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SPLASH! ABSOLUTELY LATEST
IN BATHING SUITS
French are reported to have sta
tioned parrots on the Eiffel tower to
give warning against the approach of
aeroplanes. The birds bristle and
screech when the machines approach
long before they are detected by hu
man lookouts. ,
CLAIM SLEUTHS GUARD THE
Eight Pinkerton detectives have
been stationed in and about the
Champlain bldg., at State and Madi
son sts., which the Boston Store is
wrecking so that an addition to their
store can be made. This is intended
to give the public an idea that the
ironworkers, who are on a- strike, in
tend violence against the workers
there, the ironworkers union claims.
The stories of A. G. Drake, George
Duchaj and John Sweck of Milwau
kee that they were put on the "scab"
job by the Oxwell Ascetylene Co. at
36th and Jasper sts., and that they
quit as soon as they found it was
what they called a "snake" job, gain
ed them entrance to the ironworkers'
union. They claim that the building
contains several detectives.
They said they were hired to cut
girders at 60 cents an hour and the
fact that a strike was on was with
held from them until one of them
questioned a detective and found that
he was guarding them.
Newark, N. J. Betty, a trick bear
permorming on roller skates, caused
panic among women and children in
local theater when she leaped into
Passaic, N. J. Unable to get any
response to his wooing, Paul Baskot
hurled bomb into sweetheart's bed
room. Didn't explode. Tried another.
Went off on adjoining roof. Arrested.
Philadelphia. Policemen answer
ing information calls ordered to talk
politely and abandon discourteous
replies. Penalty of degradation.
Washington. "Nearly everybody
carries infectious germs in mouth,"
said Dr. Harvey Wiley, again de
nouncing kissing as cause of disease.1
' Cambridge, Mass. John Burbeski
dying as result of Joseph Baietas1
"playfully" forcing compressed air,
under 800 pounds pressure, into body,1
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