Newspaper Page Text
THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
CeorgetoWn, Del. C..B. Shockley
invented rail bolt he dreamed of. Of
fered ? 50,000 for patent
Ann Arbor, Mich. Mary Angel is
working way through college' sham
Boston. Jennie Hilton, arrested
for shoplifting, says a woman gave
her a pill that made her steal.
Cambridge, Mass. William Pen
rose Hallowell, Jr., Minneapolis, Har
vard sophomore, dead from overdose
v Boston. Patrick J. Moriarity,
stone mason, saved child who fell
from third story window 'by' catch
ing her in his arms.
San Bernardino-;Mrs. Florence
Barrett-Richardson, 19, confessed
bigamist, admitted she broke parole
by smoking cigarettes. Must spend, 3
years in San-Quentin prison.
Aberdeen-; S. D. South side of
business' section of .Warner was de
stroyed by fire.. Loss $250,000. s"
Newcastle", Ind. Business houses
closed to enable men to, search for.
CatherineAVinters. Mysteriously diB-
Aurora. Farmers of Kane county
to be taxed 5 cents an acreto pay sal
ary of Prof. Reidhelmer, soil expert
Muncfe.lnd. Twenty quarts nitro
glycerin foundfloating in White river
today. Believed to have been buried
by McManigal, aid of McNamara
Seattle. Coroner Lewis ordered
inquest into death, of Mrs. Mary T.
Bailey, Tacoma, at "fast cure." sani
tarium of Mrs: Linda B. Hazzard at
Olalla. Second suspicious death
there. - t.t
Los Angeles. Chasr Nicholsr 25,
Pasadena, arrested for failure to sup
port family, cried himself to death, in
Washington. President Wilson
gave message to Congress. Approves
Illinois Democratic, senatorial choice
f Pljfmoufb Mass.-r-sMrs. Jessie
Eaton indicted for murder -of "hus
band, Rear Admiral J. G. Baton, with
arsenic in. cereal drink.
Carson City, Nev. Gov. Odie
signed recall law.
San Francisco. Berkley women
of woman pure food inspector. .
Rome. International crook ar
rested for robbing Thomas Bourke,
former Chief Justice of Washington,
and Samuel Dodge, Cleveland mil
lionaire, at Sunday service at St
Fulto'n, Mo. Mrs. Bettie Galwith
Hood, wealthy heiress, charges hus-
band with unfaithfulness and threats'
to kill her. Wants divorce.,
Seattle Conspiracy to smuggle
Chinese laborers '.into country' dis
guised as students discovered. -
Waukegan. Max Rehman, Chi
cago real estate man, arresteS on
.charge of embezzlementof funds of
foreigners living in Waukegan.
- Los Angeles. J. A. Ktrnberly, mil
lionaire head of Kimberly-Clark
Paper Co., Neenah, Wis., sjeriously ill.
i o o
MAV VOTE TONIGHT TO, STRIKE
The garment workers of" Hart,
Schaffner & Marx will, hold a third,
joint conference tonight They are
still hoping it will not necessary to
call a strike, -but unless they are noti
fied today that the wage and hours,
they want will be given them a vote,
will be taken tonight to call a strike..
If a 'strike isHecidsd upon, the gar
ment workers will go out of .Hart,
Schaffner & Marx on April 1. They
feel that they are in a much stronger
position this tune to. enforce their der
mands and are much more confident .
of winning than they.werea year ago.
An ex-president, of Harvard and an
ex of Princeton college as ambassa
dors to Great Britain and Germany,
eh? Putting 'em in swallow-tails'
-and knee-breeches is Wppdrow's way
.bispJyhigjour jepreaaents: problem