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SENSATIONS PROMISED FOR
New York, Nov. 20. Sensational
disclosures promised when trial of
indictee Hamburg-American line of
ficials begins Monday.
Government's evidence probably
will bring into case the name oiot
only of Capt. Boy-Ed, attache of the
German embassy, but other Teutonic
representatives here whose names
have not previously been mentioned
in alleged neutrality violations.
Counsel for Hamburg-American
officials has formally conceded Capt.
Boy-Ed's participation in plans to
furnish supplies to German com
merce raiders from New York, Dis't
Att'y Marshall said. Defense has
admitted, Marshall asserted, that
$750,000 was sent here from Ger
many to carry out plan and that
Boy-Ed was called into conference
while details were being mapped out.
Federal agents let it be known to
day that for several weeks their
every move has been shadowed by
secret service agents, presumably of
So far 6,728 saloon licenses have
been issued. The number prescribed
by law is 7,150. City Collector Fors
berg believes that this number will be
reissued when the frontage consents
are checked up.
But a year ago a saloon license was
worth $7,500. Today you can buy all
you want for $100 apiece. They say
it is the Sunday closing order.
ITALY MAY WAR ON KAISER
London. Reports from Berne,
Switzerland, and belief in London is
that Italy will declare war on Ger
many before day is over. When Italy
entered the war declaration was
made only against Austro-Hungary.
There are twice as many people in
the United States as there were in
1830 andjthree times as many, as at
the outbreak, of the civil war.
Douglas, Ariz. Cut off from water
supply and penned in from all sides,
Gen. Villa's force believed to be fac
ing annihilation or surrender at
Washington. "Looks like Repub
lican year," said Wm. Hoard Taft,
then denied he would be presidential
Newcastle, Ind. John Craig, 20,
found guilty of murder of Frank
Dean. Life sentence.
New York. Despite Pres. Wilson's
protest, publisher may market song,
"Pretty Little Indian Maid," sup
posed to tell story of president's woo
ing of Mrs. Norman Gait, a descend
ant of Pocahontas.
New York. Whether Progressives
reunite with Republicans in 1916
depends on Republicans, says Medill
McCormick, Illinois Progressive lead
er, after conference wih Roosevelt
"Many Progressives would rather
vote for Wilson than Root," said Mc
Cormick. '"Detroit Advertising" manager of
Ford Motor Car Co. denied London
papers had refused to print Ford ads.
Reported Ford Canadian Co. has
chipped in $1,000,000 to Canadian
Portland, Ore. Body of man found
jammed in trunk found floating in
New York. Hot weather made
turkeys skinny this year. Prices are
high and going up.
BITS OF NEWS
Barbara Kieninger, 18, 1824 Howe
st, phone girl, shot and killed by
James Tracy, suitor. Tracy dying.
Chicago police watching incoming
trains for R. S. Chester, car thief.
Wanted at Rochelle, 111.
Mrs. Katherine Targus, 1242 W.
Chicago av., dead. Mistook poison
for cough medicine.
Kenneth Headman, 17, Oak Park
high student, has typhoid, .
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