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ARRIVAL OF UNITED STATES REGULARS IN THE WAR DISTRICT OF
Privates of the Fifth U. S. Cavalry, Just After Getting Off Their Train, They
Are "Cutting Up" for the Benefit of a Crowd of Strikers and Their Kiddies.
BITS OF NEWS
Frank Wilson, 718 W. Harrison st,
broke and crippled, found $25 watch.
Gave it to police.
Frances Wronkowski, 15, 3044
Spaulding av., missing. Police search
ing. Mrs. Nellie Higgs held to grand jury
for murder of William W. Wills.
Paul Pauh, 17i Kalamazoo, Mich.,
held as deserter. Claims be wasiiom
pelled to change clothes with man
Nellie Rosenberg, 9, Harvey, IIJ.,
struck by I. C. engine. Dead.
Coroner starting inquiry into kill
ings at railroad crossings.
BRICK STRIKE END IN SIGHT
Aid M J. Healy has high hopes of
bringing, peace in the brickmakers'
strike. Yesterday he arranged a plany
which both sides say is acceptable.
The plan is merely an arbitration
board of three, although, the brick
trust has declared it will not arbitrate.
When Healy suggested his plan
yesterday both Frank Kasten.of flie
union and William-Schlake, president
of the Illinois Brick, Co., fell in line
with the plan.
Washing of towels and suters fn
the London schools requires an an
nual outlay of $19,000.