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tank, paddling distance in 2:43 2-5.
Jack Dillon easily outpointed Billy
Miske in a ten-round fight at Minne
apolis. The battle was fairly fa6t
Hal Stewart of Ft Wayne knocked
out Patsy Drouillafd -in the 14th
round at Dayton, 0. The Canadian
made a game fight
AUTHOR MAY LAND IN U. S. WAR
I Bt"H I
He is one of the men who put the
lilt in Indiana literature, but if he
lists to the call of politics Meredith
Nicholson will give up writing best
sellers to become ass't sec'y of war.
Sec'y Baker has offered him the job,
it is said.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CO.
AND EMPLOYES AGREE AGAIN
The agreement between the em
ployes and bosses at the Hart, Schaff
ner & Marx plant was renewed yes
terday. Despite rumors that the firm
would refuse to give workers the
same terms that they have had, the
plan was continued for three years
on practically the same terms as the
It provides payment on piecework,
a sort of a minimum wage, arbitra
tion of disputes and a preferential
shop. This gives members of the
Amalgamated Clothing Workers'
union the first chance at jobs in the
place, although if no union-men are
available non-union workers man be
JUDGE WAS GUARDING AGAINST
THE SEVENTH SLAYING
Walteh Cahteh, colohed, has his
troubles. He has been a pohteh and
was laid off to rest his right eye, the
left one being without sight Violet,
his wife, was so inconsiderate as to
have ben hauled into the coht of
domestic relations charged with non
support and threatening her with a
"Ah got dat gun foh her," said Wal
ter, "so's she could use it on bug
lahs." "And then you presented it to her
with the muzzle end forward," said
Ass't State's Att'y Quirke.
"No, sah, nothin' like that She
done go away a whole week and she
say she not comin' home 'cause she
need carfare and I go to the police
and flo one know where she is."
"Ah had to git up and git," said
Violet "Dat man am cruel, jedge.
Ah go to bed and he wakes me say
at midnight and he starts chewin the
rag and gets himself all excited, so ah
have to get up to listen to him, and
he gets dat gun and says: 'Ah got a
mind to kill you right now,' and ah
cain't live with him. It ain't no wise
possible. Ah done been cruelly
treated 'most three months. He's a
"Been six murders in that neigh
bodhood this winter," said the po
"We'll guard against the seventh,"
ruled Judge Newcomer. "Six months
in the Bridewell; rockpile."