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EVERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
. Cleveland, O. Grand jury failed to
find against Noran C. Stanley, Wheel
ing, W. Va., charged with murder of
Robert E. Mercer, Pittsburgh time
keeper. Jefferson City, Mo. 100 convicts
in clothing shop of James A. Houchin
struck. Said sour hash was served.
St. Louis, Mo. Henry Zang, slayer
of "Red'' Simon, gunman, released
under $2,000 bond on. old larceny
charge after jury had refused to in
dict him on murder charge. Simon's
gang has threatened to "get" Zang.
Galveston, Tex. Admiral Crad
dock, commander of- British cruisers
stationed in Mexican waters, declar
ed intervention should be last move
in Mexican trouble.
LaCrosse, Wis. Louis Johnson,
Minneapolis, confessed he"was assail
ant of Mrs. C. P. McRae. Wm.1 Grif
fith, charged with, crime, released.
Farmington, III. C! L. Brown, ex
press agent, alleged, to have been
slugged, bound and gagged by high
waymen whowere supposed to have
escaped with $6400 in currency, ar
rested on charge of embezzlement.
Springfield, III; Leonard Crunelle,
Chicago sculptor, named by Gov.
Dunne as member--of state art com
mission, to sucqeed Carl C. Beil, re
signed. Springfield, III. Gov. Dunne de
nied report that he would go to
Washington March 17 to confer with
Pres. Wilson in regard to patronage
and Illinois politics.
Madison, Wis. Fannie Epstein and
Jennie Isaacson, held .on charge of
stealing diamonds valued at$l,570
from Gem Jewelry store, declared to
be woman who on Oct. 23, 1913, stole
diamonds worth $1,200 from Stumpf
jewelry store, Chicago.
Peoria, III. Wm. H. Bourware, 42,
killed at Peoria State Hospital for
Insane. Roof of boiler house fell.
Memphis, Tenn. Claude Ander
son, cashier wrecked Mercantile
Bank, arrested jon five indictmentsl
charging embezzlement, larceny,
fraudulent breach of trust, making
false reports and receiving deposits
in insolvent bank.
Cambridge, Mass. Divorce peti
tion of Mrs. Louis B. Rantout, grand
daughter of James Russell Lowell,
dismissed without comment by Judge
Washington. Another storm due
over Middle West and East, according
to weather bureau experts.
Mexico City. "Rebels are worth
only eighteen cents each, price of
rope to hang them, and I've got a
million dollars to spend for rope,"
General Huerta stated.
Albany, N. Y. Anti-tipping bill in
troduced in New York legislature
making it misdemeanor for anyone
on land or water, within the state to
accept, promise, offer or receive a tip.
Washington. Defeat of equal suf
frage amendment resolution in sen
ate acknowledged by Senator Thom
as of Colorado, one of foremost ad
vocates of measure.
Washington. Industrial Workers
of the World and militant suffragets
put in same class by SJenator Sher
man, Illinois, in speech on equal suf
frage.' HOYNE GETTING READY FOR
State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne is
getting everything in readiness for
his coming ght against? the taxd'odg
ers who have for years been cheat
ing the, citizens of Cook County.
Yesterday , eight new assistant
state'sattorneys Were named to icarry
on the fight. The mien chosen are D.
G. Ramsey,-James R. Qulnri, Richard
Prendergast, James Gywn, John P.
Higgins;- Hart E. Baker, Morris
Schaeffer "and eHrbert C. Lust:
Ben Fin kj state's witness in "arson
ring" case, living well. Cigars, cigar
ettes, drinks, movies and card games