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ON&DAY-REST-IN-SEVEN IS TO!
BE SOUGHT FOR
Q&e day or rest for every man,
woman and child worker in Illinois is
the demand of the Women' League
of Federated Churches in a bill to be
pr$pented to the legislature soon.
JL suggestion to the unemployed
wwfjriade hy FTed Ebling, head of
,ffive your name and address to
tnCbartenders in. the loop saloons,"
heeclared. "The bartenders see a
grijjpt number of men who want help
and should be able to aid in getting
' GIRL SHOT WHILE IN BED
'T went to bed as usual last night,
but when I camev to this morning I
had beetf hot in the head," Clara
Smith, 26 of 1355 W. Madison st,
told Ambulance Surgeon Holloway
of the Desplaines st. station today.
The police have a mystery in the
shooting of the youngswoman, found
in bed with a revolver wound in her
rigat temple. Roman Rolewjzcz, 29;
Igadore Lyon, 50, and Albert Oldier,
24, are held by the aolice. Her con
dition, is serious.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, Feb. 13, Carxapza's
summary removal of the Spanish
minister at Mexico City and his con
stant manifest efforts to embroil or
embarrass this government caused
officials serious anxiety. "
A message, forwarded over night,
informed Carranza sharply that any
further trouble-on that score might
bring him serious difficulties with the
4 ' o o
Resolutions asking for return of
Cfcpt Alcock of Hyde Park police
station forwarded to mayor by Wood
lawn, Business Men's ass'n. Trans
ferred to Brighton Park.
-Carleton Hudson, In New York an
swering forgery indictment 20 years
wwjiyiu, HV nyminv vuiitu k
"Th" income tax hasn't hit Beeleys
port very hard. But what an outgo
tax would do ter this town is some
BITS OF NEWS
Two horses burned in mysterious
fire in barn of Gregurich Baking Co.,
1925 S.Racine ay.
Man refusing to-give riame locked
up at Desplaines st. station as pick
pocket Caught afifcr ojiaee by Rep
resentative Jos. Traad8iLl832 Julian.
AUto hearing license 18622 crashed
Into curh at Ogden and Western avs.
Man and woman- fled, 'abandoning
Att'y Lewis Dickinson, 112 N. La
Salle, dropped dead ia restaurant at
228 N. Cftark at noon.
March 1 last day for Income tax
payments- Expect rush4 at East mo
ment. One-third have pMSd.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, corn
and oats down. Provisions sharply
lower. Wheat closed at LS4J4.
NEW YORK STOCKS. A- Market
dull; close weak.
Rain and warmer tohigrOkSunday
rain, probably turning tq M& na
slightly colder; strong seutrniileriy
winds, shifting to northwest Sdnday.
Temperature Friday: Highest 39;
Entered as second-class 'matter April
21,1914,atthe postoffice at Chicago,