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London, Oct. 7. Parliament
convened late today. Three big
issues Irish home rule, disestab
lishment of Church of England in
Wales and election reform.
Liberal administration for all
N three, but conservatives will fight.
Liberals have majority of only
110, including 42 labor members
and 76 Irish. Labor members
may go over to other side any
time," and Irish only cafe about
PUT KIBOSH ON HEARST
The Chicago Federation of
s Labor yesterday put the Exam
iner, the American and William
Randolph Hearst on the' unfair
Requested all state and central
city bodies to take similar action.
Denounced Union Labor Ad
vocate as subsidized, publication,
which can be bought.
Called upon school board to re
move name of Victor F. Lawson
from school building named after
Denounced Lawson and the
Tribune company as tax dodgers.
. Told how Tribune stole from
school children of Chicago by the
infamous midnight lease of
Asked board of governors of
printing trades unions to try and
settle newspaper lockout.'
Said Typographical Union No.
16 had taken "injudicious course"
Showed that State's Attorney
. Wayman, Mayor Harrison, Sher-'
iff Zimmer, Coroner Hoffman and
I Chief of Police McWeeny all
conspired to prevent Hearst gun
men who murdered Frank Witt
and George Herr being brought
The Federation represents
250,000 union men. Five hundred
and ten delegates attended yes
terday's meeting. "The only dele
gates who voted against putting
Hearst and his publications on
the unfair list were those of Ty
pographical Union No. 16.
CHAS. R. CRANE TESTIFIES
Washington, jbct." 7. Chas. R.
Crane of Chicago told Clapp com
mittee today that he gave $26,684
to La Follette and $10,000 to Wil
son campaign funds. (
John J. Hahnan, La Follette's
secretary, told committee, that
Wisconsin's senator's total re
ceipts were $63,965, total ex
Louis Hammerling, formerly
of Standard Oil, but now presi
dent American Association of for
eign newspapers, was first wit
ness. Hammerling said Roosevelt's
manager paid $5,500 for ads in
foreign newspapers before the
campaign. Ads were for delegates
to vote for Roosevelt, he said.
. What He Said
"What would you say," began
the voluble prophet of woe, "if I
were to tell you that in a very
s'hort space of time all the rivers
of this country would dry up ?"
I would say, replied the pa
'Go thou and do like-