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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 32',
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MAYOR BACKS MRS. YOUNG IN
SCHOOL MEMBERS DEAL v
Mayor Harrison yesterday upheld
Mrs. Young by naming six school
trustees.. Three of the members ap
pointed succeed themselves, two are
t the members appointed to take the
place of the ousted trustees, but or
dered removed by the court and one
is a woment Mrs. William -E. Galla
gher, 4157 Berkeley avenue.
The appointments are as .follows:
Harry A. Ldpsky,to succeed him
self. Jacob W. Loeb, to succeed himself.
Mrs. John -MacMahpn, to succeed
herself. ' fa
Joseph-A. Holpuch, tojsucceed Ja.
John WrEckharVto -succeed Henry
W. Huttmann. & -,
Mrs. William E. Gallagher, to suc
ceed John C. Harding.
The terms of the retiring members
expire July 17.
TAKEN FOR FORGERY CLAIMS
HUBBY GAVE NO SUPPORT
Mrs. Prances Patten, 2318 West
Madison street, deserted by husband,
went to work S cashier in a grocery
store for $9 a" week. Sherpaid $8 a
week for board and rent for herself
and child, and after paying carfare
had only 40 cents a week left for
clothing and recreation. 1
Tired of the struggle she forged
three checks and passed them at sev
eral butcher shops. Yesterday she
andj her -two-year-old son were ar
rested. She claims her husband,
James Patton, an Oak Park fireman,
refused to support her.
RAILROAD MEN FAVOR STRIKE
UNLESS DEMANDS SUCCEED
The strike vote of the engineers
and firemen of the western railroads
has been completed. Ninety per cent
of the vote cast favors a strike unless
the demands are granted.
The companies claim that conces
sion to the men would increase wages
33,000,000-a gear. There' is said to
' be little 'danger of a Birike And cSn
nrnmiso -nril! -rrrntinMtr riff rfeachfW
55,000 men are 'involved in the prei
cut wage couawerey.
' Brooklyn at NevKEotk. "
Chicago at Deinyt " "'
S. Louis atCleveTand (2).
Boston at Philadelphia.
New York at 'Washington;
No games scheduled '
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