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nine nieces and nephews. Father in
war and mother insane.
Fire Lieut. Mulhern caught David
Steinfeldt, accused of stealing suit
case of Helen Klumph, 6428 Dante av.
,Geo. A. Glover, 18, 2823 Walnut,
Stanley Kopper, 4324 S. Wood,
drowned in Bubbly creek.
Lindley M. Garrison, ex-sec'y of
war, told American Bar ass'n that
U. S. was fast becoming nation of
Mrs. Yanza Copreski, Blue Island,
held, for selling beer with gov't li
cense, denies charge. Says she drinks
case of beer daily.
County Treas. Henry Stuckart says
big firms owe $250,000 personal
property taxes. Threatens to publish
Lloyd Hall, Chicagoan serving life
sentence in Joliet for murder, prob
ably fatally hurt by two other con
victs. Accused of being "stool pi
geon' Eighteen persons bitten by dogs.
Nine autos stolen yesterday.
AGENCIES FIND IT HARD TO LINE
Professional strikebreaking agen
cies are combing the country in a
desperate effort to get enough men
by Monday to make some sort of
train operation possible. They are
meeting with little success. The lo
cal agents complain of their inability
to get men who understand anything
of railroad work. Most of the orders
in Chicago have been placed with
Mooney & Boland, P. D. O'Brien and
the Thiel Detective Service Co. W. J.
Sutherland, mgr. of Mooney & Bo
land, is trying to get 1,000 men on
hand before the strike comes. He
says he has 325 Signed up.
KING QUITS, REPORT
London, Aug. 31. Greek gpvern
ment thrown into chaos by resigna
tion of Premier Zalmis, while rumors
are in circulation that King Cpnstan
tine has fifed.
PRESIDENT'S RIGHT-HAND MAN
IN BIG RAILWAY DISPUTE
Presjdgnt Wilson's right-hand man
in the railroad strike controversy is
U. S. Senator Francis G. Newlands of
Nevada. The president has been in
daily conference with Newlands in
efforts to cause a settlement. New
lands is chairman of the interstate
MORRISON MAY HAVE TANGLED
IN PERJURY IS CLAIM
Old man Morison may have tan
gled himself in a perjury case if the
statements of lawyers yesterday are
true. More trouble for Ihe aged man
is in view if he has.
Att'y E. R. Tiedebohl, one of those
who haled Morrison into Judge Lan
dis' court, asked Municipal Judge
Robinson to impound a schedule, in
troduced as evidence in a suit before
him. This schedule states that Mor
rison was broke.
The hitch comes because Morri
son testified that he had sufficient
means to support the Burnstein girls
when he adopted 'them