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Police believe Bullero fears .revenge
by friends of accused.
1 Edmund R. Polk, marriage "mill"
artist, obtained cbange of venue.
Case assigned to Judge aMrtin's court
for Feb. 13. .
$1,102,226 collected for import duties
at Chicago during January.
Hanford F. Donnelly and R. H.
Simpson want $25,000 from Ralph
JSmergreen for alleged libel.
Michael Roti, 1922 Federal st., shot
in abdomen by Pasquale Viterati.
p.oti taken to hospital.
. Frank Nerad and son Otto fined
25 each under fraudulent advertis
., Stephen Sarsfield, 83, charged with
begging, sent to Oak Forest. Frank
Henderson, legless, released on same
John Warring confessed killing
inan in Jersey City. Will be taken
ack for trial.
CREW OF TUG POTOMAC DRIFT
AROUND IN SEA OF ICE
. Washington, Feb. 11. The naval
tug Potomac continues" to drift help
lessly about in the center of an ice
field in the Bay of Islands and is with
out any means of extricating herself.
Equipped with provisions intended for
forty Maine fishermen whose fleet is
Deing crushed in the ice jam, little
danger from lack of food confronts
(he 36 members of the tug's crew, but
the coal bumpers have undoubtedly
3 Sec'y of the Navy Daniels is con
sidering despatching one of the most
powerful vessels in navy to crush a
path through the ice and tow the tug
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COXEY FOR GOVERNOR
Masillon, O., Feb. 11. "General"
J. S. Coxey of Coxey's army fame to
day announced his candidacy for gov
ernor subject to the Socialist jefer
hduni. Coxey declared he would lead a
march of 1,000,000 unemployed to
Washington during the year with a
female band of forty pieces and 1,000
trained voices to sing the "Marseil
laise" before Congress and points en
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HALL OF FAME FOR WOMAN WHO
. New York. "The Business Wo
man's Hall of Fame" is not the official
title of the industrial exhibition now
being given by the women workers of
New York, but that's really what this
unique exhibit of arts and crafts
amounts to. In the "temple of fash
ion," the "boudoir of beauty," the
"house of luxury," the -"booth of 100
comforts" and other departments,
every woman who works will find a
place to display the product of hand
Mrs. W. H. Taft is honorary presi
dent of the Woman's Industrial As
sociation, which arranged the exhibit.