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pupil or any dates concerning the in
cident which registered a blot on the
Yesterday he was asked if he had
brought these to the meeting and he
answered the query of Senator Can
aday with, "I didn't'think you wanted
those facts," although the charges
wefe a strong slam at the federation.
Sawyer, Mich. Scores of passen
gers slightly shaken, several bruised
when Pere Marquette passenger train
loaded with Chicagoans enroute to
Michigan resorts, ran into freight
Piqua, 0. Stork held up Pennsyl
vania train No. 27 here today while
Mrs. H. H. Palmer, Philadelphia, gave
birth to girl baby.
Kokomo, Ind. Having amassed
probably $1,000,000, Cora B. Miller
Medical Co. closed its door, following
order of postoffice department. Busi
ness of curing complaints of women
declared fraudulent and use of the
Connellsville, Pa. Notary Public
Kurtz, Rev. Minerd and Attorney
Renner offered "matrimonial bargain
day" free licenses, free ceremonies
and free divorces, if later necessary.
Atlantic City, N. J. Refusing to
pay extortionate taxi rates during a
storm, a smartly gowned girl disap
peared into board walk bathhouse,
checked her attire an4 appeared on
the scene clad in bathing suit
Boston. David Keller, recently ar
rested for appropriating 12 chickens,
later declared innocent, is suing Mrs.
Constance Lowell for $15,000 to
soothe his feelings; chickens (feath
ered variety) are worth $9.
Boston. C. Oliver Iselin, Jr., sued
for $20,000 by Inez Hall, Cambridge.
Alleges she was knocked down by
New York. Joseph Curley was a
policeman. He isn't any more. While
Joseph snoozed on his beat somebody
decorated him with burnt cork. After
his snooze Joseph strolled down the
Newport, R. I. Threatening let
ters received by Mrs. Whitman, wife
of governor of N. Y., caused guards
to be placed around residence.
Somerset, N. J. James B. Duke,
head American Tobacco Co., closed
2,000-acre park to public. Claims
acts of vandalism.
Toledo. Absence of witnesses de
layed hearing of graft charges made
by City Solicitor Thurston against
Mayor Keller. Keller denies charge. .
London. 3 separate revolts re
ported in Portugal.
New York. When Miss Anna Lew
is saw her sister and a man leaving
a hotel last night she beat man until
a policeman arrived. In night court
she said man had duped her sister.
New York. New York has been
drenched in 5,747,218 tons of water in
the last 24 hours. The rainfall was
2.19 inches and mathematicians fig
ured it out
JURISDICTIONAL ROW OF LABOR
UNIONS AT END
The long standing judisdictional
dispute between structural iron
workers and hod carriers is at last'
settled. It has caused a scrap in
many national building trades con
vention. Both unions claimed the right to
place steel reenforcing in concrete.
The hod carriers have been doing it
in Chicago. The contractors favor
ed the carriers, because they get but
40 cents an hour and the iron work
ers 68 cents.
The new agreement gives the iron
workers the work on buildings which
are more than one story high or
which have more 'than 99 feet of
frontage. It is stipulated that the
work of carrying the material shall
remain that of the hod carriers. The
Mason and Builders ass'n today sign
ed the agreement between the iron
and hod men, making it satisfactorj