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PICK MEN FOR CONFERENCE OF
SOCIALISTS NEXT YEAR
Morris Hillquest, Victor L. Ber
ger, Emil Seidel, Oscar Ameringer,
Charles Russell and George R. Kirk
patrick have been chosen to represent
America in the international Socialist
peace conference at Copenhagen
around the first of next year.
The American delegation has re
quested that the proposed meeting be
deferred from the December date to
Jan. 17. At this date the TJ. S. men
could attend without discomfort
Chippewa Falls, Wis. J. P. Hard
ing, Boyd, Wis., shot and killed Gor
don Chase, Donald, Wis. Mistook
him for deer.
BIG DAY BOOK SCOOP ?
The Trib's an old fogy in some
It stuck to the 'mysterious John,
Jones" stuff this morning while the
Herald and Examiner came across
with Weigle's name.
The Herald was fair enough to give
The Day Book, credit for finding out
that John Jones was Louis J. Weigle.
It was The Day Book that got Miss
McKinney to go to Weigle's office and
identify him .
Gee, but how the other papers hate
to admit to their readers that there is
such a live newspaper in Chicago as
The Day Book.
The Trib must be jealous.
The American said it knew who
"John Jones" was, but didn't tell be
cause he had been found not guilty.
The other papers trailed. -
The cold fact is that all of the other
papers played "John Jones" as a big
mystery for days, AND
The Day Book got busy and found
out that "John Jones" was Louis J.
Weigle, and took Miss McKinney to
his office to identify him.
Moral If you want to know the in
side of the live news in Chicago read
The Day Book every day.
By Jim Manee
Since they've put the ban on riding
On the rear of our street cars,
Lots of good fresh air and stretching
In the open this move bars.
But a real kick sure is coming
And, I claim, hard luck is mine,
For I often have to ride upon
The Hafsted street car line.
P. S. All aboard for the garlic spe
cial. Choo! Whew! Choo! Whew!
PROSECUTE COLLEGE HEAD FOR
LABOR LAW VIOLATION .,
President A. J. Harris of the North
western University is being prose
cuted in Justice of the Peace Beyer's
court in Evanston today by State Fac
tory Inspector Oscar Nelson on,
charge of working a telephone oper
ator in Willard Hall more than the 10
hours a day allowed by law.
CHICAGO GRAIN-Wheat lower.
Corn easier. Oats up. Provisions
Hot water is the best treatment for
a sprain. It relieves the soreness and
reduces the inflammation. Absolute
rest is necessary. After bathing the
injured part with hot water it should
be bandaged and- kept damp with
If the sprain is very bad this treat
ment may be used until the doctor
arrives. Always keep a bottle of
tincture of ammonia in the house to
be used in case of bruises, cuts or
wounds. Wet a cloth with it and ap
ply around the injured spot. It will
be found to be cooling and soothing,
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