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JUDGE ADVISES ACTION AGAINST
New York, April 7. After hearing
the evidence of the police who arrest
ed "Wild Joe" O'Carroll, I. W. W.
leader, and eight other" raeji in Union
Square Saturday, and then hearing
O'Carroll's story, Magistrate Freschi
released O'Carroll and suggested that
his attorney take action against the
officers who assaulted him,
"Men have a right to assemble law
fully," said Magistrate Freschi. "So
far as the evidence goes O'Carroll
was behaving lawfully."
O'Carroll and the witnesses .who
testified in his behalf said that when
he arrived at Union Square and saw
the Central Federated Union meeting
in progress he started to leave. Pa
trolman Dawson and McGannon then
appeared and arrested O'Carroll,
clubbing him brutally. Mrs. Reba
Edelson said she placed her arms
about his head in an effort to protect
him from the blows of the police.
THREE ARE KILLED IN MAD RIDE
OF NEW YORK ELEVATOR
New York, April 7. Hysterical
when the operator lost control of an
elevator, causing it to plunge up and
down the shaft, two women and a
man jumped to death and several are
injured today. The elevator was
crowded when the car suddenly drop
ped six stories, then automatically
reversed itself and shot up to the
twelfth, where it stuck. As it passed
the floors the three jumped out, en
deavoring to land on the floor, but
each dropped to the bottom of the
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POLICE HUNT GIRL ELOPER
The police this afternoon wired the
police department at Boise City, Ida.,
to arrest Kerston Peterson, a 17-year-old
girl, 57 E. Monroe street, and
Roy S. White, two alleged elopers.
The telegram was sent on request of
the girl's parents, who say they learn
ed she intends to marry White upon
their arrival In Boise City.
By Jim Manee.
Eat, drink and be merry, is
A saying, we've all heard.
Another one that's common is
"A bottle and a bird."
But oftentimes we folks forget,
Our happiness is roused.
Instead' of drink and merry be,
It's drink and all get soused.
P. S. "Madam, come down hero
and pick out your husband."
The Actor How are you fixed for
dressing rooms at your opera house?
Village Manager Well, there's
two pretty fair ones, but they're 00-
The Actor What do you mean, oc
cupied? The Village Manager Why, I'm
raising pigeons in one, and in the
other there's a sick mule.
Cloudy "and colder Tuesday and