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Police captured two men seen run
ning away. Janke still unconscious.
Because of lack of funds county
board will not distribute free dinner
baskets this Thanksgiving day.
"Wets" still working hard to get
Gov. Dunne to include home rule is
sue in special legislature call
Every Penn. railroad track walker
between Chicago and Plymouth, Ind.,
Instructed to look for $600 diamond
ring lost from Manhattan Limited.
Wm. Jennings Bryan elected presi
dent of Chautauqua company which
has just bought the Winona Lake,
Ind., Chautauqua plant.
Motor ambulance will be present
ed to British army by British Empire
ass'n of Chicago as memorial to
Edith Cavell, nurse-spy who was
Wm. H. Wilts, secretary and treas
urer Merchants' National Fire Insur
ance 'Co., killed self in office, 29 S.
White House Inn, 145th and West
ern av., raided. Eight women and
five men taken.
MISS TYLER ARRESTED AGAIN
"POLICE TALK A DISGRACE."
Two social workers marching with
the striking garment workers were
arrested yesterday because the police
department has issued a new order.
Policemen on strike duty have
been told not to allow more than 12
pickets to congregate around one
shop. So the patrol wagons were
Elizabeth Tyler of the Political
Equality league was arrested for the
second time and Jessie Rust of the
Northwestern University settlement
was taken into custody when she
I marched with, a band of pickets at
the Kuppenheimer shop at 22d and
"The language of the police was
unspeakable," said Miss Tyler.
Kangaroos, of which there are 56
species, can sometimes leap as much
for a retired politician to tell the
United States government 'what to
do, but J. J. Russell of Memphis, for
merly of the Iowa house of repre
sentatives, can tell the government
just how to stop the slides in the
Panama canal. Russell owned a farm
on the Mississippi. It slid toward
the river at each wet spring. He dug
surface trenches across his tract,
drained off the water quickly and
stopped the sliding. He says the Pa
nama canal sliding can be stopped in
the same manner.
DEATH LIST REACHES SIX
Great Bend, Kas., Nov. 12. Death
of 4 of severely injured during night
brought local toll of Wednesday eve
ning.'s tornado that swept six states
to six today. More in the hospital are
in a dangerous condition.
Kansas farmers are said to be
growing long beards as a protection
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