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store on State st Each time arbi
tration has been refused."
Simpson is the head of a committee
of 50 Chicago citizens appointed by
Mayor Thompson to bring prosperity
to Chicago. Labor meiusay if Simp
son has his way he -would wreck
every union in Chicago.
"I haven't exact figures at hand,"
said Olander, "but I know profits of
Marshall Field & Co. two years ago
ran above $10,000,000 for their retail
store alone. There's no financial
reason why they should lock out their
old hands. These men came here
from England under direction of old
man Dowie. They taught the lace
makers of Zion city how to do the
work. Now they're thrown out be
cause they protested against the in
creasing number of young people
brought in to learn the work and to
do it for a lower wage while older
men were laid off."
Lake county circuit court judges
have enjoined Pres. Wm. H. Mayfield,
Sec'y J. W. Bullard and 59 members
of the union from "combining with
others to injure the complainant." It
"You are commanded each and ev
ery one of you that you do absolutely
desist and refrain from in any man
ner interfering with the business of
the Zion City Lace Industries, and
from picketing or in any manner in
fluencing any person from freely en
KILLS RIVAL AND SELF
New York, July 12. Because she
would not encourage his love, Cesare
Bravo, ex-naval attache at the Peru
vian Legation in Washington, at
tempted to shoot Miss Gertrude Ives,
of Niagara Falls, murdered James
Cooney, of Duluth, who had tried to
shield the girl from the Peruvian's at
tentions and killed himself aboard
the steamship Tennyson of the Lam
port & Holt line.
Fred Klewitz, cigar manufacturer,
1842 Cuyler ave., suicide. Gas.
1 PARIS ADMITS DEFEAT BY GER
MANS RUSS PUSHED BACK
Grimsby, Eng. Crew of trawler
Syrian, shelled and sunk in North
sea yesterday, landed here.
Paris. Furious German night at
tack south of Souchez, in which en
emy used thousands of asphyxiating
bombs, forced French to evacuated
Souchez cemetery and portions of ad
Berlin. Capture of Souchez cem
etery and destruction of important
English works in Lorette hills by ter
rific bombardment reported in war
office statement. Also claimed cap
ture of more than two miles of Rus
sian trenches along Suwalki-Kalvaria
Geneva, July 12. 7,000 Austrians
surrendered to Italian armies since
beginning of war.
Constantinople, via Berlin Wire
less. British battleship of Lord Nel
son type heavily shelled by Turkish
forts near Gaba Tepe and forced to
withdraw. Several Turkish projec
tiles exploded over warship's deck
and are believed to have done con
Reports that there has been any
violent fighting on Gallipoli peninsula
since the last attempt by the Anglo
French near Krithia was beaten back
with heavy losses discredited. Ex
cepting sporadic attacks on Turkish;
right and intermittent bombardment
by allied warships there has been on
activity at Dardanelles.
London. Lord Kitchener and Pre
mier Asquith witnessed repulse of a
German counter-attack against Brit
ish lines north of Ypres on July 7.
From Ypres they were driven W
northward to Belgian front and con
ferred with King Albert. In two days'
along battle front Lord Kitchener in-'
spected practically whole British ex-"
peditionary force and some French
Gust Lousch, 4534 S. Hermitage
av., fined $5 for selling milk below
grade in butter fat(