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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 04, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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Brownsville, Tex. 100 constitu
tionalists killed and wounded in en
gagement at Ramones.
Indianapolis. Employes of In
dianapolis, Columbus & Southern
Traction Co. made de'mand for 35
cent an hour flat wage.
Washington. National capital's
"redlight" abatement law expected to
become effective today with signing
of measure by president.
Jefferson City, Mo. Att'y Gen.
Barker filed proceedings under anti
trust law against seven moving pic
ture companies operating in Missouri
through Mutual Film corporation.
Columbus, O. Ohio legislature
adopted measure providing for teach
ing of agriculture in rural schools.
Springfield, Mo. Louis Freedman,
proprietor of mercantile establish
ment, arrested on charge of embez
zlement of $1,500.
Lincoln, Neb. Cashier A. C. Felt
of First Nat'l Bank at Superior, Neb.,
which closed ilts doors several weeks
ago, indicted by federal grand jury.
El Paso, Tex. Reported Gen. Villa
issued warning that all Spaniards
captured in constitutionalist march
on Torreon will be executed.
Washington. Senator Owen de
clares he will attend Democratic rally
at Springfield Feb. 9 despite intima
tions from state attorney general and
auditor of Illinois that his presence
will not be conducive to Democratic
Washington. Rep. Keating de
clared Pres. Wilson and Sec'y of
Commerce Redfield were backing his
demand for publicity in beet sugar
situation in Colorado.
Newark, N. J. 400 men ranging in
ages from 18 to 70 assembled in front
of City Hall demanding work. Dis
persed by police.
Albany, N. Y. Prediction that
Theodore Roosevelt will be next gov
ernor of New York "unless grafters
are driven from state," made by Wm.
Sulzer, deposed governor.
Chieff, Scotland. Militant suffra
gets set fire to two Perthshire houses.
Ress House totally destroyed; Ader
schite Castle partly burned.
New York. Paul H. Liebler, the
atrical producer's brother, slashed his
throat with razor. Dead.
New York. to give girls poise and
breadth of military training Gen. Mrs.
J. Hungerford Milbank has organized
U. S. Columbians.
New York. "God rest his soul,"
was prayer of Bowery homeless when
2,750 pairs of shoes and socks were
given away as was the late "Big Tim"
Sullivan's custom on anniversary of
his mother's birth.
Cincinati, O John W. Jones, 65,
leaped 50 feet to death from roof of
his home after alleged attempt to
murder his wife. Quarrel. Mrs. Jones
may not recover.
Denver. Wm. Robertson has $50.
Must go to jail is he doesn't pay ?50
alimony, also if he don't pay $50 rent.
Asked advice of county which jail
route to take. ,
IN POLITICS NOW
"I hp.ar vnur snn has ecmp. into
"Yes; he wasn't able to get any
kind of work."