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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 04, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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chtet plot to kill the wealthy men.
Aharno is pictured above at left.
Above at right are the two bafcibs.
ITALIANS BLAME. DETECTIVE
FOR BOMB OUTRAGE
1 New York, March 4. The case of
tee two young Italians caught red
handed in an attempt to blow up St
Patrick's cathedral took a new turn
today. The two men swore Amedo
Pulignano, the young detective who
paused the arrest, engineered the
scheme even to the point of making
he,bombs. They merely helped him,
The police department vigorously
denied their accusations.
?r TELEGRAPH BRlEFS
Berlin, Wis. Paul Gehrke, farmer,
shot and instantly killed by 18-year-old
son. Intoxicated, had threatened
to kill wife.
Quebec Mrs. Marie Louise Tal
bot, 35, and 3 children burned to
death when flat was destroyed by
fire. Talbot es'caped with 3-year-old
girl by jumping from second-story
Liverpool. Anchor liner Tuscania
from New York arrived here yester
day. Voyage uneventful
Beacon, N. Y. Edw. M. Granger,
i dre'man of gang of workmen on New
York Central, stayed in shed in which
2 tons of dynamite was stored and
fought fire to save lives of 300 school
Jamestown, N. Y. 25 families
driven from upper floors of Werner
block by fire. Loss $75,000.
a Washington. State dep't officials
will jiot go further into case of Wer
jier Home, German alleged dynamit
er of Vanceboro, Me., international
bridge, until British government pre
sents Its record and asks for extradl
ttton? h Washington. Thousands of pleas
for embargo on arms exports reached
state dep't yesterday.
Washington. One section of house
hill For government to lease coat,
phosphate, oil, gas, potassium or so
dium lands passed by senate.
Washington.Under $36,000,000 leg
islative, executive and judicial bill,
passed -by house, congressmen will
get 20 cents per miletD and from
Kalamazoo, Mich. Ben Banben- )
poolder, 35, laborer, probably fatally
injured at state hospital. Literally
choked by steam in boiler he was
Ann Arbor, Mich. Milton Starks,
30, negro, shot and probably fatally
wounded when caught robbing fra
ternity house at university.
St Louis, Mo. Jacques Beck, pres.
Young Men's Hebrew ass'n of St
Louis, missing. Investigation being
made into condition of various funds
he handled. s
Washington. Conferees having
agreed to keep Taylor "stop watch"
efficiency ssytem out of government
arsenals, house passed army bill.
Racine, Wis. John Weil, 22, Mil
waukee, sentenced to 18 months in
state prison for entering freight car
and stealing spark plugs; value $38.
New York. Miss Ella Francis
Hobby died of dog bite received years
ago. The bite developed itno tuber
culosis of the bone.
SAYS HE'LL FLY BRITISH FLAG
New York, March 4. When the
White Star liner Baltic sailed for Liv- a
erpoVl today Captain J. B. Ransom
declared that he would ont fly the
American flag as a subterfuge in the
"I'll fly the British flag from here M.
to hell," he said.
The Baltic took 145 passengers.
WONDA IF SHE SNORED
New York, March 4. "Miss
Smiles," the 40-year-old rhinoceros
at Central Park, slept last night for
the first time in weeks. She has been
troubled with insomnia. A rat terrier
stood guard and kept rodents away.