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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1912, Image 2

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"WeVe helpless against these
agents,? said Gallery today. "The
suite labor bureau wori!t prose
cute the cases and the defendant
appear with city attorneys work
ing for them. How can we do
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-- Mary Youngs, 16, who disap
peared 'from her sister's home,
124 N. Homan st., 2 weeks ago,
and was found living at the Hotel
Reed, Clark and Lake sts., last
Friday, with Marie McCloslcey,
20, was ordered sent to her eldest
sister, Mrs. J. M. Brady's home,
in Sangamon county, 111., oy
Judge Heap of Despiaines St.
court this morning.
The abduction sharge that had
been brought against Miss Mc
Closkey was ordered non-suite4
owing to the lack of evidence.
Police are now searching for a
man named James Coulson, 25,
formerly an Austin storekeeper,
whom, it is alleged, lived with
Miss Young during her escapade.
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Boston, Sept 10. The story of
'the conspiracy of the multi-millionaire
heads of the Wool Trust
against the textile strikers of
JLawrence is not yet half told.
This became evident today
when former Chief of Police
O'Sullivan, of Lawrence, took the
stand before the grand jury.
"I was chief of police when the
strike broke out," said O'Sullivan.
"There was no trouble. There
was no indication of trouble.
"Then first one and then an
other of .the city officials and the
mill owners came to; me and told."
me to use the police to start trouf
"I refused flatly. Then I lost,
my job, and they put in a man
who would obey their orders' ?
After O'Sullivan had testified,
District Attorney Pelletier called
Mayor Scanlon, Commissioner of
Public Safety Lynch, the man,
who prevented the children of the
strikers leaving Lawrence, ajid
James Bailey, a Wool Trust ofrv
ficial, before the jury.
All weer asked point blapk why-;
they forced the calling out 6i the
militia after O'Sullivan had told:
kthem there was no trouble, and"
no need. for the militia.
Can a man be sane wHo triesf
to kill himself when his wife
leaves him? -
"Impossible," say the police.
"Impossible," says Judge Gor,
jng, of the Clark street court.
- So the city physicians are to b
called upon to test he sanity ofr
Michael Polinsky. ,T
Michael jumped into the riveri
from the Rush street bridge this,
Policemen Boyle and Flynij
saw him, and rushed bravely tox
the rescue. ,j
Unmindful of the risks they
ran themselves, they grabbed gj
boathook and fished around with
it until it caught ih the slack ou
Michael's pants. u,
Then they hauled Michael to
land again,, and reported their act
of bravery to the station also

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