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Joseph Drost, inmate of Chicago
State Hospital, escaped by cutting
screen on ground floor. Search on.
Eight families living in double 3
story flat building, 3116 W. Madison
St., driven out by fire in tailor shop
on first floor. Slight damage.
Mabel Sturtevant, University of
Missouri co-ed, pleaded not guilty to
using mails to defraud. Will be tried
Seventy-five Chicgaoans holding
meeting to promote non-partisan
election next spring.
Mayor urges $10,000,000. loan for
subway. Orders plans drawn.
Winnipeg. John Krafehenko, no
torious robber, arrested charged with
holding up Bank of Montreal at Plum
Coulee and killing Manager Arbold.
Indianapolis. Mysterious gray
auto, carrying five men figured in
second attack on non-unionists. No
Washington. Postmaster General
Burleson says there is concerted de
mand fro mevery section of U. S. for
public ownership of telephone and
Mexico City. Congress declared
October election void. Huerta provi
sional president until next election.
Washington. Pres. Moyer, West
ern Federation of Miners, appealed to
American Federation of Labor to
"protect constitutional rights" of
copper mine strikers in jDalumet,
San Francisco. Under slogan,
"Our own nickels in our own pock
ets" city will take over ownership of
another line of street cars.
Mexico City. In event "of trouble
threatening safety of foreigners here,
marines from international fleet, now
Off Vera Cruz, would be rushed to
Indianapolis, Ind. Ex-Mayor Lew
Shank is on vaudeville tour in West.
Portland, Ore. Immigration Com
missioner Caminetti gives warning
that Hindu .immigration .problem!
threatens to become as serious as
was that of Chinese before yellow
men were excluded.
Washington. Sec'y of Agriculture
Hquston says department's state
ment yesterday, attributing high egg
prices to "natural causes," was not
meant to cover cold storage eggs.
By Jim Manee.
OP Weather Man. your generous
With snow, that sure is righto;
And when you order out a storm
It comes with all its mighto.
But, here's a kick we'd like to make,
The next storm that you sendfer,
Just scatter it around a bit,
Don't give it all to Denver.
P. S. Snowflake, snowflake, in the
sky; before' you hit here you always
"What caused you to become a
"The family physfcian, ma'am. He
advised me to take long wlaks after
meals, and I'va been walking after
them ever since."
Fair tonight and Thursday; slight
ly colder tonight; lowest temperature
tonight about 30 degrees; moderate
northwesterly winds. Temperature
-Tuesday highest, 43; lowest, 35.