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Springfield, lll-House killed 75
car limit bilL
Kansas City, M.o. Mushroom em
ployment agencies which collect
fee from each applicant and then
ship him to harvest- fields blamed by
Federal Employment Agent-Green for
flooding of Kansas and Oklahoma
with men before wheat is ready.
Some are starving.
Kansas City, Mo. Fred Wing, a
printer, who killed father-in-law and
seriously wounded wife and mother-in-law,
was captured. "Family trou
ble" and booze blamed.
Detroit On account of legal ob
stacles it is probable that Ford Co.
will 'not raise capitalization from
$2,000,000 to $100,000,000.
Austin, Tex. Northern Mexico,
near Brownsville, Tex., stricken with
scourge of typhus fever.
Minenapolis. Joking may cost
Burr ."Weaver, 44, laborer, his life.
While working today he joked Wil
liam Hyde, who, according to other
workmen, drew revolver and fired.
San Francisco. First $50 gold
piece ever authorized by congress
struck by San Francisco mint yester
day. Commemorates exposition. 25,
000 coins ranging down to half dol
lars will be struck and sold at double
Portland, Ore. Body believed' to
be that of Mrs. Emma Herrin Dickey,
43, sister of Wm. F. Herrin, vice pres.
Southern Pacific Co., found in river.
ACKLEY CALLS 'EM "ALL LIES"
Philadelphia, June -16. Bentley D.
Ackley, Billy Sunday's former right
hand man and secretary, branded as
"all lies" reports that his resignation
was partly due to influence of liquor
men conducting a campaign to di
courage future revivals.
Col. Charles M. Keegan, who rent
ed his house to Sunday party, intends
.to file' suit for $3,034.75 for alleged
damages to house and itscontents.
TRACTION RECORDS TO BE LAID
OPEN IN ARBITRATION
One of the biggest points in the vic
tory of the street car men in their
short stay off the job is the condition
of arbitration which allows any two
members of the arbitration commit
tee to demand any book in the offices
of the street railway companies.
In the last attempt at arbitration
three years ago the men were bunked
when the street car company official
admitted the existence of secret rec
ords, but .refused to produce them.
The union car men are certain that
if the financial dealings of the com
pany are shown up they will have no
difficulty in proving their right to an
advance in salary and better working
ONE HUBBY MUST PAY EIGHT
DOLLARS THE OTHER SEVEN
A girl whom she had befriended
was named by Mrs. Clara Goding in
the court of domestic relations as
the cause of her husband's desertion.
Mrs. Goding, who Uvea at 1434 Mil
lard av., told Judge Sabath the girl
had accompanied her husband when
he left home. Goding was ordered
to pay his wife $8 a week.
John Grady of 4116 St. Lawrence
av., who filed a $20,000 alienation
suit ajjainst his father-in-law, Jos.
Lawrence, two weeks ago, was or
dered to pay his wife $7 a week,
when arraigned on an abandonment
STRIKEBREAKERS ARE THIEVES
Binghamton, N. Y., June 16. 700
sjtrikebreakers on way to Chicago on
Bpecial train swarmed out of coaches
and raided a truokload of cream, tak
ing 43 cans, valued at about $200. Po
Reported strikebreakers raided res
taurant in Susquehanna, taking ev,-.
erything but chairs and counter. Ona
of leaders called Hornell on long-distance
telephone and directed that
drinking cups be ready when train