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. i WHAT HAPPENED
Charleston, W.- Va. Gov. M. B?
Hatfield is to spend most of hi& time
in martial law district-until miners!!
troubles are peaceably settled.'
New York. Stephen Pantes, 10,
went home from a "movie" show and
cot father's revolver and "killed his 8t
-,mn---r.lA cicUr Wo O T1s vinpf "ffVW-
boy." w '
New York. Chas. Marcotta, Ital
ian, artist, starved to death in hs
studio, which was filled with pictures
"he was unable to sell. 1 .
Yaguajay, CubaMayor here to
' day paid Solis, bandit, a ransom of
$5,000 for the release of the mayor's
son. The youth was kidnapped more
than a week ago;
Birmingham, Ala.-J.r G. Oakley,
pres. state convict board, arrested io,
day, following public' hearing at
Montgomery to consider the $200,000
shortage" in the state convict dept.
Charged with embezzlement Police
looking for ThosLacey, alleged to
- have misatroroDriated $90,000,
Sanford, Man. F. O. Peterson, 27,
suicide. Gun. Temporarily insane.
Memphis, Term. Federal govern--ment
today filed suit for, $5,700
against the Yazoo & Miss. Ry. and
the I. C, which owns and operates
the former road. Alleges violation of
safety appliance laws.
Minneapolis. St. Paul police raid
ed legislative poker- game in local
' - lotel. Several legislators had to
slide down sheets to escape arrest
Rep. C. W. Bouck today introduced
bill' providing that all hotels with
poker rooms, shall, oe proviqea wiin
fn-n on fa ootoqh Rill wns
- referred to committees
Springfield, Hid Senator Martin B.
Bailey, Rep., of Danville was given
his seat in the Senate todafr by a
' unanimous vote. . "
Denver, CoJ Ed McKinley, 1, of
3 468 y. 28th"st, Chicago," who was
found here yesterday, and who .said
he had "been kidnapped by a negro,
has-cpnfessed that he ran awajr from
OUTSIDE CHICAGO -nr.
home and came here aI8he. ' Word
receivedfrom his mother. Said she is
too po'or to send money for his.return.
St. Louis. Robert Thomson, strik-
ing steamfitter,. shot, and seriously
wounded by Godfrey Conde, watch
man for American Car and Foundry
Co., who was ordered by his boss not
to Jet any strikers near the plant
Gonzales, Tex. Neighbors gath
ered at home of; Prank Mangum,
sick, and prepared to do his early
nlovine for-him. W. Hazero't and W.
Wilson quarreled oyer whichshould
plow first' Wilson stiot-Hazerot, who
Washington. George. Washington
University Hospital, through its head,
Dr.w W. Cf Borden, today announced
that it was open to Dr. F. F. Fried
mann for a demonstration of his
turtle culture tuberculosis cure.
POWERS TRICKED flfM 'OUT OF
NOMINATION, ORLANDO SAYS
Chicago, March 17", 1913.
Political .Editor: Dear Sir Owing
totfie fact that I have been tricked
out of the nomination, on the Pro
gresive ticket of the 19th ward by
my opponent, John Powers, who put
up a dummy on the day of the pri
maries and "got together about twen
ty fellows, who were arrested the
night-previous, in. a poolroom, raid.
Powers secured their release, and
told them they had to do a little work
for him. The work to do andwhich
thev did do was to eo from tirecinct
to precinct and write in the name bf
I, say that Powers fears 'me, and I
defy him. I challenge him toet my
name" be printed on the pfficial bal-,
lot. Yours resp'ectfully,
Independent Candidate for Alderman.
Rockefeller says he always leaves
the table wanting more. More what J
Tables? . " . .