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David C. Calabreso, 1036 S. Mor
gan, stabbed in head by Michael Fot
David Wacupchi, 1334 S. Jefferson,
beaten by two men, reason unknown
James Caravatto, 913 Blue Island
av., beate"n when pointed gun at
Frank .Koglovky, 518 Bunkenst, who
shouted for help. Arrested and
k charged with carrying concealed
George Stabile 1108 N. Winchester
av., and brother Henry, 1158 W. 21st,
injured when auto was struck by 14th
st car. Presbyterian hospital.
Hasty Murine, 557 W. Taylor, had
pierfe taken from ar with knife by
unknown men. Reason unknown.
Body of Eugene Craft, watchman
employed by Abraham Burrell Co.,
found in river. Supposed accidental.
John Sefjig, 956 W. Chicago av., re
minded by wife that he had not work
ed in 2 years. Broke her arm with
poker. Sefjig arrested.
Jos. Lederer, 1946 School, dead.
M.rs. Eliza Clark, 80, and Caroline
Johnson in hospital. Fell on side
Simon Lauket, French, 10 years
resident of U. S., ignored call back to
colors. Has American wife and
babyk Scorned by friends.
Jacob Zila, teamster, 1736 W. 18th,
found dead. Gas. Sick.
Police searching for 2 youths. At
tempted to attack Ruth Anderson, 16,
1322 George st, rear of brickyard.
Girl cut in struggle.
KAISER DOESNT WANT ANTI
AMERICAN FEELING TO GROW
Washington, Feb. 15. In a note
fc presented to the state dep't today by
t. German Ambassador Von Bernstorff
Germany reiterated her request that
neutral shipping avoid the German
war zone and take instead the sea
track around Northern Scotland. The
war zone decree was frankly called
a measure of retaliation against
The Hague, Feb. 15. Kaiser Wil-
helm is irritated at the growth of an
anti-American feeling in his capital.
He has let it be known that he dis
approves some of the angry com
ments of the Berlin press,, aiid Berlin
newspapers today exhibited more re
straint in dealing with the American
Dispatches from Berlin today car
ried semi-official confirmation of the
report that the emperor had invited
United States Ambassador-Gerard to
his headquarters near the eastern
battle front to discuss a situation ad
The American ambassador, the ad
vices said, has accepted the kaiser's
invitation. He will leave for East
Prussia, accompanied by Chancellor
von Bethmann-Hollweg, and will en
deavor to acquaint the kaiser with
the exact attitude taken by America
toward Germany's warnings to neu
tral vessels that on and after Feb. 18
they will sail English waters at their
U.S. PLAYS HUMANITARIAN ROLE
r TO ENGLAND AND GERMANY
Washington, Feb. 15. America is
playing what state department offf
cials today called a humanitarian role
toward England and Germany, in ef-
forts to straighten out the food ship
ments tangle arising from Germany's
vow of vengeance on England and in
cidental threat that American com
merce would become involved.
If United States does take a hand
it will be on ground that British de
tention of American food cargoes,
Germany-bound, lays American ship
ping open to German submarine periL
But behind this, officials hinted, wfll
be the humanitarian idea of jgaving
both England and Germany from,
They declare their notes, already
addressed to these nations in the flag
misuse and war zpne situations, had
behind them the broad principle of
protecting both English and AniQri.-
J can lives.