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Milwaukee. 10-year-old boy con
fessed to police he collected gang his
own' age -and schooled them to rob
Houston, Tex. Lone highwayman
escaped with $7,000 from Guarantee
State bank. Shot and captured after
Washington. Census of jobs be
gun by postoffice, labor and agricul
tural dept under direction of Sec'y
Austin, Tex. Dallas representative
Introduced in legislature bill to tax
jitney buses $50 annually and re
quiring them to put up $5,000 bond
New York. Wm. Travers Jerome
notified that his services would be nc
longer required in case of Harry K
Thaw. Had been appointed special
ass't atf y general few weeks ago to
handle Thaw case.
Washington, Pres. Wilson will
confer today with congress -conferees
on immigration bill before deciding
to sign or veto it.
Lnnsiner. Mich. Statewide prohibi
tion will be asked for Michigan in
bill to be submitted in senate by
New York. Determined opposition
to administration shipping bill pend
ing in senate declared by Wm. How
ard Taft, former president.
Washington. Gen, Carranza de
nied in telegram to his agents here
that he rescinded his restrictive order
regarding oil development in Tux
pam and Tampico districts as re
quested by British and American gov
ernments. New York. Directors of the U- S.
steel corporation passed dividend on
common stock. Regular quarterly
1 Per cen voted on preferred stock.
Des Moines, la. Bill to fix mini
mum wage for women and appren
tices and for children learning trades
introduced in senate.
Pittsburgh. "The International
Believing Association" is name of
youthful band of auto bandits .nonrta
toils. "To relieve rich of their bur
den" was its object.
Joplin. W. F. Helps, owner of the
Menace, anti-Catholic publication;
Marvin Brown, managing editor, an
Rev. T. C. Walker, editor, named in
Indictments returned by federal
grand jury charging transmission of
improper matter through mails.
Pittsburgh. Arnold Meyers, 14-year-old
office boy, laughed at stut
terings of a big fat man. Physicians
says he will recover.
Berlin. James Creelman, Amer
ican war correspondent, seriously ill
here. Heart trouble and Bright's
INDICT FOUR MQRE AS RESULT
OF MCLAUGHLIN'S STORY
Four more union men were in
dicted yesterday by the federal grand
jury as a result of "Boss" McLaugh
lin's story that they tried to make
him come across with graft money.'
The men are: Mike Norris, 3251 W.
Congress, Lime, Stone and Cement
Teamsters' union; John Haley, Lime
Stone and Cement Teamsters' union;
J John Miller, 2662 Diversey pkwy.,
Coal Teamsters' union No. 704, and
John Lynch, Local No. 731, Excavat
ing TeamBters' union, and assistant
business agent of Locals Nos. 703,
704 and 705.
Washington. Senator Pomere of
ficially asks restrictions on manufac
ture of spaghetti, vermicelli and
noodles. He made no provision
whereby it will be easier to juggle
New York. Charles Pomerantr,
17, told Magistrate Deuel "he was one
of those criminals Henry Ford want
ed to reform" and asked to be sent
Boston. -The kaiser's birthday was
celebrated today with a band concert
on Boston common, rendered by
bands from ht interned German
steamers Kronprinsessin Cecilia