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New York. American Five & Ten
Cent Stores corporation today asked
its creditors for an extension. Lia
bilities $218,000, assets $442,000 Dr.
Nicholas Murray Butler, president of
Columbia university, one. of directors.
Paterson, N. J. Frederick Mooney,
who ran 6 blocks with Felix Gould's
pet lion chewing playfully on his legs,
has brought suit against Gould for
New York. Police raided "Hebrew
Synagogue" and arrested 63 patrons
found studying race charts instead of
Cleevland. 14-yr.-old boy climbed
into Lawrence Neuchr's barber chair.
"I want the latest college clip," said
the boy. After the boy had departed
Neuchr discovered his watch had, too.
French Lick, Ind. One of warring
nations must be studying pontics oi
Thomas Taggart's hotel. For several
nights a mysterious aeroplane with
a powerful searchlight has frightened
New York. Body of Herbert
Stone, son of Melville E. Stone, gen
eral manager of Associated Press and
victim of Lusitania disaster, recov
ered near mouth of river Shannon,
at Bally Bunnion, Ireland.
Buffalo, N. Y. Republic Metalware
Co. of this city turned down war or
der for munitions valued at $80,000,
000 because it "did not care to go into
manufacture of munitions for foreign
countries during present strife."
Washington. Att'y Gen. Gregory
predicted Atlanta and Ft. Leaven
worth federal prisoners will soon be
making uniforms, shoes and other
army supplies, as in Japan. Did not
think they would be trusted to manu
Albany, N. Y. New York women
won first fight in case of Madalina
Ferola, obtaining form Gov. Whit
man order that removes little Italian
woman from death cell.
St Louis. Reoreanization com-
pu'ttee of Wabash railroad yesterday j
bought railroad for $18,000,000 at re
ceivership sale conducted by Judge
Chester H. Cruni, special commis
sioner. Jackson, Mich. Following proper
ty dispute at his home, John Carsons
shot and killed mither-in-law, Mrs.
U. F. Palmer, and her companion, Ed
ward Madden. Gave himself up. jgi
Winnipeg, Man. Prohibition car-'
ried in Alberta province by more than
Seattle, Wish. John M. Slaton,
ex-governor of Georgia, sailed for
Athens Telegram from Constan
tinople says Enver Pasha'is suffering
Tarrytown, N. Y John D. Rocke
feller has ordered all tenants on his
estate to purchase watch dogs for his
protection. Will reimburse them. .
TODAY'S STRIKE SITUATION
Bayonne, N. J. Several militia
companies ready for call, though
sheriff says he can handle Standard
Oil strike. Strikers in possession all
land gates to oil plants. Rioting and
incendiary fires continuing.
Bridgeport, Conn. 1,200 out at
Remington plant Friction among
union leaders prevents entire 30,000
New York. 3,000 employes E. W.
Bliss torpedo plant, Brooklyn, de
mand 8-hour day and wage increase,
threatening strike within week.
Springfield, Mass. International
Association of Machinists agents say
Westinghouse firearms plant will re
ceive demand for shorter hours and
better pay, with strike as alternative,
and similar demands at Boston, Wor- a,
cester, Hartford, Chicopee, New Ha- W
ven and Providence will follow.
New Haven, Conn. Winchester
plant put into effect .today pension
system affecting 12,000 employes. No
strike in prospect
New York. 1,000 non-union long
shoremen out at piers' of Clyde and
Mallory lines, demanding higher pay.
Refuse to work.