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HE'LL HANDLE DEFEN9E IN THE STRIKERS' CASES William A. Cunnea. Strike arrests are now close to 1,000. When the cases for jury trial are called in Judge Graham's court, Nov. 9, it is expected they will be over 1,000 in number. Work of directing the defense in these cases is on Wil liam A. Cunnea, attorney for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers. o o BOSTON STORE SUED FOR $10,00Q A $10,000 damage suit was filed against the Boston Store by Joseph McShane, attorney for James Bishop. Bishop is a public administrator and is suing for the relatives of Fred C. Davis, who waa killed- by .a Boston Store auto truck at Clyde, 111., on. Sept. 9. Davis was a mail carrier and was riding his motorcycle east on 27th st when the truck swung out of 58th ct and hit the Davis boy. o o - San Quention, Cal. Louis Bundy, 19, who killed Los Angeles messenger boy in 1914 to get money for his Christmas gife, was hanged at prison yesterday. PROBE ALLEGED OROZCO PLAN CONCERNING HUERTA San Antonio, Tex., Nov. x Fed eral authorities are investigating al leged confession of Jose Orozco re garding plot to restore Victoriano Huerta to power in Mexico. War rants are to be issued today, and it is believed at least dozen arrests would be made. Orozco who was chief lieutenant of his cousin, Pascual Orozco, and who now is prisoner at El Paso, is alleged to have stated that the Cler ical party in Mexico was back of the new revolt and that $11,000,000 was raised to support the movement. Agents were stationed in New York, New Orleans, Galveston and San Antonio. According to Orozco, the invaders were to seize Juarez, which Huerta was to proclaim as his provisional capital. Of the 6,000 rifles and sixty machine guns Orozco said had been ordered for the revolt, au thorities have recovered six of latter. o c- BIG WILSON-BRYAN SCRAP IS OFF WITH A BANG Washington, D. C, Nov. 6. What promised to be one of greatest polit ical battles in American history was fairly launched today. With declara tion of war by Former Sec. of State Bryan on President Wilson's national defense program, clear cut issue was before the country. One month from today congress reconvenes to write into law the nation's decision, for or against preparedness. Both sides indicated today that the struggle will be one of principle and not of personalities. President Wil son does not plan campaign of per sonal rancor. He does not intend to reply to Bryan's attack personally. For his part, Bryan, likewise, has planned fight along lines of principle. o o Tarrytown, N. Y. Little Finley J. Shepard, Jr., has had a playmate for the past few days and reports are being Circulated that the former Helen Gould is to adopt another goo, "iS&U.-ii. ..jiwiaifa." i.'!? iyiStiLaJji.