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WANTS PEACE NEGOTIATIONS
IN NAME OF HUMANITY
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville, L. I.,
June 30. The governing board of the
German Socialist party in a mani
festo passed by the censor today
called upon the German government
"in the name of humanity and cul
ture" to begin peace negotiations.
"The German socialists expect that
ia their friends in other belligerent
y$w countries will take the same steps,"
the statement declared.
The manifesto made public today
amplified the statement recently pub
lished in the newspaper Vorwaerts.
It placed the blame for the failur of
the earlier peace efforts on th French
and Belgian Socialists.
Woman's Party of Cook County to
hold regular monthly meeting at Gar
field Park refectory at 2 p. m. Friday.
Public Invited. Entertainment. Cor
nelius Lehane, speaker.
The Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Woman's club meets Thursday, July
1, at home of Mrs. Demling, 2717,
Windsor av., 2 p. m.
H. S. Perris, London, and J. A.
Stewart, New York, speakers at Cen
tenary of Pace at City club of Chi
cago, to be celebrated today by lunch
eon. The Meteor Pleasure club will go to
South Haven July 3 for week in West
SUICIDE BROUGHT SUICIDE
Denver, Col., June 30t Seeing
Pearl Colonello, 19, brought into hos
pital, a suicide, because her parents'
reproached her for dancing, F. C. Ra-
yenscroft, 63, left his cot and cut his
I wrists, dying. Doctors said his act
9 was result of suggestion in girl's en
trance during late hours of night,
when life is at lowest ebb.
IRA WAS PLAYING SAFE
Lincoln, Neb. "Not responsible
for loss of valuables," read sign ia
room assigned to Ira Woten 19,
ranch boy. Fearing he was in danger
of losing ring of less than a dollar's
value and $5 bill, which he had hid
den in his hat, the lad, unable to find
his way out, jumped from fifth floor
window to roof "of a two-story build
ing adjoining. Rescued uninjured
OLD POLICEMEN HIT
Many old-timers on the police force
holding down jobs as lieutenants will
be dropped soon, according to Chief
Healey. The retirement of Lieut
Max Heidelmeier is the start of a
movement to bring the young bloods
higher in the service.
At least a half dozen lieutenants,
a captain or two and many sergeants
are slated for removal within a few
A BOBBER LEAPED ON
ME LAST NIGHT
(A SHOCKING THING
rBED HIM BY THE"
BUT HE 'SCAPED BY GOING,
THROUGH ME I.1