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fuel for the great krupp works. Below (at left) typical homes of Krupp j
employes; at right, Krupp hospital at Essen, where wounded soldiers re
ceive the best care from the most noted surgeons of Germany.
NORWEGIAN TARS FEAR SUBS
MUTINY THREE SHOT
Queenstown, July 3? Fearing at
tack by German submarines, the
crew of the Norwegian bank Abys
sinia mutinied while the ship was ly
ing in the harbor here today.
In a bloody battle on the Abys
sinia's deck officers shot three of the
mutineers, wounding two fatally.
Queenstown police ran alongside in a
harbor boat, boarded the vessel and
quelled the disturbance. The Abys
sinia was still in the harbor here this
TOJ?E6AIN MY STRENGTH.
THE DOCTOR PECLAPED.
I MUST GO TO THE FARM
TO GET PEPAIRED-
-IT'S FUNNY. I
SEVEN DAYS ON THE FARM'
SHOULD MAKE ONE WEAK!
NELLIE AND HER PUPS STOOD
RIGHT WELL WITH DAVID
"I love my wife, but, oh, you bull
dog!" is the sentiment of David Ban
gas, 1006 N. Ashland av.
David is alleged to have left his
wife in Philadelphia over a year and
a. half ago with $600 debts to face,
but he brought Nellie his bulldog to
Chicago with him, paying $5 express
age on her.
After he had been here a while it
is alleged that David met Bessie Mil
ler and married her without letting
her know about the wife and the
debts in Philadelphia, but when Mrs.
Bangas the first got tired of waiting -for
David to come home and pay his
own debt she wrote a letter to Marian
Frank, a Jewish social worker, and
Miss Frank located Davis as the pos
sessor of a new life, and Nellie and
In the morals court Bangas was
sentenced to 8 months in the county
jail and he turned to Ass't State's
Att'y Augene P. Quirk and stretched
out his hands pleadingly.
"If my wife visits me in the jail can
she bring Nellie with her," he asked.
"I will miss Nellie so much."
GIRL POSES AS MAN SIX YEARS
Milwaukee, Wis. Jennie McNeil
24, was arrested for posing as a man.
Told police that she started the mas
querade six years ago to please hep
"Mother wanted a boy when I was
born and when she did not , get her
she was terribly disappointed," said
Miss McNeil. "I learned this when
I was 18 years old and decided, to
gratify her wish. At the first oppor
tunity I got a suit of boy's clothes,
had my hair clipped and went home
to mother. She was surprised, but
after I explained my reasons she
agreed to. let me become a man."