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Wiyjjyy!g ru wyiji wiiy'Mi rwitiii, pjwyiifti
'WHITE -HOXISE BABY" AS" HE.' LOOKED JUST
AFTER BEING CHRISTENED
He had a president-of the United States for godfather." Latest picture
of Francis WoodrowvSayre, the "White' House Baby," who-vhas just been;
christened, and his mother. "" ,
TOOL AND DIE MAKERS STRIKE
T Fifteen tool and die "makers em
ployed by Burke & James, 240 E. On
tario at, are on strike for increased
pay. The""men get 42 cents an hour.
They want 47 cents The strike
was not called by the union as only
.jart of the men are'' union members.
Offers to mediate iave been refused
by the firm, which is. attempting to
run with substitute workers.
HUNT CITY FOR MURDERER
The police hope that in one of the
50 suspects being .held in stations all
over the city they will find the mur
derer of Mrs.- Ella Coppersmith and
her 3-year-old son,, of 7100 Lowe av.
Today an order was sent out from
the chief's office to arrest all men
whoY appear to.be feeble-minded and
who answer, in any way, the descrip
tion of 'the;murderer,