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morrow the study of city civics. Dick,
here, has often said I ought to do
something of the kind and we'll see
if we can't interest some other men."
"Ill tell you what to do, Harry,"
suggested Dick. "Call a meeting of
your ward here at your house and
let each man explain how he thinks
he could better the city government
and administer it more efficiently."
"Suppose we begin first on the
school question?" said Mr. Hatton.
"They are going to appoint four new
members of the board of education
within the next two months."
"I wish we could do something to
help," said Eliene, who had been
much 'interested in the conversation.
"I think we can," I said, "we can
interest the women in the clubs and
hold neighborhood meetings."
"That will be splendid," said
Eliene, looking interested and using
her favorite word.
(To Be Continued Monday.)
STREET CAR MEN REPLY TO
JOHN M. GLENN'S CHARGE '
John M. Glenn, secretary Illinois
Manufacturers' ass'n, says street car
service in Chicago is rotten because
the street car men's union has de
cided to wreck the companies and
make the people who nde the cars
hate the companies. In an editorial
in-the Manufacturers' News Glenn
charges sabotage, a deliberate
scheme on the part of the car men
to run the roads to destroy the prof
its of the company.
Street car men point to Glenn as a
"little brother of the rich," a hanger
on of Marshall Field & Co. and the
State street department stores, be
sides Sears, Roebuck & Co. and other
firms that need Glenn and the Illi
nois Manufacturers' ass'n for lobby
ing at Springfield and Washington.
The Union Leader will print an edi
torial tomorrow saying Glenn doesn't
know what he s talking about on
street Tailway operation and "had
better go back to lobbying for the interests."
"Glenn's editorial is the wildest,
flannel-mouth utterance that has
come from any supposedly respon
sible citizen in Chicago in many
days," said L. D. Bland, editor of the1
Union Leader. "There is only oneT
explanation of it That is, Glenn ;
doesn't like the way the labor lobbj-'
at Springfield has shown him up on
child labor laws, the ten-hour law
for women and other legislatlon'big
business doesn't like." "
Glenn's connection with the Na-A
tional Manufacturers' ass'n and its
exposure in the use of money in con-
gress and its condemnation by Pres-1
Ident Wilson as "insidious" will Be1
cited in the Union Leader editorial
tomorrow, Saturday. ' '
NEW THEORY IN MURDER CASE '
Chief Michels has taken a new tack '
in the Aurora murder mystery. He
now is working on the theory thab1
Emma Peterson, the slain girl, was1'
an agent of "Prof." Vail, whose clair
voyant "parlor" was found heavily
supplied with cocaine and that she1
was murdered by a dope fiend whb
expected to find some of the drug
upon her. -f '
Clarence Burke, whom Chief Mi-7
chels callsMiis "best suspect," is a
dope fiend. He, his mother and "his'1
sweetheart disagree as to where htf7
was on the night of the murdei1.
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