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' CALL FOR TROOPS IN RIOT
St. Johns, N. B July 24. Fearing
resumption of serious riots which
yesterday marked the strike of street
car employes, the authorities today
asked for troops-from Halifax. To
day they were advised that a detach
ment of 110 men from the permanent
troops of the Halifax garrison were
being sent on a special train.
So far a number of street cars have
been destroyed and strikebreakers
stoned and injured by mobs on the
streets. Soldiers yesterday were
forced to charge a mob which gath
ered in Market Square and dragged
cars from the tracks.
MERELY AS A "CENSOR" .
Manager Gray of the Chicago
Beach Hotel says that his Teason for
building a high board fence around
that part of the lake front near his
hotel was to "censor the costumes"
on the streets of Kenwood and Hyde
Park and not to keep bathers off the
beach. A great storm of protest
since Judge Foell granted an injunc
tion against the city has the hotel
management scared out and they are
willing to make a few concessions,
even though the court has "given
them part of Lake Michigan and its
DENOUNCE MAYOR AND PAPER
Denver, July 24. Western Federa
tion of Miners' convention adopted
resolution denouncing Mayor Duncan
of Butte and the Montana Socialist,
a newspaper, for the circulation of a
statement that Pres. Charles H.
Moyer had asked for the state militia
as a result of his trouble in Butte,
June 23. Moyer denied he had asked
KILLIFER GOES TO REDS
Minneapolis, July 24. Outfielder
Killifer of the Minneapolis American
Association team was today traded
to the Cincinnati "Reds" for four
Infielder Rawungs and Outfielder
Uhler of the Reds are now on their
way to Minneapolis and a catcher and
another-infielder will report here be
fore Killifer leaves the line-up,
NEW TRIAL FOR SIMMONS?
Following the admission of perjury
of Mrs. Esthe Levy, 1142 S. Mozart
street, and her daughter, who, with
the husband of the woman, were prin
cipal witnesses in the murder case
against Charles S. Simmons, it ap
peared that Simmons would get a
Simmons, who was accused of the
murder of Heine Jacobs, was convict
ed on their testimony. Attorney
Charles Erbstein is conducting Sim
mons' fight for his new trial. During
the arguments Bob Cantwell and Erb
stein had a ."run in" and were "fined
for contempt The fines were later
CAN PROSECUTE WOMEN, TOO
Every woman who accompanies a
man from one state to another for
immoral purposes and consents to
the trip is equally liable to be prose
cuted, according to the decision of
Judge Geiger of Milwaukee.
Geiger sustained a demurrer to the
indictment against Mrs. Clara Holte,
who accompanied Chester -C. Lauden
schleger op a trip from Barrington,
HI., to Milwaukee.
FISH RELEASED ON BOND
Joseph Fish, alleged "arson king,"
was released today on a bond of
$100,000. He was indicted by the
grand jury on five counts and $20,
000 was required on each.
Duke, said to be the largest horse
in the world and weighing more than
3,000 pounds, is exhibited by Charles
Miner of Battleboro, Vt.
The frigate bird holds the record
among the aviators. It reaches a
speed of 200 miles an hour.
Pickles may be kept from becoming
mouldy by laying a little bag of mus
tard on the top of the pickle-jar.
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