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!7 r Y ?''&. 'stY Mccormick has raised the white flag on war dope Medill JklcCormick, -who got pinch ed in Mexico City with Richard Hard ing Davis by Hiierta's army, blew back to town today, anxious to get rid of his job as a war correspondent. Mac's going to see Vic Lawson, for whose Daily News he's been corre - spending, this afternoon. He wants Vic to release him. Mac is putting up the argument that his contract was over when hos tilities in Mexico ceased. He ought to tell about the hostilities ceasing to Brother Bert, who, as boss of The Trib, has been shooting as much war . bunk as Hearst. If Vic released him, Mac is going east to talk to Roosevelt. He says that the colonel will -surely make a western trip. Mac wanta him to get particularly in the home districts of Joe Cannon and Bill McKinley, two of the old Republican guardsmen who have been fought pretty hard by the Bull Moose party. As he left the Progressive head quarters some one' asked him how he, one of the owners of The Trib, hap pened to be under contract to Vic Lawson. "I'm a newspaper man,"-he replied. o o j BIG CORPORATIONS COME ; THROUGH IN TAX .DEAL Big corporations got under the tax wire yesterday ere State's Att'y Hoyne's big war club fell. ' Marshall Field & Co. scheduled i $7,875,600. Of this $6,825,600 repre- sents the personal property in the wholesale and retail houses -and - $800,000 is for the West Side ware- , ' house, while $250,000 is the capital stock. ! John R. Thompson's restaurants were scheduled at $41,700. Weegh- man's are valued at $15,000. Seven banks listed a total of $24, 000,000. They are: State Bank of r Chicago, $4,170,000 ; Merchants' Loan I and Trust, $10,140,000; Old Colony I , JTrust and Savings, $690,000; North- f ern Trust Comniny, 82,715,000; Na tional Bank of the Republic. $3,220, 000, and National City Bank, $2,600, 000; People's Trust and Savings, $690,000. o o LINDSEY TO GO THROUGH TQ ROCKEFELLER WITH CASE New York, May 22. Fresh from a conference with President Wilson in Washington, Juvenile Judge Ben B. Lindsey of Denver arrived here today on his way to Tarrytown, where he said he proposed to lay before John D. Rockefeller the true condition of affairs in the Colorado mine strike. Lindsey, accompanied by his wife vand wives and children of several miners, said he would undertake his mission to Pocatinco Hills, in spite of Rockefeller's announced determin-' ation not to see him and regardless-of the resolution forwarded to President Wilson by the Denver Chamber of Commerce that Lindsey does not rep resent the state of Colorado, but in terested himself in the strike to further his political ambitions. CLAIM CHARGES AGAINST AMMONS UNJUST ' Denver, Col., May 22. That vio lent, Unjust and irrational charges are being made against Gov. Amnions, the state troops and other factors of law and order in Colorado will be told President Wilson at Washington by Mrs. Helen Grenfell, representing the Law and Order League, who is en route to the national capital, today. To counteract the effect of the statements made by Judge Lindsey and the wives of striking miners in Washington yesterday, Mrs. Grenfell will tell the" league's version of the Colorado strike situation. She will read a letter issued recently by the league declaring the militia were not to blame for "the battle of Ludlow." A nev'trouser skirt has been cre ated to permit freedom of movement on the golf cosrsf. i-B f tU-JI-rfJ-.