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constitutional. Joseph Nakwosas sued
Western Paper Stock Co. for $5,000
under old common law rule. Failure
to print bill reason for decision.
Dr. Lee Baumgarten, Kalamazoo,
Mich., stopped by 3 "men. Blinded
with red pepper, beaten and robbed.
May lose sight of both eyes.
Woman known as "Fainting Em
ma" sought by police. Faints. Taken
to hospital. Robs patients.
George White, laborer, found wan
dering around city hall suffering from
smallpox. Taken to Isolation Hos
pital. Sebastian Showrowsky, Burnham,
111., died from blows received in sa
loon brawl. Andrew Zijic, 1,3454 Bal
timore av., owner o fsaloon, arrested.
Richard Schultz, confessed slayer
of Mrs. Elizabeth Healy, identified by
Mrs. Mary Clerken as man who had
been annoying children of neighbor
hood. Suit of William M. McCoy, for
$150,000 against Union "L" Com
pany. Won by "L" Company. McCoy
claimed that building of "L" injured
Joseph Kanta, saloonkeeper, 3325
W. 26th St., fined $2 5and costs. Kept
saloon open election day.
Clarence S. Funk on witness stand
in Heppner perjury case denies alien
ation charge. State rested case with
Funk's testimony. ,
Cook county prohibition banquet
will be held Thursday, March 5, 8 p.
m., at iKmball Cafe, 118 W. Monroe.
Gas pipe exploded in old Humboldt
Theater. Windows shattered for
blocks. Fire followed. Building
Interior of Virginia Theater, 809
W. Madison street, wrecked. Curtain
slashed, seats broken, motion picture
apparatus smashed. Damage $2,000.
Frank Dahl and Fred Grant, 631
N. LaSalle St., arrested as suspects.
Had three guns when "frisked."
Chicago City Railways fined $600
for violating cold car ordinance.
100 University of Chicago co-eds
on strike. Refuse to eat in dormi
tory diningroom. Claim jelly con--
tains too much gelatin.
Sergeant "Jerry" O'Connor, morals
censor, who discovered "September5
Morn," relieved as art critic. Is pa-1
trolling beat. '
Case of smallpox discovered In mu-T
nicipal lodging house on Washington1 '
blvd. 400 "Hoppers" vaccinated.
Peter Einer, 22, 2335 W. Superior2
St., law student, arrested. Took $35 1
bottle of perfume. Says he wanted to
raise "money to stay in school.
Albert Thompson, 18, 6234 Vernon
av., sleep on porch. Detected odor
of chloroform. Got up. Frightened1
away 3 burglars.
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MONSTROUS MASS MEETING ON;
HENRICI STRIKE .
"A one-day rest in seven" mon
strous mass meeting of all trades, in-'
volved in the, Henrici strike will be'
held this evening at 8 p. m. at the.
International Union Hall, 538 N.?
Wells street '
The speakers will be Mrs. Raymond
Robins, pres. National Women's'
Trade Union League; Miss Agnes
Nestor, pres. Women's Trade Union
League, Chicago; Elizabeth Maloney
pres. Int'l Hotel and Restaurant Em-
ployes' Union; Carrie Alexander, pres.
Waitresses' Union, Chicago; John H.;
Walker, pres. United Federation of;
Labor; John Fitzpatrick, pres. Chi-
cago Federation of Labor; Edward
Nockles, secretary Chicago Federa-
tion of Labor; John D. Farrell, attor
ney for the trades involved in the
Henrici strike; Charles Iffland, secre
tary Bakers' International Union;
Steve Sumner, business agent JMilkJ
Drivers' Union; W. A. Neer, pres.
Teamsters' Joint Conference, Chi-'
cago; H. J. Becker, Bakery Drivers'
Union; Fred Ebeling, pres. Cooks' Un-K
ion; Tony Weth and Rudolph Kerni
business agent Bakers' Union; R.,M.f
Bills, htisiness agent Waiters' Union.7
Everybody is invited.
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St. Louis churches are using haff-r
page advertisements in daily papers.