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Police raided place. 10 men arrested.
Prank Bruder booked "as' keeper.
Two druggists, two alleged victims
and one physician arrested in Dis't
Att'y Clyne's campaign to punish vip
lators of Harlrson act
Officials of Master Bakers' ass'n of
Hi. say that 6-cent bread will agahr
be here. Trying to ge,tjsmall bakers
to co-operate in increase.
"Politics and pull have been abol
ished from police dept.," saict Chief
Healey to squad Of' men at detective
Chicago Legal News failed to get
printing contract because they run
open shop. Printing Trades council
Postoffice officials from Washing
ton inspected sites suggested for new
Every job in city hall has 80 ap
plicants, say Republicans. Demo
crats to moVe out Monday.
Judge Scully ruled that ballots can-(
not be taken before grand jury.
Julia Price suing Frank Novak for
$10,000. Novak to be married tomor
row. Clean Food Club wants man versed.
on rats to address their next meet
ing. Eight cases of beer and 1Q gallons
of wine taken from basement of
Phillip Guspfsky's saloon, 1100 W.
Coroner's jury urged police to ar
rest man who struck and killed Eli
nofe Sylvester, 7, 2255 N. Kenneth
av.. with motorcycle.
Four men injured when wagon
wrecked express wagon at 29th" and
500 TEACHERS IN PROTEST
The efficiency body of the board of
education met yesterday to consider
a cut in the salaries of teachers as a
remedy for the deficit faced by the
schools. Just before the meeting 500
school teachers gathered at the
Olympic theater and voted to sue the
shpol board if the proposed 7 per J
cent cut was made. The decrease I
.was not recommended when the corn
Instead the committee will visit an
other protest meeting at the Olympic
'theater, where hundreds of parents,
teachers and others interested will be
&ddressed.4rThe affair is a protest
against the '"endless hir.kerines which
liavq Ijept the schools demoralized
by interfering with the efficiency of
Victor O'lander, Rabbi HIrsch, Flor--ence
King, Mrs. W. S. Hefferan and
Wiley Mills are slated as talkers.
WOMEN ON HAND TO FIGHT FOR
In preparation for the lively scrap
expected in Springfield tomorrow
when the Shurtleff child lebTTbill and
the McCormick women's workday
bill come up in the house for a vote,
women representing various organ
izations flocked to the downstate city
today. Their numbers may run into
thousands before the day is over.
The women, who expect to throw
the influence of their organizations
into the? ifight to push the laws
through, are not sure of the success.
'Both bills are being bitterly fought
by strong commercial associations.
The McCdrmick women's-bill start
ed out as an eight-hour day law, but
before it was dragged through sub
committees it had changed to a bill
allowing nine hours' work in twenty
four. The Shurtleff child labor bill
was intended to put child labor out of
existence. It, loo, has suffered many
changes., but is still strong enough to
cause bitter opposition.
The present population of Italy is
nearly 36,000,000; about 10,000,000
less than Great Britain. Its area is
110,659 square miles, 10,000 square
miles less than Great Britain. In-,
eluded in Italy's opulation are nearly
11,000 Germans andj.2,000 Aus'trians.
The number of Italians abroad has
been estimated at 5,558,000.