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O'Brien. Wanted to Be sure of no
election frauds, he says.
v Anthony Onesta, 224 W. 25th,
struck with slugs from sawed-off
shotgun. Serious. - Refused to talk
Irving Levin, prop, tailor shop, 3219
N. Clark, held to grand jury on
charge of arson. Firemen testified
to suspicious origin of fire.
. Capt. Collins, Chicago av., asked by
Chief Gfleason to investigate report
of alleged disturbance caused by two
detectives in Chinese restaurant.
West and Northwest park boards to
discuss improving boulevards,
Mrs. Bessie Ashmont, 1737 S. Union
av., overcome by gas. Kettle boiled
over. Put out flame. Serious.
Morgan st station of Oak Park "L"
J. A. TVIadisopr 1346 "W. Madison,
robbed by 4 boys; $4.
Building near Hamilton school
burned. Scholars sent home.
Burglars failed to pry safe in office
of C. E. Latimer of Northwestern "XL."
Joseph Klein, 1426 Holt av., arrest
ed for shooting Frank Weiner, father-in-law.
Quarreled with wife.' She
fled to parents.
Aid. Fisher before Hamilton Park
neighborhood council scored, judges
for failure to convict.
Hutchins Hapgood, N. Y., told
women of Chicago .Equal Suffrage
ass'n that men of today were poor
sweethearts. Slaves of business.
Harry Soudejc arrested. - Had pot
of black paint. Told police he was
employed by mysterious man to de
face cigarette signs.
Neighbors caused arrest of William
Mohundro, 442. Rush, after his wife
died of fractured skull in hospital
Well-dessed women left North
Shore Congregational church when
Rev, Paul Rader blamed fashion for
wreck of many homes.
Daniel Cruice assaulted by-Ass't
State's Att'y Witty. Latter forced to
apologize ty Judge Dever.
Clubwomen to protest county
oard economy plans. Say all cuts
are made' front funds beneficial! to
sick, poor and injured. 1
Principal Fred Lane, Jenner school,
1009 Milton av., has instituted "(Sta
bler day." Boys' class repairs pupils'
Police probing case of Charles n
reD, 1416 S. Karlov av. Found ded
with 4-year-old daughter in gis
filled room. nfw
Chicago Railways Co. fined $750.
"Violated ordinance requiring temper
ature of 50 degrees in cars. 20 caee
passed on. -A
S. Nahigian, orietal rug dealer, (dc
tured to art institute students .-on
rugs. Says Persian maidens wsite
love leters in rugs, whiqh are showjt
Great sales of machinery and ma
terials at cement show, which closes
tonights , .,
Tomorrow is Old Newsboys' day.
Proceeds to charity. '
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SETH LOW STILL HAS HOPES
, OF HELPING IN LABOR MESS
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 17. SethJtow
still has hopes of co-operating with
Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. in solution
of its labor troubles,. Low, whcis
chairman of th efederal mediation
commission, promised the commis
sion will persist in its efforts f of snch
Washington, Feb. 17. Sec'-of
Labor Wilson said Colorado concilia
tion commission would remain m ex
istence, despite mine owners' oppo
sition, that it might be ready to- ten
der its services at any time, shquld
new differences arise between gpa-i
ployers an demployes. Vigorowlyne
nied that commission was partfatito
o o TIS
Kansas is now compaiining $feai;
eastern philanthropists are na k?ge
willing to aid the institutions of jjut
state. When the philanthropists jixe
interviewed they shrug their should
ers and say that if Kansas is as rich,
as it boasts it can very well take care
1 of its own In.-Jtutjona .