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pod watchmen, cracked safe and got
Dr. T. A. Carter's bichloride of mer
cury treatment will be tried on Mrs.
Marcia K. Flint, 740 B. 36th st. Sui
cide. Apartment building- 4953 Prairie
av., damaged by lire. Loss $5,000.
Henry Urpsung, 18, ran away from
home because mother, 50, registered.
Mother believes Henry will come
back when stake of $2.50 is gone.
Patrick Kean, 1109 E. 72d st., to
tend babies while wife supports fam
ily. Hubby unable to get job. Wife
Chicago Journal acquitted in $10,
000 libel suit. Judge ruled newspaper
had right to print the truth and is not
responsible for inference that may be
drawn from facts.
Grand jury ends taking testimony
in Lewinsohn case. Reconvenes Tues
day to return, indictment if any are
Inquest in death of Joseph E. Jack
son, 18, who died at the Bridewell
Feb. 2d begun. Mother suspects mur
der. Walter Cousins, 527 N. Avers av.,
shot and fatally wounded by Special
Policeman Charles Shields. Was
caught stealing brass journals in C. &
N. W. Railroad yards. Walter Ohler
ichs, 652 N. Springfield av., arrested.
I. G. Weild, 2489 Archer ay., bound
and gagged by three men. $30 gone.
Walter G. Leininger, superintend
ent of streets, acknowledged excess
of water in oil, but defends contrac
tors. 35 parents signed petition asking
for removal of Miss Dora L. Davis
from Eugene Field School. Claim
teacher uses slang. Another petition
being prepared praising teacher.
eHlen Keller, noted deaf and blind
scholar, addressed a large audience
at Orchestra Hall last night., -
Lillian Coyne," supposed to be living
in Chicago, wanted as heir to Ireland
Mrs. Harry Bandel, 722 Addison st.,
struck by auto. Slightly injured.
LABOR BODIES TO GET BACK OF
The restaurant and hotel workers,
who have called a boycott against
the Henrici's restaurant, 71 W. Ran
dolph street, as a protest against the
tactics of the loop restaurant trust,
has been assured the support of the
Illinois Federation of Labor and the
Chicago Federation of Labor.
Yesterday John H. Walker, presi
dent of the former organization, and
E. N. Nockles, secretary of the latter,
proclaimed their feelings publicly by
doing picket duty openly.
The blow struck at Henrici's was
only the first of what is expected to
be a hard fight for living wages and
decent wages on the part of men and
women of the unions.
The restaurant called out a squad
of city police and hired a number of
Former Inspector Hunt's private
cops yesterday in an effort to frighten
the girls away, but they stuck to their
post and paraded up and down Ran
dolph street, enlightening the public
as to the conditions that prevailed at
Henrici's, where girls must toil seven
days a week in order to make $7.
A delegation representing the
Building Trades Council, the Wait
resses' Union, the Chicago Federation
of Labor, the Bakers, the Cooks and
all the .other unions involved will
meet Harry C. Moir. owner of the
Morrison Hotel and the Boston Oys
ter House today and will try to get
him to recognize union labor.
The Brewery Workers' yesterday
gave power to the business agent to
order, members of the union not to
deliver beer at any of the 35 loop res
taurants known to be opposed to
o o r
Quinine a quarter of a century ago
was largely supplied by Ceylon, but
the chief source now is Java. In
Inda, where one-sixth of the world's
supply is used, it is suggested that
the growing of cinchona trees be ex
tended to Insure against a possible