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WILSON TO COME WEST WILL
SUPPORT 8-HOUR LAW
Asbury Park, N. J., Sept 20.
Pres. Wilson is today prepared for
an invasion of the west. The time
and places at which he will deliver
the strategic blows, designed to over
throw Candidate Hughes, are still
undecided, but the line of attack was
thoroughly mapped out at his con
ference with National Chairnian
McCormick, continuing far into last
Before he left for New York today
McCormick said that the president
probably would accept no western in
vitation before Oct. 1. He is going
over a large list of Invitations and
expects to confer with McCormick
again next Tuesday. ,
There is no question but that Pres.
Wilson will discuss at length in his
western speeches the Adamson
8-hour law. He will argue that when
all the legislation he proposed for
settling; the retfent strike is enacted
there will be "no recurrence of the
SLIPPED $661 FROM POCKET?
Miss Eleanor Bell, 661 N. Clark,
and Michael Shields, 1317 George,
entertainers in McGovern Bros.' ca
baret, Clark and Erie, arrested on
charge of Jas. Haward, 65, Berrien
Springs, Mich., hotel owner, that girl
took $661 from his pocket. -
Police say Miss Bell admits taking
money bub says Shields told her to.
Johnstown, Pa. One man killed,
two others injured, when dynamite
which they were using in sinking a
well let go.
Kingman, Ariz. Two trainmen
killed and eleven passengers injured
when westbound Santa Pe train No.
3 jumped track .near here todays
Douglas Park Y. P. S. L. sewing
circle meets tonight at home of Misa
Rose Weinstein, 1608 S. Turner av.
32d ward Socialists meet Wednes
day eve., 718 W. 63d st
Lecture in Norwegian by Fr. Wer
enskjold, "Why I'm a Free Thinker,"
under auspices of Nytid Scandina
vian Y. T. S. L., Thurs., Sept 21, 8
p. m., at the Norske Kafe, 2738 W
Englewtfod Y. P. S. L. meets Thurs.
eve., 5824 Aberdeen st
Chicago Single Tax club to hold
first meet of season Fri., 8 p. m., at
Schiller hall, 64 W. Randolph. Prof.,
Geo. B. Foster will talk on "Woman
Movement" and Stoughton Cooley
on "Single Tax."
Laurel Dancing club to hold fall
dancing party Sept. 23 at Unity club-"
house, 3140 Indiana av.
RECEIPTS GOOD AT TUMA BANK
While Joseph Tuma, private bank
er, went down to the Union Trust
bank to borrow $12,000 Monday, his
wife topk in that amount over the'
counter of ihe bank. She told this at
the inquest over Tuma's body yester
day. But Tuma didn't know she had the
money, and when he was turned
down by the Union Trust Co. he went
to the lake shore at Wrightwood avj
and blew his blains out
NEW YORK STOCKS. Prices ir
regular. Trading active.
Partly cloudy and somewhat
warmer tonight; Thursdayfair and
cooler; fresh to strong southwest
shifting to northwest winds by
Thursday morning. Temperaturg
Tuesday: Highj 73; low, 56,