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ONE CENT--THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
SIX FINED FOR VIOLATIONS OF
LABOR LAWS '
State Factory Inspector Oscar F.
Nelson is still on the trail of violators
of the labor laws. Yesterday in Judge
Bowles' court Nelson prosecuted the
following cases: The A. M. Andrews
Co. fined $210 for employing six boys
under age in connection with danger
ous machinery; M. B. Hoffberg fined
$13.50 for violation of the woman's
ten-hour law; A. Grupczynski, grocer
and butcher, 2700 N. Western av.,
fiaed $13.50 for interfering with fac
tory inspector who went to investi
gate observance of child labor -law;
J. M. Andelman, mg'r National Rag
& Metal Co., fined $35 for working
women employes over ten hours; An
ton Tadrowski, teaming contractor,
fined $60 for employing boys under
16 to drive team, and Reuben Levy
fined $13.50 for failure to keep time
book as required by woman's ten
The cases against the Greenlee
Foundry Co. and the Chicago Foun
dry Co. were , dismissed on payment
of costs, the inspector testifying that
washrooms had been installed for the
JEWS MAY GET EQUAL RIGHTS
FROM RUSSIAN DUMA
Petrograd, Aug. 22. A bill to abol
ish the Pale and give to Jews the
same rights as other Russian sub
jects will be introduced in the impe
rial duma when that body convenes
Prof. Paul Hiliukov, leader of the
Cadets, so informed the United Press
today, following his return from a
visit to England, France and Italy
with other members of the Russian
NEW YORK STOOCKS. Steel up
to 96 in active market.
Members of Waiters', Waitresses','
Cooks' and Pastry Cooks', Bartend
ers' and Miscellaneous Restaurant
Workers' unions holding joint picnic,
Brand's park,,3259 Elston av., today.
Will end 3 a.m. tomorrow morning.
M. C, Walsh speaks, 62d pi. and
Halsted, Tues., Thurs. and Sun.
nights; at 92d and Houston, Wed.,
rFrL and Sat
34th ward Socialists meet Wed.,
City club luncheon Wed.; speakers,
Alex Johnson, sec'y Nat'l Comm. on
Provision for Feeblev Minded; Prof.
E. W. Bemis and Prof. W. F. Dodd.
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RACE RIOT IN MICHIGAN
Detroit, Aug. 22. Tie negro pop
ulation of Wyandotte, eight miles
from here, is considerably thinned
out today, following a race riot last
night in which Caesar Powell, negro,
was killed, and Earl Williams, negro,
was seriously injured.
The trouble last night grew out of
a disturbance which occurred on an
interurban car near Wyandotte vil
lage Sunday night
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VERNON BEAN'S BODY FOUND
- The body of Vernon L. Bean, pri
vate sec'y of the late Fred A. Busse
when the latter was mayor of Chi
cago, "was recovered from the lake
at Benton Harbor, Mich., according
to word received by Wm. Lutthardt,
sec'y to Chief Healey, today. Bean
was drowned while bathing Sunday.
Fair and cooler tonight with low
est temperature about 5 degrees;
Wednesday fair with moderate tem
perature; moderate northwest winds
becoming gentle Wednesday. Tem
perature Monday High, 97; low, 77,