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BITS OF NEWS
r Anniversary of Chicago fire, Oct 9,
proclaimed Prevention Day. General
cleaning up asked.
William Weisenberg jumped from
3d story fire escape in attempted sui
cide. Broke both legs. Wept when
told he would live.
Violet Scott, 20, 420 E. 34th st,
suicide. Poison. Saw sweetheart
walking with rival.
American Theater, Ashland av.
and W. Madison st, robbed by safe
Hinton C. Clabaugh, Cincinnati,
will succeed James L. Bruff as head
of the Chicago bureau of investiga
tion for dept of justice. Bruff will be
connected with the N. Y. branch.
Vincent Uzicka, 5040 Lowe av.,
hung himself in basement of home.
No reason known.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Juarez, Sept. 28. Despite the ar
rangements for a peace meeting be
tween Gen. Francisco Villa and com
missions of generals from his army
and that of President Carranza, Villa
today continued his military opera
tions. Nearly all of his mobile force of
30,000 men are now marching against
the troops of Carranza. They ha.ve
already occupied Zacatecas, in the
central military zone, fronting the
Carranza mobilization point at Aguas
1 The meeting between commissions
t generals from the armies of Villa
and Carranza win be held at Aguas
JOSEPH D'ANDREA DIES
Joseph D'Andrea, business agent
pt the Sewer & Tunnel Miners' Un
ion, died today from the result of a
.bullet wound fired by an Italian, who
made his escape, on Sept. 16.
DAndrea was shQt as-he was leav
ing Hodcarrie8, Hall after a union
meeting. He said his assailant's
lice any further information. The po
lice believe "Joe" was an old enefny
Washington. Senate decided first
action of federal trade board shall
be investigation of Standard Oil Co.
Champaign, III. Mrs. Josephine
Stone and four children burned to
death. Fire destroyed home at To
lono. Stone escaped. Leaped from
Minneapolis. Soo Line manage
ment signed agreement with Order of
Railroad Telegraphers, whereby men
are given 5 per cent raise in wages,
amounting to $24,000 a year.
ALL MUST REGISTER AGAIN TO
KEEP THEIR VOTE
Once more ypu must register to
vote. This is the biennial registra
tion required by the election law. The
polls will be open on Oct 3 and 13,
from 8 a. m. until 9 p. m.
Next Saturday is the final day that
petitions can be filed for state and
SWISS DENY SECRET TREATY
London. The Swiss minister has,
on instructions from his government,
informed the British government that
there is absolutely no truth in the
statement that has appeared in cer
tain foreign newspapers that a secret
treaty exists between Germany, Austria-Hungary
and Switzerland with a
point against Italy.
OLD FRIENDS BACK
"Juggernaut" Columbia State.
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