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Springfield, III. Dr. H. J. Haisel
den, Chicago physician who allowed
Bollinger baby to die without per
forming operation, will be cited to
appear before State Board of Health
to show cause why license to practice
medicine in Illinois should not be re
voked, according to Sec'y Drake of
State Board of Health.
Rome. Pope Benedict conferred
red hats'on Cardinals Tonti, Gusmini,
Cagliero and Mistrangelo, created
cardinals at private consistory Mon
day. Holbrook, Mass. Skulls and cross
bones, blackhand and hearts adorn
the bedroom of Levi R. Reed, neigh
bor testified during contest of Reed's
Allentown, Pa. 250-pound bear,
slightly wounded, chased Jacob
Ueorge, champion oarsman of Le
high valley, half mile before it was
shot by fellow hunters who heard
George's call for help.
St Louis. Mrs. Anna Shriver had
black hair. She wanted auburn. She
dyed her hair, then she died. Lead
poisoning, said coroner.
St. Louis. Sam'l Edward Scown,
55, who had been searching 20 years
ms lather, will share in sire's
$78,000, probate court ruled.
Janesville, Wis. Germany will be
asked to pay indemnity of $50,000 for
life of Dr. B. P. Woods of Janesville,
killed when Arabic was submarined.
"" Washington. Eliseo Arredondo,
former Carranza agent in U. S., has
been appointed Mexican ambassa
dor to this country.
Washington. British government
has granted American request that
no more American trans-Atlantic line
vessels be seized, pending action of
prize court in cases of Hocking, Gen
ess and Kankakee.
New York. An unnamed tenant
has leased largest apartment in New
York, 25 rooms and 8 baths, for long
term at total reatal of $250,000.
.Hammond, Ind. On -theory Frank:
1 Holder, sup't of Standard Steel Car
Co., was assassinated because of pro
allies sympathies, officials sought an
Austrian workman Holder had dis
charged. New York. A mother paid 30
cents admission to movie theater for
herself and 2 children. Fire broke
out and it took 3 men to move them,
mother demanding "her money's
White Plains, N. Y. 200 mourners,
many of them school children, at
tended funeral of Truck, dog mascot
of local fire department who died of
DAILY NEWS SUES TO COLLECT
PRICE OF ADS.
The Daily News isn't going to let
any of its money slip through its
hands. So when Marcus & Klemper
er, North Side furniture house, didn't
fork over what the Daily News
thought it had coming Vic Lawson
The bill in the circuit court says
that on Feb. 9, the News carried 420
lines of display ads. and on Feb. 25,
284 lines. This was to be paid for
at a rate of 40 cents a line, the bills
On the total of $281.69 due. Marcus
& Klemperer paid only $50, the. Daily
News says. So the paper Is asking
LABOR OFFICIALS PROTEST
KRUETCEN AS POSTMASTER
Officials of the Illinois and Chicago
labor federations yesterday protested
by telegrams to Postmaster General
Burleson against the appointment of
Ernest Kruetgen as postmaster of
Labor leaders say this would be
considered a direct slap ii the face
of organized labor of HlirMs.
Opposition to Kruetgeirs appoint
ment comes because of his vote on
the Loeb rule while he was a member
of the school board. He voted for the
rule four times. Kruetgen is Hani
son's pick for the job.
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