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THE SHAUGNESSY FIGHT ON THE
FUCHS-McLEAN FACTION 'Pete Shaugriessy; president of the Bricklayers' Union, is making a des perate effort rebuild his shattered fences and def eat-the Fuchs-McLean faction at the election Nov. 9. " The brutal attack made on William H. McLean, candidate for vice-presi-' pent on the ne wticket, last Sunday ' only served to destroy more "of Shaugnessy's strength. McLean was assaulted and left un ! conscious on the floor of O'Shaug nessy & Mulligan's saloon, under Bricklayers' Hall. O'Shaugnessy, .'one of the owners, is a brother of Pete. J Many of the anti-Hearst faction of the bricklayers are beginning tp won I,der why O'Shaugnessy is given $60 a .week salary and is allowed about $6,000 with-which to operate an au tomobile. O'Shaugnessy. it is said. Jls scarcely ever seen .near the union headquarters except on meeting " nights. "k Simon' O'Donnell, president of , the r Building Trades Council, 'is doing revery thing in' his power to elect O'Shaugnessy, who was to. have been his assistant editor in the publication , . of Hearst's scab special labor edition. ATTY. KIRKLAND INDICTED , Weymouth Kirkknd, attorney, who 'formerly represented .Max Annen 'berg, was today indicted for tobtain f .Ing money under false pretenses from ''"the Chicago Railways. Co. ix Thomas Lynch, investigator for l the railways company, stated that he 1 'had got Kirkland to act as counsel 1 in several suits against the qompany " and although tarkland' performed no services, he, Lynch, approved theees and they split , the money, that " amounted to about $50,000. Kirkland refused to make any statement. o o "I hear Miss Schreecher doesn't smg at the prison any more." "No r The prisoners complairied tha wasn't included uTtheir sentences.' it SAYS THATYUSHINSKY BOY WAS KILLED BY ROBBERS , Kiev, Russia, Oct-22. Krasovsky, former chief of the secret police, who was removed from office because of unsatisfactory reports on the murder of Andrew ushinsky, with which crime eMndel Beilis is charged, in sisted in his testimony today that all the proof he could find led him to the conclusion that the boy was killed by robbers and not by Beilis.v , " . Vera Cheberyak continues to be the central figure in the sensational case, and was all but openly accused by Margolin, the lawyer, jt killing the Christian boy. Margolin cor roborated the testimony of Brusfi kovsky and denied the alleged bribery offer of $20,000. . N He claimed that the Cheberyak woman was skilled in surgery. He told of finding poison on her. He de clared, as his parting shot, that Vera's two children died mysterious ly about the time they had begun to be questioned too closely by those investigating the Yushinsky murder. Vera, who insists on cross exam ining witnesses, and replies at will to statement of -which, she does not-ap-prove, denied every assertion Mar golin made despite every effort of the court to silence her. o o DENOUNCE OWENS-GLASS BILL Congressman Robert J. Buckley of Cleveland, O., member of the house currency committee, declared gov ernment control of banking absolute ly necessary in,, an address to the Illi nois Manufacturers' Ass'n, in voic ing his approval of the Owens-Glass-bill. "The banking business is a pub- -lie necessity and.,a public utility," said the Ohioan. "Railroads and oth er public utilities are not allowed, without hindrance to do what hey will, and the time has come when bankers must expect to come undert government regulation. The Illinois manufacturers, How ever, denounced the bflL r1 "