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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Amalgamated Meat Cutters, Local
546, will meet, Wed. evening, 19 W.
Adams. Dennis Lane will speak on
the labor movement in butcher in
dustry. 25th Ward Public Ownership
League meets 8 p. m., tonight, Sholl's
hall, North and Central Pk. avs.
Painters' Local 194 holds special
meeting Wed night to vote on amend
ments to by-laws.
24th ward! Socialists hold campaign
meeting tonight, at Knickerbocker
school, Clifton and Belden avs. Aid.
Kennedy will discuss automatic tele
phone deal. L. W. Hardy, aldermanic
candidate, and Otto McFeely and
Geo. Koop will speak.
Meeting of Mothers' club of the
Jewish alliance, Educational alliance,
2 p. m., Wed. Rabbi Sam'l S. Colion
will speak on "The Jewish Woman."
Aid. Buck will lecture on "The
City Council1' at Lawndale Civic Cen
ter, Douglas Pk. auditorium, 8 p. m.,
33d ward woman's study club will
meet 2:30 p. m. Wed., home of Mrs.
Johnson, 5969 Augusta.
City club luncheon, Wed.; Frank B.
Williams, New York, will discuss city
planning. At Fri. luncheon, Day
ton's commission-manager plan will
be discussed by J. M. Switzer, of the
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
Register today. The polling places
are open from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. This
is the last call for unregistered voters
who want to vote in the aldermanic
election, the presidential primary and
the judicial election.
Judge Sabath, automobile court,
urged that policemen be given autos
to use in catching speeders. Says
motorcycle cops are too conspicuous.
HOLD FORMER EMPLOYE IN
MURDER OF BUTCHERS
Revenge sought by a former em
ploye is believed by the police to
have been at the root of the double (j)
murder of Wm. and Geo. Bindrim,
father and son, butchers, who were
found hacked to death with a meat
cleaver in their shop, 1106 Blue
Victor Dobricky, 1813 S. Ashland,
a butcher, is held at Maxwell st. sta- .
tion as the suspected murderer. He
formerly worked in the Bindrim
butcher shop and had an argument
with the elder Bindrim over the dis
appearance of $180 from the cash,
drawer, says the police. The police
say Dobricky tells conflicting stories
and that his wife says he came home
about noon Sunday very nervous and
immediately washed his hands. The
police think the murders were com
mitted Sunday morning.
More than $600 was found in the
shop, dispelling the first idea that the
crime was committed by a robber.
Washington. Evidence received
by dep't of justice, it was stated to
day, tends to show that Felix Diaz is
not and has not been in Mexico.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and pro
visions up. May wheat close, $1.09.
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. But
ter, 35c; eggs, 19c
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened O
strong, heavy buying; some reaction
Cloudy and colder tonight; lowest
temperature about 25; Wednesday
partly cloudy and colder; fresh
northwest to north winds. Tempera
ture Monday: Highest, 39; lowest, 32,