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Wants to learn to care -for money
Felix Lulieous, 108'W. Madison St..
hung self "in Desplaines street station
cell. Cut down in time. "
r- Dearborn Hotel, N. Dearborn and
W. Chicago av., raided. Gambling. 8
Union League, Hamilton UniveY--sity
and Press (jlubs called mofe
dangerous than saloons by Dr. Boyn
ton. Six arrested on vacant lot Dice
James Percy, Jr., 3336 Flournoy st,
impersonated officer. Demanded
names of witnesses at coming trial.
,A. King, 3338 Adams St., charged
with assault. Threatened to throw
Leroy Thomas, conductor, off Lake
Kathryn Weber, 15, 1406 Central
st, found negro burglar in home. Got
gun. Robber fled.
,, M. Dill, 2039 W. Madison'st, rob
H. F. Marges, 1159 Belmont av.,
Rispen's grocery, 1658 Hastings st,
robbed by two men.
'. B. Morris, 3325 Indiana av., robbed.
Three disorderly houses raided. 23
Bonus for night work in postal ser
vice recommended by Senator Lewis.
t Harry 'Martin Scherpinghim, 2243
Walnut st, drowned, at Pistakee
Mrs. Alphonse Genin, 73, 958 Mon
tana st., missing.
I " Citizen's Ass'n demands III. Train
'ing School for Nurses tie paid.
' 96 extra employes, Board of As.
sessors, dismissed. No funds.
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FOUR SHOT BY GUNMEN
New York, June 15. William.Pel-
legrinie wounded, brother Salvatore
lolled, two children shot in the legs
by gunmen in front of the Roman
Catholic Church of the Immaculate
WOMEN MAY RE-ELECT PRESENT
HEAD OF ORGANIZATION
Now that they have endorsed eqial
suffrage, the biggest task confront
ing the delegates to the convention
of the General Federation of Wo
men's Clubs will be the selection of
It is very probable that Mrs. Percy
V. Pennybacker, president, will be
re-elected. Miss Georgia Bacon may
be the slate nominee for first vice
president, as Mrs. Rudolph. Blanken
burg has decided not to run again.
Mrs. Francis D. Everett is the strong
est candidate to succeed Mrs. George
Bass as Illinois representative on the
board of directors.
The nominating committee meets
COLORADO MINES SITUATION IS
COMING TO SHOWDOWN
Washington, June 15. A military
receivership to compulsory .arbitra
tion faces the Rockefellers and allied
interests In the Colorado coal fields.
Aroused by the belligerent brief of
the mine operators "submitted to the
House mines committee, "members
declared Pres. Wilson will be forced
to one of the above extremes to settle
the civil war now dormant under or
ders from federal troops.
Congress, Colorado state officials
and the United Mine Workers were
bitterly attacked in the brief. Law
less agitation throughout the country
lamented. Congress was charged
with showing extreme favoritism to
"Mother" Jones, a strike leader. The
operators showed no signs of agree
ing to mediation. Everything in the
brief wasa reiteration of the position
of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., before the
House committee that the Rockefel
lers -would lose every cent invested
in Colorado before they would yield
to the uriion demands.
Savannahr Mo. Ludwig and Ther
esa Martin, 14, twins, and .sister An
na,. 12, drowned.