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support Had 10 children and 13
Harry Kolle, 2962 N. Allen av., and
Mrs. Tomma Garbarino, 753 S. State,
arrested. He sold stolen chickens to
Geo. Otto, 4004 Lawler av., left
wife "to see grandmother," June 1,
1914. Never returned, she says; ask
A. O. Burdick, 2616 Lake Park av
lost $750 to two burglars who enter
ed home in daytime.
Federal Judge Landis stopped gam
bling and swindling quizzes until
Oct. 16. Rest and business, he says.
Otto Weilander, 14, found dead at
the bottom of elevator shaft of Poole"
Bros., printers, 83 W. Harrison.
Paisleys owe their private banks
about $20,000, shown by inquiry be
fore Chancery Master Eastman.
Mrs. Augusta Wentz, 57, 9118 Bur
ley av., jumped from roof of Post
Graduate hospital. Dead.
HOLD TWO FOR ASSASSINATION
ON LONELY ROAD
Philadelphia, Oct. 6. Five men
and a woman are under arrest today
in connection with the hold-up at At
acon, N. J., in which Henry Rider of
Howell, Mich., was killed and -Andrew
J. Rider, president of the Cran
berry Growers' ass'n of New Jersey,
his daughter, Mrs. Elsie Smathers,
and James Bigbey were desperately
The arrests followed information
offered by two men who drove a man
and. a woman both Italians to a
spot near the scene of the hold-up
in an automobile. The attack oc
curred on a lonely stretch of road.
Rider was driving his car to the cran
berry bogs with S4.000 Dav for em
ployes. o o
New York. Hat checking privi
lege in Brooklyn cafe worth $10,000
yearly in tips, according to suit by
Morris Israel, who claims that loss
on broken contract ,
WILSON INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
SHOWS HOW ROBINS BOOSTED
WILSON IN COLISEUM TALK
The Woodrow Wilson Indepen
dence league has added to the litera
ture it gives out on Floor 6 of City
Hall Square bldg. these pieces:
Raymond Robins' statement in
Chicago Coliseum, Oct 19, 1914, as
candidate' for U. S. senatorship. "The
greatest statesmanship of the past
two years in this world was the man
ner in which Wilson averted war be
tween this country and Mexico,"
Robins is quoted. "The reason that
the blood of American men sons of
our homes is not today reddening
the sands of Mexico to serve the in
terests of a few corpiration magnates
and speculators is due more to the
courage and constancy of Woodrow
Wilson than to any other factor in
Statements of Independent and
Progressive voters on why they are
backing Wilson. Among them are:
Geo. ECole, organizer of Municipal
Voters' league; 'Emil N. Zolla, Har
riet Taylor Treadwell, Russel Whit
man, Edward C. Wentworth and Mrs.
B. F. Langworthy.
Sen. LaFollette's editorial in his
weekly magazine analyzing the Mex
ican situation as an attempt by
American capitalists and investors to
bring on a war and boost their prop
erty values at the cost of lives of,
Editorial reprints from the Spring
field, Mass., Republican in support of
Complete reprint of Wilson's
speech to New York Press club on
the question: "Do you think the glory
of America would be enhanced by a
war of conquest with Mexico?"
"We are glad to mail our literature
free of charge to any one who asks
for it," said Hugh Reid, secretary
"Let us have the names of friends
who want facts and we will supply,