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that the lid fs off on account of elec
tion time. For that reason a general
investigation is beign made along
with Hogan's action.
Investigators are visiting certain
districts on the south, north and west
sides where complaints have been
made that young girls.are frequenting
saloons and hotels- Evidence that is
verified will be presented to the pres
ent grand jury.
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THOUSANDS OF PAINTERS LAY
DOWN TOOLS TODAY
Thousands of painters laid down
their tools today. Employers who
are members of the Decorators' and
Painters' club would not accept the
agreement the painters offered, so
the painters struck in self defense
against the damage the universal
agreement the club wanted would do.
The Building Construction Em
ployers' ass'n yesterday flatly reject
ed the offer by five unions of a com
When a man enters a three-cornered
scrap as a peacemaker and comes
out still in possession of the good will
of each antagonist that man qualifies
as a master diplomat,
Samuel Gompers has done justi&is
in Chicago in the past two weeks. He
tossed off his coat and plunged into
the row hetween the two "building
trades factions and the employers.
Gompers did not gain peace, but he
compelled a sane discussion of the
issue and he saw to it that men of all
sides said what they wanted.
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
Pendleton, Ore., April 1. Dark
days are looming up for France.
"Cyrus Noble," unbusted broncho of
the Eastern Oregon plains, has just
been sold to the French government
as a cavalry charger. For three years
visitors to the Pendleton "Roundup"
have watched the world's most skill
ful riders try to conquer Cyrus. Ev
ery one was hurled skyward, recov
ering consciousness with a "never
again vow on his lips.
DUNNING GUARDS ARRESTED Of
Four guards at the Dunning Stat?
hospital are under arrest, charged
with beating up two patients because
one of them disturbed the slumbers
of the guards who should have been
on duty. Michael Petrick and Mich
ael Kozar, patients, are in the hos
pital. Chas, Carney, 0. A, Sidener,
Otto Pierce and Harry Richardson
are under arrest.
Sweitzer literature coming out
Thousands of circulars issued un-
der letterhead of the joint .council of
the teamsters saying they had inves
tigated the charge that Sweitzer
drove a wagon for the Farwell Co.
during the teamsters' strike of 1905
and found the charges were untrue".
Another circular issued by the li
quor Dealers' Protective ass'n urges
all members to aid Sweitzer's candi
dacy in every way possible
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"What are you standing here for?"
"I'm waiting for a car."
"But there won't be any more cars
till morning." m
"Then there's all the more reasoi
1 to be standing here, Isn't there?
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