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Grand Rapids, Mich. Victor L.
Palmer, ex-secretary Michigan Bug
gy Co., Kalamazoo, sentenced to two
years at Fort Leavenworth on charge
of using mails for fraudulent pur
poses. Cincinnati. U. S. Postoffice In
spector Griswold seeking sender of
stick of dynamite to Thos. Egan, head
of J. A. Fay & Egan Co.
Albany, N. Y. Gov. Glynn vetoed
McClelland bill, which puts Chris
tian Scientists on legal equality with
doctors of medicine.
Santa Fe, N. M. Mayor Carter H.
Harrison and son left last night for
New York. Life insurance com
panies issuing war policies for bene
fit of those about to engage in naval
or military service in Mexico.
St. Paul. Progressives of Minne
sota adopted resolution supporting
Pres. Wilson and congress "in their
efforts to uphold our national honor
in the present crisis."
. South Bend, Jnd. Jos. LaskowskiJ
1,05, probably oldest man in Indiana,
Holland, 'Mich. Fire destroyed
home of John Cloegsma, Three chil
i New York. Dis't Att'y Whitman
received letter from Hans Schmidt,
awaiting execution for murder of An
na Aumueller, in which he declared
another man who Had performed
criminal operation was really respon
sible for death.
Atlanta, Ga. Three affidavits seek
ing .to fix guilt for murder of Mary
Phagan upon James Conley, negro
factory sweeper, submitted in Su
preme Court by attorneys for Leo M.
Washington. Aggregate loss of
$150,000,000 suffered'by U. S. in meat
animals result of disease and ex
posure in 1913, according to report
of Dep't of Agriculture.
New York. Levy aMyer of Chi-
cago told "Dis't Att'y Whitman he.ex-
pects to raise $1,000,000 for credit
ors of Siegel bank.
Washington. Nomination of Rob
ert H. Terrell, negro, as municipal
judge for District of Columbia con
firmed by senate. Held up two
months because of opposition of Sen
ators Vardman of Mississippi and
Smith of South Carolina.
Madiaon, Wis. Fire due to light
ning destroyed Christ Presbyterian
Church. Loss $20,000.
Sandusky, O. Charles ("Red")
Kelly of Chicago indicted for first
degree murder on charge of killing
SAYS MAN TOOK MONEY TO
KEEP NAME OFF TAX LIST
Rudolph Nechaiinky, a saloon
keeper, 3057 Millard avenue, last
night accused Thomas Conway and
William K. Joy, deputy assessors, of
having accepted money to keep his
name off the tax-lists.
He claimed that they visited his
saloon yesterday and demanded $2
to put over the job for him. As soon
as they had left he called the Lawn
dale police station and they were ar
rested on charges of disorderly con
duct. John Koloska, 3034 S. Albany ave
nue, a motorman, said he was a wit
ness to the transaction.
Frank W. Koralaski, secretary of
the board of assessors, said it looked
to him like "obtaining money under
THREE NEAR DEATH
The new Morrison Hotel Building,
Madison and Clark streets, nearly
claimed the lives of three workmen
yesterday when they were caught
under a scaffold which fell from the
fifth to the fourth floor.
Alexander Decourcey, 51, 2Stll Ber
lin street, may be crippled for life,
due to an injury of the spine. The
two others were also badly hurt
Body of unidentified man found in
quarry, Harvey, BL .