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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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Unusually slight physical strength
and unskilled in the use of his fists,
was decoyed from his newspaper of
fice to the nearhy-4nterurban station,
he says, by a telephone message pur
porting to come from a friend. On
reaching the station Musser stepped
from behind a wall that had con
cealed him and hit Person in the
back of the head, felling him to the
ground. Musser weighs 200 pounds,
Person is a little fellow, weighing 120.
Person was slugged, pounded and
choked by Musser Until bystanders
pulled Musser away from him.
The bully strikebreakef tried to
break away from the men holding
him; cursing Person and threatening
to smash him to a pulp. Just as he
did break from restrainirig hands and
start at Person, the little editor, with
blood streaming down his face, drew
a revolver' and emptied it into Mus
ser, who dropped dead in his tracks.
The editor gave himself up and
was placed in jail. An effort will be
made to secure ,a change of venue,
as it is believed the agricultural com
munity of DeWitt county dbes not
fully understand the problems of
union labor to give Person a fair trial.
Owing to the intervention of his at
torney, Person was able to retain
control of his newspaper when it was
threatened with bankruptcy as the
result of a damage suit brought
against him by Musser's family.
Resolutions of sympathy for the
' imprisoned editor, and pledges to
provide funds for his defense when
his case is tried have been promised
by labor unions throughout the coun
try. , o o
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With care, however, the stain can be
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or woolen fabrics. Rub the mark
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material than is absolutely necessary.
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utes. They will require orilyhalf
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in a gas oven the saving in gas is
New York. Hazel Dawn, who he
came famous as "the Pink 'Lady in
the musical success by thai name, re
turned to Broadway again this season
in the leading feminine role in "The
Little Cafe.' She has flow quit the
latter company and also the manage
ment of Klaw & Erlahgef, the pro
ducers. And It is ail because she had a per
fect lady-like spat with Misa Alma
Francis, another member of the Com-

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