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at the station that he can only find it
possible in the afternoon to receive
persons desiring interviews
Ensign Walter Hanson, navy re
cruiting dep't, wants woman aviator
to fly over city "Dewey Day," May 2,
and throw recruiting literature.
Rev. Noble E. Elderkin, pastor Oak
Park Second Congregational church,
who said soldiers were "murderers,"
will not be removed, says trustees.
Northwestern Dental School offer
ed facilities to gov't.
GARMENT STRIKE SETTLED
The Ladies' Garment Workers'
strike was settled yesterday by. con
cessions from both sides. The labor
ers went back today.
Both sides were anxious for a set
tlement. The workers had hard sled
ding because of the anti-picketing in
junctions of Judges Baldwin and
Smith, which put them in contempt
of court and took away their rights
to a jury trial, and the bosses were
helpless because of the short labor
New York. Mme. SaTah Bern
, hardt gaining strength, but is still In
New York. Newspapers gained
$20,000,000 in advertising since 1916
and magazines gained $9,000,000.
Stockholm. Retail sale of liquor
to xbe forbidden in Sweden from
April 24 to May 12, on account of the
great May day labor demonstration
planned by unions.
Washington. Speaker Champ
Clark is bitterly opposed to conscrip
tion army system as against volun
teer method, he told delegation from
National Security league.
New York. Federal Judge Mayer
awarded movie company $1,000,000
damages against Henry Ford because
he attacked film called "The Battle
Cry of Peace." Ford can file an an
swer and reopen case within 20 days.
HAS PEOPLE'S THEATER;
AIDS WAR FUNDS
A people's theater for everybody
has been established by the People's
players of Evansville, Ind., and the
best of plays are given by amateurs
at prices as low as 10 and 20 cents.
.When war was declared Miss tlrace
Kiechle, the director, ordered that
all proceeds be given to the Red
Cross and the fund for soldier depen
dents. o o
BITS OF NEWS
Policeman John Barrett, Warren
av. station, and Jos. Murphy, 4059
Adams, hurt when auto dashed
through crowd alighting from Madi
son st. car at Karlov av. John A.
Sayad, chauffeur for Frank Bishop,
4239 Madison, arrested.
Andrew M. Clune, guet at Great
Northern hotel, robbed of $122 while
he slept B E. Delmar arrested.
Two armed men got $170 and jew
elry from Frank Faul and Patrick
Conway, 3142 Flournoy.
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