after Christmas. She
was'Jakeh to' an hospitaL She will
YANKEE GIRL VILLA'S CAPTIVE BRIDE?
Senora Francesca Villa.
The beautiful cashier of the American clothing Company's store al
eon. Mexico, who. It is reDorted. General Francesca Villa, rebel chief,
clbly married in true bandit fashion. When Villa left Torreon on his
Bcessful capture of Juarez and "Chihuahua he and his wife drove off in
the, grandest carriage he could, obtain and a guard was seated on the box
beside the coachman. Those who saw the couple say the bride seemed re-signed-to
her position, - - '