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Ashland and Madison, who was sure
the law was only supported by the
"idle rich"; J. E. Anderson, 5902 S,
Halsted, who said housemaids have
harder jobs than BtQre girls, because
they have to get up before breakfast,
creating the inference that store girls
eat theirs in bed; Wm. C. Thison, of
R H. Kloop & Co., 624 North av., who
had a nice speech written out, but
-vas so nervous he didn't know what
to do with his hands or feet, and
0. A. Werner, a small laundry man.
Robert Schutze, Gage Bros. & Co.,
wholesale milliners, told of trips to
the coast and art education the work
ers in their factories are able to ob
tain because of the high wages they
BOY PRINCE FIGHTS FOR HIS
Prince Leopold, 14year-old son of
King Albert of Belgium, has should
dered his gun and gone to the wars.
He marched in the ranks when his
royal parents reviewed his regiment
Togio. American liner Minnesota
ashore in Inland sea, Japan; all of
1,500 passengers safe.
Faribault, Minn. Alfred Hoffman
shot and killed Miss Mamie Erb as
she and sister were on way to work;
then shot himself; will 'die.
San Francisco. Bandit held up car
on South San Francisco line, robbed
conductor and fatally shot motorman.
Washington. Owing to increased
seriousness of civil troubles in Santo
Domingo, American Minister Sullivan ,
has asked for another warship.
Newark, N. J. Two killed, three
wounded in riot between striking
fur finishers and strikebreakers; lat
ter precipitated trouble by entering
union mea's meeting and refusing to
New York. Bomb exploded under
store of Vito Mirenda, 314 E. 112th
st. Mirenda instrumental in sending
black hander to jail last year.
New York. Eben Plympton, 60,
well-known actor, dead of pneu
monia. Kansas City. Mo. -Explosion be
lieved caused by bomb wrecked cool
ing building of Cudahy Packing Co.'s
plant. Loss $750,000.
Atlanta, Ga. Preferring to die in
prison rather than obtain- pardon
without vindication Boss Taylor,
confined on murder charge, declined
Gov. Slaton's offer of pardon.
Newark, N. J. 2 killed and 3 in
jured in battle between strike break
ers andstrikers from fur dyeing
plant of Hollander & Sons.
, Maw York. Nora Bayes, actress,
divorced from third husband known
on stage as Henry'Clark.
, giv-.ocom-wKit, eiaometaoinsnnn
L6ndon-r-Dr. Ryan", American Red
Cross physician, has contracted ty
phoid fever. In critical condition at
Liverp'ool. American liner New
York; arrived today after voyage,
from N. Y.- without event