1909 December 8 Hbg Telegraph
Flour without patents $4.50 winter grades. $5.20 $1.1814 S3ic, fill 5.50; $12.00 $25.00 113 refining. mo for a. five to seven per cent, increase, ,et - fertive December 15, and that the trainmen, trainmen, switchmen, bollermakers, machinists machinists and enginemen have almost completed completed negotiations . that look promising promising for increase on January 1. - Illinois Central Refused Demand. ' Chicago Dee. S. ' ' The demand of the telegraph operators employed by the Illinois Central Railroad company and affiliated with the Order of Railroad Telegraphers for an increase of ten per cent. - in wages was reiusecl Dy tne officials of the road. . Had Narrow Escape Special to the Telegraph. Lebanon, Doc. 8. Caught last night between freight trains going in opposite opposite directions, John and Sarah Geib escaped serious injury, but were badly. badly. bruised. Tho shoes were torn from the girl's feet. bail each. CHARGED WITH THREAT Edward F. Kohlcr Said to Have Been Anxious to Perforate Edward IDp - pcnstccl With Bullets Edward F. Kohler, 119 South Sec ond street, was arrested last night charged with threatening the life of ( Edward Hippensteel, 1022 South Ninth street. It was stated at a hear ing that Kohler went to Hippensteel's home and asked to have him come out to the street in order that Kohler might fill him with bullet holes. Some one objected to Kohler keeping company company with Miss Hippensteel and Kohler Kohler blamed the brother. Alderman Spayd held Kohler for court under bail.