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SUNKEN SAILING SHIP'S SKIPPER'S WIFE AND
SONS SAFE IN U. S.
Mrs. H- H. Kiehne and her two sturdy American youngsters, snapped1
on board the Eitel Frjedrich at dock in Newport News, where the raider
sought refuge after sinking the American ship sailed by Mrs. Kiehne's hus
band. The voyage was one long terror for Mrs. Kiehne, whose great fear
was that an English warship might find and sink the Eitel Fritz, with her
two boys on board.
ATTACKS MAN DEL B.ROS.
"Mandel Brothers' sub-basement
salesroom is running in violation of
Jaw," said Wr. E. Rodriguez, Socialist
candidateTor alderman 15th ward, at
Ywasek hall, Augusta and Newton
sts., last night. "If a group of wait
resses striking for a living wage at
tract a crowd in the street by pick
eting they are arrested as lawbreak
ers. If the Mandel Bros.' store op
erates a sub-basement conducive to
the white- plague and in violation of
the lafw as laid" down by a decision of
the supreme court upholding a city
ordinance, nobody at the Mandel
store is touched by the corporation
counsel or the police. If I am elected
alderman this is the first matter of
public business I will give attention
to at the city hall."
KILLS ACTRESS ON STAGE
San Francisco, March 19 Isaac1
Lizraki, a dancer in one of the "Zone"
theaters of Panama-Pacific exposi-'
tion, who shot and; killed "Princess
Turkait" on the stage during the per-' i
formance last night and fired pro-:
miscuously out into audience, refused I
to gave "any reason for his act. '