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thirds the submission of a proposed
constitutional amendment permitting
the state to take over the minpS'with
in its borders.
Another' telegram from Ammons
asked the president to designate a
committee of ,officers,from Port Log
an to investigate the recent Ludlow
Special correspondent who has
written the truth about the awful
conditions- in Colorado.
STILL AFTER HOW" RULE
London, April 28. UK. situation
again occupied attention of parlia
ment when Premier Asquith made
statement in House of Commons de
claring that the government was still
determined to pass the Home Rule
It is rumored that wararnts for the
arrest of Sir Edward Carson and Cap
tain James Craig, UJsterleader, have
been issued by the government
13 HURT IN ELEVATOR FALL
Thirteen persons were seriously
injured and narrowly escaped death J
Tvnen an overcrowaea eievaior crasn
from the fourth floor to the bottom
of the shaft &.t the Pine Arts Build
ing, 410 S. "Michigan avenue.
. The passengers, many of "whom
were women, wer& panic-stricken
I when- the -car stopped -with a crasb.
une accident was caused oy a de
fective cable. The elevator was re
cently examined by the city building
$2,000,000 Bahai Temple planned
for Wilmette in world movement for
universal peace and brotherhood and
the Unification of religions.
Mrs. Martha Dressel, 20, 2110 Lar
rabee st, arrested. Alleged to have
robbed several North Side stores. N
Levi W. Hartman ordered sand- -wich
at Calumet Hotel. Complained, -Got
catsup bottle over head. Mar-ir
garet Shea, waitress, arrested. Case
continued. ., x
Vice war on the Chicago av" dis '
trict 35 women arrested tor solicit-
ing in one hour.
Douglas Park train derailed at
Lawndale station. Police investigate'
Butter and egg trust beaten by
government Agreement abolishes
price-making power of. Elgin Board ot
Municipal Markets Commission
recommend street car freight service)
city retail markets and better accom
modations for farmers as means id
lower cost of living. ' , '
' Aldermen to review suffrage par
ade. Clerks in State street stores' .
will march. ? 4
John P. Crabocitz arrested for
passing worthless checks. Swallow
ed bichloride of mercury. Rushed to
Mme. Schumann-neink s divorce
suit delayed by technicality. Original
bill of op'era singer amended front
desertion to statutory charge. '
- No action, will betaken for disposal
of Potter Palmer fair fund 'until falL.
Committee wants time for Mrs.'
Palmer- to decide. -
Bakery Drivers' Union may strike.
Three attempts have been made-'to'
settle differences with employers
Sp$cialv'Jaeeting will be held tonight.
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