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luncheon at Gersten's Cafe, Ashland av. and Division st, Thursday, April , 16, 12:30 noon. Subject: "Workmen's Compensation Law." Clean up of crooks and confidence men orderedl.40 detectiv' es to search saloons and pootajoms. Auto bumped into Palmer Potter ' limousine. Potter Palmer III, 4, and Bertha, 3, almost hurt. Chin Sing, opium rpaker, given five years in Joliet, dead. Couldn't live without opium. Richard Bennett, manager-star, "Damaged Goods," sore. Calls uplift ers bunch-of pikers. Empty house got his "goat." Jakie Abrams, Democratic precinct captain, 15th ward, had $4 a day job as assessor. Sound he had Repub lican boss. Quhy Drys to raise $100,000 for educa tional campaign. Will try to drive sa loons from Chicago in 1916. John R. Thompson's restaurants incorporated as $6,000,000 company. 30 placed to be opened in Canada. Christian Baker a'nd Edward Peter son, dueling editors, may be indicted. North Shore Gas Co. up before util ities commission. Product causes sickness and service poor. New system planned in school site purchases. Committee would protect land owners. Easter services will be held at Kirk ; Ian J Mission, 764 W. Adams" st, to night Mrs. Lena Karschuik,.2102 W. 22d st., threatened suicide. Took joy ride. - Changed mind. Missing 16-year-old Helen Bretz found in Milwaukee. "Il" and surface lines may be merg ed. Officials of companies approve plan. Bernard J. Mahoney charged with changing Totes, in vote fraud triaL Arthur Dolsen killed in struggle for possession of gun by Albert Boersch, 6828 S. Halsted st. Dolsen attacked Boersch. Charges of inefficiency preferred against 4 superintendents of dtyj bridge department "Can" rushing and loafing said, to waste men's time. 4(000 garment workers have signed" agreement with 40 employers. Get 50-hour week and time and a half for overtime. Purse snatcher grabbed bag of Miss Olive Laing, 7820 Aberdeen Bt Got away. o o DUFFY THE GOAT' SURRENDERS Shortly before 1 o'clock this morning the search for "Duffy the Goat" ended when the man sought for the killing of Isaac Henegow in Roy Jones' red light cafe surrendered himself to detectives from the state's attorney's office N Duffy, or James Franche, his real name, said he would have given him self up sooner, but had been, vainly trying to reach Attorney Charles E. Erbstein, who has been retained as "The Goat's" counsel by his brother, Cyril E. Franche. Duffy has made no statement per taining to the shooting of Henegow rather than to say that he would prove he did not deserve the title of "gunman." oo ) COXEY'S ARMY SOON OFF AGAIN Massillon, O., April 14. "General" Jacob S. Coxey's second march of unemployed on Washington will start on April 16. One hundred unemploy ed were on hand ready to follow the "general." Accompanied by his wife, the "gen eral" will lead in a phaeton, drawn ' by a mule. The remainder will ride shanks horses. The Massillon brass band will accompany the marchers as far as Canton, O. o o Evidently women do all the world's workv Two-thirds of the inventions are labor-saving devices to sell to the ttfed housewife. o o What gives a man few hairs and gray is trying to figure out a system to know the right time to kiss his wife.