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treating two small girls in alley. Mob
Toney Desmonio, wanted for
shooting of Wm. Martino in Cleve
land, 0., arrested yesterday after bat
tle with police.
Jas. Schelz, 2428 Janssen av., ar
rested for intoxication. Sentenced to
Owner asks injunction against use
of property at 542. N. Clark st. by
John J. Farrell for immoral purposes.
Max Sachs left revolver in clothes
at bathing beach. Attendant told po
lice. Max fined $25.
Adam Stark, 4836 W. 22d St., hit
by steam hammer. Head crushed.
International Ass'n of Machinists
to hold annual picnic Sunday, August
2, at Kolze's Electric Park, N. 64th
av. and Irving Park blvd.
Local No. 1, Bridge and Structural
rQjon Workers' Union, to elect busi
ness agent at meeting Thursday eve.,
July 23, at" Hod Carriers' Hall.
HUERTA NOW IN JAMAICA
Puerto Mexico, July 22. Mexico
has probably seen the last of Genr
Victoriano Huerta. With Gen. Blan
quet, his minister of war, and their
families, he is today en route to King
ston, Jamaica, aboard the German
cruiser Dresden. It is understood his
departure was hastened by threats of
attacks by the constitutionalists.
Only Senora Huerta and the chil
dren appeared to be affected by the
parting. Huerta talked with the
newspaper men and paid his respects
to Pres. Wilson, Gen.- Carranza and
Gen. Villa by saying they were his
, ANXIOUS TO AVOID STRIKE
Following the demands made by
the enginemen on western railroads
for increased pay, officials of the
workers and managers of the road
met yesterday at the Congress Hotel
for the initial conference before the
members of the United States, board
of mediation and conciliation.
to avoid a strike although it is ru
mored that the enginemen will not
agree to. the proposal to call off nego
tiations at present and resume them
in a year.
HER LITTLE JOKE MAY COST HER
a , t WtBBvwof
AcTtor. Jr. y?z?Z
London, .England. Just because
Mrs. Waldorf Astor, Jr., made a jocu
lar remark concerning the tightened
strings of her father-in-law's money
bags, the elder Astor, who is an ex
patriated American seeking a duke
dom, threatens to disinherit her hus
band. Mrs. Astor was one of the four
beautiful Langhorns, made famous
by the Charle3 Dana Gibson draw-
Both sides are said to be anxious i ings