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prior to the opening of the big
game season, Nov. 10, but the de
mand was so great 5,000 mbre are
Columbus. Men in soft shirts
will be just as welcome at Gov.
elect J. M. Cox's inauguration
ball on Jan. 4 as men in dress
suits it was announced today.
Marquette, Mich. G. A. New
ett, editor of the Ispheming Iron
Ore, charged with criminal libel
by Col. Roosevelt, held to Circuit
Court in bonds of $500. Trial will
be in December.
Marinette, Wis. Carl Nelson,
20, and George Fehrnback, 21,
hunters, missing. Believed they
THE A. F. OF L. MEETING
Convention Hall, Rochester,
N. Y., Nov. 12. The four vital
questions before the American
Federation of Labor, now in an-,
nual session here, are as follows:
Organization of the plants of
the steel trust.
The organization of the metal
trades on the Pacific coast and of
all Los Angeles industries.
How to deal with the Industrial
iWorkers of the World, where
the interests of that organization
and the federation clash.
. To decide if labor is to keep up
its present independent political
attitude or go into politics as an
The big clash with the Indus--trial
Workers of the World will
come in the attempt to organize
the emplcyes of the steel trust.
So far, the federation has not
been successful in its attempt to J
do this. The skilled steel workers -have
refused to join a union,, and'
the unskilled workers have all
joined the I. W: W.
William D. Haywood and Vin
cent St. John, leaders of the I. W.
W., are bitterly opposed to the
federation and denounce it pub
licly on every opporunity.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
Everything depended upon the
testimony of this particular wit
ness, and the lawyer realized the
"Now," he said, shaking his
finger warningly, "we want to
hear just what you know. Don't
tell us what you think, or what
you've heard, or what somebody
else knows. Do you understand?"
The witness brightened visibly,
and showed by his gladsome
smile that he understood.
"It was like this, sir," he be-,
gan. "Old Bill Grubbs said to me
that Jim Payne told him he heard
Thomas John's wife tell Sid Lew
is' girl that her husband was the
hero of the fight, and that they
paved into one another like "
But then the judge told him to
Forty women have taken out li
censes to shoot deer in Colorado.
This will boom transcontinental
travel via Southern or Canadian
Pacific, all right
Farmer's Wife What is your
Weary William I have start-.
ed to walk round the world in
the greatest number of days.