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C. Hallett Murphy thought Hallett !
Rosie Cruze, gypsy, says Pete and
Geo. Adams, also gypsies, threaten
ed to kill her father if not paid $1,000.
Police hunting Walter Corcoran.
Father, Jas. G., Pittsburgh, dead.
Police searching "tango robbers"
who robbed Mrs. Anna Coate and
Mrs. Ida Golf after night of dancing
and joy rides. .
John J. Richard, 840 Dakin, sued
Chas. P. Hunt, 630 Aldine av., for
$10,000. False arrest charged.
' Policeman Edw. Paul arrested for
firing gun at A. Christopher, 2153
Emerson av., exonerated. No prose
cution. Five new infantile paralysis cases
Tramp beat and robbed Wm.
Campbell, 15, 735 Waveland av. .
ROTHSCHILD & CO. DRAWS ITS
Rothschild &.Co. drey its little
knock from the. morning papers to
day. This is the third of the "cheap
er" stores to get a slam from the
silk-stocking sheets since Saturday.
Hillman's and the Boston Store were
the others. '
There is said to be a campaign of
quiet knocking against the low
priced stores by, the morning papers
because these sheets do not get ad
vertising from the stores; the cheap
er stores don't want to reach the "bet
ter off" class that have time 1o read
a paper in the morning; they are
after the daily labor class who can
grab a paper after supper or on the
car at night.
The Trib, Examiner and Herald
batted a thousand today on the story
of Helen Ryan of 351 E. 6ist st,
who collapsed in Rothschild's base
ment just before closing time yes
terday. In StvLuke's hqspital phy
sicians said she had taken a small
quantity of poison. She will proba
When the yarn, broke about .Graces
Stall, the Marshall Field shoplifter,
who imitated Mrs. Jacob L. Kesner,
the millionaire loop land grabber's
wife, to get shoes and waists, the
Herald and Examiner were careful
not to mention the name of the
store. It is the biggest loop paper
HONEST GOVT LEAGUE BACKS
MUNRO FOR ATT'Y GENERAL
Fayette S. Munro) Republican can
didate for att'y general, is worrying
the corporations and the jackpotters
by. the strength of his candidacy.
Munro's expose of extravagance has
won him many votes throughout the
state. As attorney for the Public
Ownership league, he is bound to
get a big anti-monopoly vote, the
politicians figure. Here's what the
Honest Government league says of
Munro and his opponents:
Munro. As member of legislature
voted for initiative and referendum,
women's suffrage bill, good bill for
women labor and minimum wage bill.
Munro led the fight to prevent the
Automatic Telephone grab.
Dick Barr. Fought against 54
hour week for women bill. Present,
but not voting, on one day rest in
Geo. H. Wilson. Wouldn't vote on
initiative and referendum, one day
rest in seven bill, anti-injunction and
women's labor bills.
W. H. Provine. Voted "No" on
initiative and referendum and wom
en's suffrage; present and not voting
on women's labor bills, teachers'
pensions and anti-injunction bilL
E. J. Brundage A politican with
no labor record.
Washington. Navy dep't an
nounces that $11,000,000 govern
ment armar plate plant will be built
in interior, where it- cannot be sub
ject to naval attack.
Philadelphia. Billy Sunday, evan
gelist, gave $6,000 "he collected at
Ocean Grove meeting to fund for des