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New Orleans. Dr. Harvey Dillon,
ex pres. state board of health, sen
tenced to one minute in jail for shoot
ing Deputy Sheriff. P 'A. farce. -
LABOR TO FIGHT DECISION OF
All union workers in the city are
being called upon in an effort to ap
peal the decision of Judge Baldwin,
who granted an injunction against
picketing in front of lunchrooms.
President Fitzpatrick of the Chi
cago Federation of Labor sees a great
peril to organized labor in the de
cision granting an injunction against
Behind the plan to stop the union
waitresses from parading before the
loop lunchrooms is the plotting of the
National Ass'n of Manufacturers, in
the opinion of the labor leaders.
They are anxious to get a number
of decisions against picketing that
they can use in other strikes to fight
organized labor all over.
An assessment will be levied from
all union workers in the city to hire
competent attorneys to fight in an
appeal before higher courts.
BLAMES TANGO FOR WAR
New York, Nov. 16. The tango
has suffered many attacks. It has
been blamed for much. It received
the bitterest blow of all, however,
when the German press bureau in
New York issued a translation of a
"remarkable article" from the pen of
the Norwegian writer, Theodore Cas
pari, Who-, "after profound meditat
ing," has solemnly declared that the
tango was to blame for the European
war. It was "the frenzy of the tan
go," according to Caspari, that pro
duced the psychological situation
from which developed the frenzy of
FRANK APPEAL GOES ON UP
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 6. Following
refusal by the Georgia Supreme
Court todav to set aside conviction
Of Leo M. Frank, sentenced to death'
for alleged murder of Mary Phagan,
14-year-old factory girl, Frank's at
torneys announced an appeal would
he taken to the United States Su