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ttons, they will keep on hoping and
aspiring just the same, and will try
to get it somewhere else.
Labor unionism is teaching broth
erhood seven days in the week, and
its aim is social justice. It has made
many mistakes, it wjll make -many
more mistakes. But it is learning by
its mistakes. Labor is trying, through
organization, to get for itself the jus
tice it hasn't got through politics the
church. In its ranks are found men
and women -of alKcreeds, and they
are melting together in brotherhood
And when these workers, these
brothers and sisters, are working to
gether as unionists, despite their dif
ferences of creed belief, for what ap
pears to them to be the right to live
decent, happy lives on this earth, and
their church is not with, them in the
fight why then they will get farther
and farther away from their church,
but not necessarily from their reli
St. Louis. Audibly enjoying his
soup at free lunch counter, Walter E.
Murphy shot and, dangerously
wounded Henry Rosemeyer, bartend
er, and Fred Pfeiffer, a patron, who
objected to the noise. Arrested.
Streator, III. Mrs. Chas. Sauer, 68,
and her daughter-in-law, 45, killed
when Santa Fe train struck auto.
London. "Shoot the king" alleged
to have been shouted by suffragets at
weekly meeting of Women's Social
and Political Union.
Battle Creek, Mich. One-half of
Chas W. Post estate estimated at
$22,252,800 bequeated to wife and
London. Wireless reported colli
sion of Canadian Northern Steamship
Co. steamship Royal Edward with
iceberg. Bow twisted.
Davenport, la. Despondent over
death of her husband two years ago,
Mrs. Magdalene Pruter, 65, built bon
fire in coal bin, saturated clothing
with kerosene and lay down in blaz
ing pile of coals. Charred body found.
Washington. Chief Justice White
announced Supreme Court of U. S.
will adjourn June 15 until October.
Springfield, III. Lydia Burley, Chi
cago, allowed Ernest Van Meer, her
fiance, to wear her $350 diamond
ring. Van Meer married and has five
children. Arrested charged with lar
ceny as bailee.
Cleveland. Fire in lumber yards
caused loss of 21,000,000.
Vincennes, Ind. While lighting his
pipe, Michael O'Hara, 35, fell out of
his boat. Drowned.
baby of Mrs. Kate Murphy thrown 15
feat when interurban train hit their
London. Miss Frieda Graham,
suffraget who smashed Bellini paint
ings in National Gallery, sentenced to
six months in prison.
THREE KILLED IN ELEVATOR
"Danger first" was the motto at
the new Cook county hospital yester
day when two painters were killed in
a scaffold break in an elevator shaft.
At the Continental and Commercial
Bank Building, "danger first" was al
so the motto. C. A. Russell, a painter,
toppled down twenty-one stories.
"We shall try to find out about the
high human cost of painting," said
Oscar F. Nelson, chief state factory
inspector, today. He ordered two in
spectors to get at the facts.
The two men killed at the new
county hospital were Benjamin Man
golis and Harry Jacobs. Why the
scaffold broke is not known. Man
golis was dead when picked up. Ja
cobs lived a few minutes. He tried '
to speak a last message to be carried
to his wife and daughter. He had
been employed by the county twenty
C. A. Russell, who was killed at
the loop bank building, lived at 724 E.
Forty-second street He was 38 yeara