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Some of the' ousted Chicago school
teachers slipped one over on. J.akey
Loeb yesterday. s
How many .inches of fair play has
there been in any Loeb xule.?
Once again the eternal triangle
comes into the spotlight in that
shooting affair in Washington park
Gosh! We thought Get. Villa was
Now the reports say he is on his
way to attack Pershing's forces.
They don't teach "Reading, 'Riting
and 'Rithmetic to the tune of a hick
ory stick" in our public schools any
Hughes' latest attack on Wilson's
policies is bis rap atthe 8-h6ur law
That ought to make the bewhis
kered gent popular with the average
laboring man nit!
If some musical comedy would
buy up all the bathing suits that have
been sported on Chicago beaches
this year the show would be a huge
Many a man went home soused
last night who hadnJt touched, drop
of anything but water.
Were you one of those caught in
MEDIATION COMMISSIONERS TO
TAKE UP TROOP WITHDRAWAL
New London, Conn., Sept. 6.
Withdrawal of the American expedi
tion from Mexico is destined to be '
the first question discussed by the
American and Mexican commission
ers who held their first meeting here
today in the joint conference design
ed to settle'all Mexican problems.
The session of today was not ex
pected to bring any great results.
Atlantic City, N. J. No party or
candidate will get endorsement of
National Woman Suffrage ass'n,
which went into convention here to
day, executive committee decided.
JAPAN CRUSHING UNMILITARY
CHINA UNDER ITS HEEL
Washington, Sept 6. China will
lose its integrity as a nation unless
Japan backs down from the newest '
demands it has made upon the Chi
China cannot resist with force the
demands' of the smaller nation, for'
it is unprepared for a war. v
Japan asks Chjna to eniploy Ja-.
panese military advisors for its Man
churian and Mongolian armies, to
employ Japanese military inspectors
in its schools, to formally apologize
for Cheng Chiatum trouble and com
pensate families of Japanese killed.
Besides, Japan demands punishment
of certain Chinese army officers and
recognition of "special interests" or
Japan in Manchuria and Mongolia.
Japan's demands imperil the open
doorto which the United States has
SHACKLETON EXPLORERS NEAR
- DEATH WHEN RESCUED
-Punta Arenals, Chili, Sept 6. The
marooned members of the .Shackle
ton South Polar expedition would
have died of starvation by November
had they not been rescued by the re
lief expedition Sir Ernst Shackletori
guided to Elephant island. -'
Their supplies were reduced , to
matches 2nd salt All their, food was
gone. They had been living for weeks
ofK nothing but seals and penguins
and their faces showed their suffer
The Yelcho, the relief steamer put,
at Sir Ernst's disposal by the Chilean'
government, narrowly escaped being
crushed to v pieces by the ice many
o o '
Murphysboro, III. Rev. E. P. Fish
er, 60, pastor First Presbyterian
church, ousted when Fanny Young,
Chicago -settlement 'worker 25 years
his junior, said she was tricked into
marriage by him in Chicago seven