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av., shot by. unidentified gunmen.
Jenson may die.
Woman's mind held to be in forma
tive state by M. M. Mangasarian.
Claims chaotic thinking of radical
woman would throw race back to
Henry Zinkel, 16, 1218 S. 51st St.,
struck by auto. Severely injured.
John H. Garrett, circus and real
estate promoter, arrested at Pineville,
!., Saturday, facing federal charges
for fraud forgery and confidence
Roy Warnock, 7038 S. Chicago av.,
severely injured by street car.
Dr. Frederick E. Hopkins blames
Charles A. Mellen, former president
of N. Y., H. H. & H., for railroad
wrecks and poverty. Considers craze
for profit cause of misery and deaths.
Twelve men up for trial in Barr &
Widen Mercantile Agency postal
frauds. Government claims victims
Mrs. Harry McChord, 2043 Orchard
sL, wants divorce. Tired of keeping
tabs on hubby, who has disappeared
every few months for seven years.
Ten thousand Norwegian school
children celebrated the anniversary
of Norway's "Fourth of July."
Joseph Scott, negro, attacked by
three armed men. Two arrested after;
Mrs. Frank Dombrowski and
daughter, Regina, 12, 8215 Houston
av., died same day at Lake Shore
Schooner-yacht Argo with ten on
board signaled for help. Towed into
harbor by lifesavers.
Joseph Zieman, 77, 1444 Claremont
av., dropped dead on porch.
James Galbraith, 3311 Fullerton
av., found dead in bathtub. Heart
Kuno Mathaei, 1904 W. 21st 'st,
held in connection with murder of
Mrs. Helen Sloan, denies, committing
Jack Robbins, "big brother,"
worked as Western Union messenger
for eight hours. Wanted to learn
whether boys earned money. Pound
job so tough that he resigned by tele
graph. John Parsnow, 1429 125th st., fell
from street car. Skull fractured.
Thirty-one arrested in five raids by
morals squad on North and South
Auto belonging to John D. Shoop,
assistant superintendent of schools,
Body of four-day-old baby girl
found in Priedel's picnic grove.
CLAIM AMMONS IS GOING TO
PUT MILITIA BACK
Denver, Col., May 18. All Colo
rado today loked towards Washing
ton where it was expected President
Wilson would announce some further
move in regard to the maintaining of
United States trops in the coal strike
district of this state.
Persons close to Governor B. M.
Ammons declare he is preparing to
put the state militia back into the
strike zone and to request the presi
dent to withdraw the regulars. Such
a move will be bitterly fought by the
United Mine Workers. The policy
committee of the union today sent a
telegram to the officers of 29 dis
tricts of the organization through
out the country, urging them to peti
tion the president not to withdraw
Personal petition that he keep the
federal soldiers in the field will be
made this week by Mrs. M. H. Thom
as, Mrs. Pearl Jolly and Mrs. Thomas
Petrucci, all of whom lived for
months in the Ludlow tent colony
and survived the fire. Judge Ben
Lindsay of the Juvenile Court also
started to Washington last night. He
will make similar representations.
If you want the best piecrust it (
should be made the day before if you
wish to use it and put into a cold
pantry. Then the crust will be flaky
and crisp. If you wish to retain the
crispness after baking, let the pies
cool thoroughly before putting away,
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