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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 29',
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Cedar Rapids, la. Lone bank rob
ber held up cashier of Cedar Rapids
National bank. Escaped with $22,000.
Minneapolis. Police unable to ob
tain clue to Black Handers who es
caped after unsuccessful attempt to
reach Mrs. Harold Lee Judd, formerly
Mrs. Charles Gates, with blackmail
w New York. 150 Belgian refugees,
;jmost of them small children orphaned
jhy war, Will arrive here tomorrow
Vjaboard liner Ryndam. Children are
to be adopted by families in Detroit
, Sand Chicago.
2e Atlantic, Mass. Several people
seriously injured in rear-end collision
Sof local and semi-express train at
Jn. Y., N. H. & H. railroad station.
Aurora, III. Five girls have applied
?lfor jobs as letter carriers at Geneva,
gjQl., where delivery service starts
2 Dallas, Tex. Billy Sunday has
Jagreed, upon Dallas ministers' invita
gUon, to come here for seven weeks'
5-elieious campaign in fall of 1916.
f New York. Mrs. Violet Engje lost
$500 diamond in mad rush to get out
fjof Europe when war broke last year.
Today she received a letter from Os-
tend police chief, saying ring had
Pana, III. Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Gootch, Litchfield, 111., located daugh
ter here after 18 years' absence. Had
placed her in orphan asylum in Chi
cago. New York. Julia Sullivan and Pe
ter Cullen, 5-year convict, married in
Sing Sing prison to give wonian legal
right to care for Cullen' s brother and
A - Atlanta. Stovall bill prohibiing
sale of alcoholic liquor in Georgia
passed by senate.
London. Before historic altar
where kings and queens have wed,
Miss Katherine A. Page, 24, daugh
ter of American ambassador, married
to Charles Greely Loring, 34, Boston
1 PAINTERS VOTING TO ACCEPT
With four locals to hear from, the
vote of the union painters on the
agreement offered by Painters' and
Decorators' cluh shows a majority of
200 in favor of accepting it
The four locals, which vote tonight
can overturn the majority, but Sec
retary Lindloff of the Painters' Dis
trict council believes they will not
Though it is a compromise agree
ment, in it the painters gain every
major point. It does not a bit re
semble the Simon O'Donnell uniform,
agreement which the Painters' and
Decorators' club wanted the paint
ers to accept and against which the
strike was called.
The proposed agreement provides
for a closed shop, a raise of 2 cents
an hour for the last year of a three
year agreement, and, most important
of all to the painters, that the re
strictions on tools and materials shall
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
f Brownsville, Te. Following up
recent raids, which resulted in death
of U. S. trooper, Mexican bandits
today burned the 233-foot bridge of
St Louis, Brownsville & Mexico rail
road, eight miles north of Harlingen.
Wires, too, were cut. Posse is pur
suing. Washington. Gen. Funston wired
war department today that Gen.
Maytorena, Villa commander in So
nora, notified railroad officials Sun
day night that he was withdrawing
all troops from Yaqui valley.
Mr. Hennypeck (peevishly) When
you tell me to do a thing, like a fool
I go and do it
Mrs. Hennypeck No, you go and
do it like a fooL Puck.
A deed to 978,055 acres of land was
filed recently at Dalhart, Texas, the
price bemg $4,736,000; $50 in revenue