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Frank Schumann, held up by 4 men
at Calumet av. and 40th.
Dis't Att'y Chas. Clyne in Wash
ington is planning move on trusts.
James Adams, Evanston negro,
swallowed dime March 25. Died yes
1 Joseph Barker, city fireman,
injured when car hit truck. Filed $25,
000 suit against car companies.
Two damage suits totaling $25,000
filed against gas company by admin
istrator of estate of Peterson family,
killed by leaking pipes.
Tag day today for Esther Falken
Milton Schwarz, 1041 W. Jackson
blvd., robbed of $60 by 2 armed men
Watch out for la grippe, is advice
of Dr. E. E. Vaughn of Chicago Ho
Max Heidelmeier, lieutenant of
Hudson av. station, is back on job.
Recently suffered paralytic stroke.
William Clark died in Alexian
Brothers' hospital from blood poison
ing. Trimmed corn.
Inter Ocean newspaper bldg. to be
changed into branch of Moody
Six weeks after obtaining divorce
Mrs. Abner Best married Adolph Ru
bini, named in cross bill. Husband
now wants decree set aside.
i Robert Newell, Oak Park, attack
ed by robbers. After shooting at him
they escaped in auto.
WANTED A WIFE!
New York. Backed by credentials
from Princess Frederica of Bruns
wick and Bishop of Ontario, .clergy
man of Barrie, Canada, has written
Mayor Mitchell asking aid in finding
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: "SAFETY FIRST" ON FARM
Akron, Ohio. "Safety first," on
the farm is the object of a law Alex
Sicherman plans. "All bulls moving
m an open field must be equipped
with a bell and an electric headlight"
SETTLEMENT IN LABOR AFFAIR
LOOKS FAR OFF
The breach between the five "con
struction" unions and the bosses
widened yesterday when the execu
tive board of the Building Construc
tion Employers ass'n turned down the
objections of the union men.
Individual agreements with the
employers and the use of union-made
material were asked by the working
men. They have been denied these
during three years of "arbitration" of
In the labor camps yesterday little
hope was held out that the employers
would at this time consent to any
thing but the "blanket agreement"
which the Building Trades Council
heads have been trying to plaster on
the construction men.
The sheet metal workers, ma
chinists, lathers, electricians and
painters are affected by the decision.
Their committees will meet today to
consider the refusal of the bosses.
"Several contractors 'came over'
Thursday and Friday," declared Bus
iness Agent Lindeloff of the painters.
"About 150 men went back to their
jobs when five contractors came to
The painters' wage committee will
meet with members of Decorators
and Painters' club, employers' organ
The arbitration between the plas
terers and lathers with their bosses
was continued today. Municipal
Judges Gemmill, Newcomer and Sul
livan are acting as mediators. At 11
this morning the lathers appeared
before the committee of judges.
Peace may be brought about.
Amarillo, Tex. Angered because
case in court had gone, against him
A. E. Humes, Sulphur, Okla., shot
District Judge F. P. Greever, then
suicided. Greever will recover.
Washington, D. C. Three-fourths
of Louisiana strawberry crop destroy
ed by frost March 21. Heavy ship
ments delayed fortnight
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