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STohnsonst, and A. Summers, 1121- S:-
Miss Lena- Alenarider, 28, San
Francisco, wants local police to ai
rest Alexander Sampson, ;35, .who
formerly lived 'at 651 W. "North av.
She was engaged to him a year ago
and came here with him. to get mar
Tied. Says .he beat it with $400 in
Joseph Sikuta, 15, 3948 W. t2th
St., shot and severely wounded by.'D.
Doyle, 61,, 3926 W. 12th st. Sikuta
and several boys were teasing Doyle
and he shot into crowd. Arrested.
Mrs. WmGeier, 3347 S. Park av.,
and Mrs. C. S. Carry. 3422 S. Park
av., arrested for shoplifting, were
paroled because it was their first offense.
"J. C. Jordan. Lbs Angeles,, shot
himself while on Santa Fe train. Died
at St Luke's hospital. Suicide.
Police called to home of Walter
Sebenbrodt, 1567' Dodge av., to pre
vent him from .killing himself owing
to grief. 'Son kujedf himself Monday
' Wrh. Langdon, former city fireman,
11248 Stephenson av.. suicide. Gun.
Mrs. Pauline Marie Greene Jones,
42, Tudor hotel, E. Erie and Cass sts.,
heiress, dropped "dead in her room.
Believed heart disease. Inquest to be
held. . .
Body of week-old. baby found in
. alley between 1429 and 1431 S. Mor
gan st. Dead several hours. Police
50 families made homeless when
fire destroyed Consumers' "box fac
tory, 428 W. Ohio st $150,000 loss.
H. F. Meyer, 75, retired police ser
geant 2828 S. 5th av., 'dead. Ill two
H. J. Graham, dentist, : 2734 W.
North av., arrested, on complaint of
wife;. Mattfe, who says he. does not
support her, although his income is
5i00 a month. Said he-beat her and
threw ,her, over a fence -when she
tried to make him-stop beating their
-700 girls em
at ; Wellsville,
BITS OF NEWS
"l East "Liverpool', " O.
ployed in potteries
want more. pay.
Pierre, S. D. Home.pf J. p.. Green
wood, southern ,part..of state, was;
completely buried in snow. Called
his neighbors on 'phone. They- dug
him and his family out Npn one in-,
Los , Angeles. Mayor Alexander
,today received letter signed: "The
Grey Band" and fringed with dag
gers, coffins' and skulls. The. letter
wanted ,him to prohibit the sale of
McManigal's confessions and threat
ened to, kill him and blow Upthe ity
hall. Chief of Police Sebastian, says
he is worried!.
Karlsruhe'. The Zeppelin, 1,4,
largest military airship to be built,
which was accepted by German gov
ernment last 'week, was completely
wrecked today, while its crew was at
tempting to. make a landing during
a wind storm.
Columbus', O. Wm. Welch, 35; the
man who was given a life's sentence
for stealing a slabof bacon, was "par
doned, today by Gov. Cox,-
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SWITCHMEN MAY STRIKE
In an effort to. avert a strike of
5,000 switchmen on 19 railroads en
tering Chicago representatives of
railroads and the switchmen went
into conference today. Union leaders
were dubious about a peaceful set
tlement of differences, as officials of
the companies declared that under no
considerations would they make con
-Vic.e President Whitney of the
trainmen's 'organization was equally
firm m his demand that the com
panies either grant the demands of
the switchmen or agree to arbitra
tion. He said 'refusal by the road
officials would result in immediate
strike, tieing up .freight through Chi
cagoto the east and northwestt