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COMMANDS MEX. ARMY OUTSIDE
of Huerta's forces guarding railroads
leading to Mexico City from Vera
General Maas, Mexican com
mander of Vera Cruz, who fled at the
approach of our bluejackets, is chief
Seaman C. D. Cameron, home wa3
at 108 Doescher street, Brooklyn, N.
Y., battleship Florida, seriously
wounded in attack on Vera Cruz.
NEWS OF THE-DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
$50,000 damage suit filed by Thos.
P. Beamish and Simon J. Gorman
against Capewall Horeshoe Nail Co.
Attorneys refuse to discuss case.
- Home of Harriett A. Bischoff, 4064
Broadway, damaged by fire. Loss
Dietrick Stopper, 5231 S. Sawyer
av., dropped dead at Madison and
State sts. Heart disease.
Mrs. Ignatz Kooperinski dragged
hubby into court. Claimed he drank.
Hubby sobbed, "She don't- like my
bow-legs."n Case dismissed.
William Moore, 16 months old, 52
E. 56th st., found some pills on dress
er. Swallowed them. Dead.
Manager of Roy Jones' cafe 'gone.
Bartender says business does not pay.
$27,000 plage may close for gogd
Joseph Bistetter, 2425 Diana court,
struck by street car. Skull fractured.
Body of unidentified man found in
quarry, Harvey, 111.
Fred Bolt, 16, 506 W. 103d st., ex
onerated. Shot brother. Coroner's
Abolition of committee on sites
recommended by chairman of inves
tigation committee of school board.
Open meetings advocated.
Frances Vander, 17, 2122 Green
wich av., found in "Union passenger
station. Runaway. Taken home.
Maxwell street open mart swept
by wind. Miniature tornado sent
chickens, dress goods and fish flying.
Suit - against Lt.-Gov. Barratt
O'Hara for $32.50 and interest by O.
A. Samuels continued until May 8.