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Alleged to have padded payroll. Jos
eph J. Butler, ward superintendent,
William Coombs, 4308 Langley av.,
Socialist speaker, arrested at Chicago
av. and Clark st. Alleged to have in
Edward Fitzgeraidshot in right
thigh by Serg't Frank Crawley. Fitz
gerald held for robbing William Brink,
732 W. Washington av.
Home of Henry E. Hollis, Winnet
ka, damaged by fire. Loss $8,000.
Heavy prison sentence urged by
Major Funkhouser for men engaged
in traffic in women. Suggests farm
for levee slaves.
Six relatives get $100,000 estate of
Mrs. Lucy R. Milner.
Physician at homeopathic meet
says children born in 1950 will live
100 years. Predicts passing of weak
lings and federal control of public
Sixtieth anniversary celebrated by
Hugh and Catherine Burns. 33 grand
Home of Mrs. I. Oberfelder looted.
$400 jewelry gone.
Mrs. Ernest F. Wetchsel, 3000
Michigan av., attacked Miss Louise
Walden with whip. Claims girl was
too familiar with husband. Hubby
sent to Bridewell for non-support.
ARGUMENT LEADS TO ARREST
There are times when one should
not argue with the clerk over one's
hotel bill, Harry Benson, assistant
treasurer at the Princess Theater, has
Benson was at the Great Northern
Hotel with a girl who was later
known as Marie Guy, 19 years old.
When he wished to give up his room
they came down and he asked his his
bill. A slight item annoyed Benson.
He told the clerk about it and they
got into an argument.
House Detective Wm. Fitzgerald
heard the dispute. He edged over
and began studying the girl. Then he
caused their arrests on more serious
charges than arguing with a hotel
HOUSES DICKER OVER PAYING"
OF ALL MILITIAMEN'
Denver, Col., May -15. Unless the
plans of the controlling Democratic
leaders go awry, the special session
of the Colorado legislature called to,
consider the coal strike situation, will
adjourn sine die at 6 p. m., tomor- i
row. An adjournment resolution has
already passed the Senate. The two
houses are at loggerheads over the,
principal legislation the bill appro
priating $1,000,000 to pay military,
debts incurred during the strike. The
House bill prevented paying any mine,
guards who might have enlisted in
the militia; the Senate insists on
paying all militiamen.
Examination of witnesses at the
general court-martial of officials and.
enlisted men who participated in the'
battle of Ludlow continued today at
the state rifle range near Golden.
Meanwhile the United States troops
in the Trinidad district are enforcing
to the letter the secretary of war's'
order forbidding strikebreakers to"
work in the Colorado mines unless
they were employed and actually at
work before the recent violence.
John E. Lawson, district board,
member of the United Mine Workers,
said today he did not fear the true,
bills returned by the Boulder county,
grand jury indicting him and other,
leaders of the United Mine Workers,
on the charge of murder. Besides
Lawson, Edward Doyle, district secre
tary treasurer of the United Miners,
and William Hickey, secretary of the
State Federation of Labor, were in
dicted for murder. The indictments
resulted from an investigation of the.
recent fighting near Louisville.
To improve the flavor of currants'
and sultanas which are to be used
for cakes, place them in a bowl, pour
boiling water over them- and leave
to soak all night. The fruit swells tor
twice its former size, but should be'
drained from the water and dried In'
the oven before being added to the
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