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killed and a mine watchman has been
shot The homes of strikers have
been riddled and so have the homes
About 600 men are in the Colliers
strike. They want union wages and
Judge Dayton's injunction has been
the one stirring event of the strike.
Twelve thousand workers of West
Virginia have signed a petition re
citing Judge Dayton's alleged acts,
and sent it to President Wilson.
JUDGE DAYTON'S PERSONALLY
Enjoined striking miners from as
sembling on company property, al
though their homes are on company
Under this injunction no one carr
visit a striking miner in his home.
Under this injunction the union can
distribute no relief to miners and
Decided that strikers have no right
to belong to their union; that it is
not necessary to show any violation
of law against a union striker be
cause membership in his union is a
conspiracy in itself.
Haled an owner of property ad
joining the company's property for
contempt because he rented land to
strikers on which they put up tents.
Point was that hre violated the spirit
of the injunction against strikers as
sembling on company property. Sixty
days in jail for him!
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Kathryn- Gaul, 8, tired of being
"lonely," left father's- fiome to visit
divorced mother. Mother arrested for
contempt of court. Case dismissed
when child told story. j
Chicago's regional ' bank to be
opened by June 1.
Lawyers of ancient Athens called
crookeed by Prof. Calhoun in current
number of Classical Philology.
Joseph de Neff will speak at the I.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted St.,
Sunday, April 5, 8 p. m. Subject:
"Evolution of the American Labor
Candidacy of Joseph H. Smith for
alderman of the l4th ward endorsed
by the 14th Ward United Electrical
Twenty-five of the 31 justices un
der fire appeared to answer charges.
Some expected to resign.
- Twenty miles of country boule
vards authorized by county.
Leo M. Frank, Atlanta, man con
victed of of murder of Mary Phagan,
to go freeways W. J. Burns. Detec
tive claims prevert done killing.
Schools to close early election day
so that teachers may vote.
Thomas Johnston, 1518 Wesley av.,
Rush Medical College may merge
with University of Illinois.
Plot to destroy building at 162 N.
State st, discovered by jantior. Fire
Joseph Adduci found guilty of
keeping Bessie Huntus in disorderyl
Utilities Commission to hold car
rate quiz. Will investigate Brookfield
rate April 15.
Four gypsy girls arrested on com
plaint of maid in home of J. C. Buck
bee, 5406 E. View Park. Girls alleged
to have taken clothes.
James Buckley, 1927 Park av., sui
George Jaeger, 3800 Rhodes av.,
held for grand jury. Alleged to have
robbed George W. Pennington, 3957
Joseph Anderson, driver; severely
injured when wagon collided with
street car. .
Miss Frances-Olsen scumbled in
tango ''contest at Hamilton. Theater,
fell into orchestra pit, broke drum.
Drummer demanded damages from
Miss Olsen's partner. Fight. Arrest
ed for disorderly conduct.
Switch engine struck watchman's
shanty at W.' 21st pL Hurled it on
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