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"beat their workers into submission,"
Aid. Kennedy stated. "This vote is
registering public opinion. I hope
that the mayor and the chief of po
lice will reflect this public opinion
and bring out a settlement of this
strike. -Let them putralljhe pressure
to bear they can to make these manu
facturers come to terms. They can
do it if they will."
The order was pased by a vote of
62 to 6.
FIVE TO TAKE UP SOME HOT
This morning Aid. Lynch of the
police committee will appoint five al
dermen who will compose a sub-committee
which wili.take up some red
hot reports which Aid. Kennedy and
Buck propose the committee return
to the council.
Both Buck and Kennedy want to
pass measures to prevent further
strikes and police brutality. Both
have drastic resolutions affecting the
policy of the police department in the
handling of the strikers.
At the meeting late yesterday after
noon the police committee voted not
to turn in a report to the council So
last night Aid. Rodriguez introduced
an order calling for a report from this
committee. The order was passed
and the committee was instructed to
bring in a report next Monday night
At the meeting of the Chicago joint
executive board of Int'l Bakery and
Confectionary Workers' union a res
olution was passed protesting, to the
mayor and chief of police against the
use of the police in crushing strikes.
Copies of the resolution were today
presented to both the mayor and
DEBS PREACHING SUFFRAGE IN
New York. Eugene V. Debs, many
times Socialist candidate for presi
dent, is holding nightly meetings here
preaching the suffrage gospel in all
parts of the city.
Cincinnati. Charles P. Taft, own
er of Cubs, denied team had been
sold. Refused to say whether there
was deal in prospect
Butte, Mont Sixteen dead and
one dying casualties in explosion of
500 pounds of dynamite in mine.
Paris. Many killed and wouhded
111 lautuij GApiUDlUi. lAJUaj. JL'JlLjr A
bodies already taken from debris. '
Washington. President Wilson
signed embargo proclamation against
shipping of arms or ammunition into
Mexico to opponents of recognized
Berlin, via Amsterdam. Ambassa
dor Gerard presented to Foreign Min
ister Von Jagow Monday plea from
President Wilson for stay of execu
tion in case of certain English and
Belgium women condemned to death
on espionage charges.
Como, Italy. Porter Charlton trial
suspended until Friday. Court grant
ed defense's plea for delay owing to
illness of Charlton's chief counsel.
Cadillac., Mich. Closing Cadillac N
public schools because of danger of
diphtheria epidemic believed immi- &
nent following death of son of former
School Commissioner Wm. Faunce I
from disease. F
Coteblanche, La. Small vessel t
Twin -Sisters, suspected of being Ger-
man privateer, went ashore here.
New York. Defeat of woman suff
rage in New Jersey will have no ap
preciable effect on New York cam
paign, suffrage headquarters an-'
Sterling, III. Rev. W. H. Penhal
lgon, Decatur, elected moderator of
Presbyterian Synod of Illinois at .
meeting here, to succeed. Rev. A. S. '
New York. W. K. Vanderbilt was
no better than steerage when he ap
plied for passport. He had as much
trouble identifying himself and get
ting certified as might plain John