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with the Gotham bunch. Their
names are withheld by Hoyne.
Indictment of the New York crew
and their Chicago copper friends is
London. Search of the steamer
Stockholm, New York for Scandina
vian ports, revealed 142 tons of meat,
not accounted for in manifest Will
lie confiscated by British authorities.
Pittsburgh. Horde of plain clothes
and uniformed policemen marshaled
about every point where President
Wilson will appear here today.
Indianapolis, Ind. Wage scale
committee of United Mine Workers
of America convention reported fa
voring LO per cent increase for bitu
minous miners, 20 per cent increase
in wages for anthracite miners and
mine run basis for wages.
New York. Because boys didn't
get enough study points ti be eligi
Jamaica High School controlled by
girls, who studied.
Bridgeport, Conn. Man who al
ways claimed he wrote words of
"Silver Threads Among the Gold"
Arthur Wells French, 70 retired
newspaper man, is dead.
Boston. Its up to well to do Bos
tonians to either be selfish or cutrail
cocktails, donating cash to save poor
babies with certified milk, said Dr.
John Levett Morse, in infant mor
tUSITANIA CASE AGAIN GRAVE
Washington, Jan. 29. With Presi
dent Wilson today on tour in behalf
of his preparedness program, officials
close to executive admit that Lusi
tania dispute with Germany is again
assuming very grave proportions.
Administration has caused Ger
many to understand that prompt
compliance with this government's
demands for disavowal is necessary
to avoid break" in friendly relations
of two countries.
PLAN HAVEN TO RECLAIM GIRLS
WHO GO WRONG
The "gone wrong" girl will be giv
en a real chance to come back if
clubwomen who met in morals court
yesterday fulfil the plans they talked
The idea is that the clubwomen
and the state shall get together and
build a country home where fallen (Sk
girls will be given every opportunity
to climb back to physical and moral
They will not call the home a "ref
uge" or a "House of Correction";
They want the girls to think that
they can rid themselves of the red
stain of their misfortune and again
be wholesome, womanly creatures.
That is why it is suggested that the
place be called "The Home for Con
valescents." "I never know what to do with a
girl brought before me," Judge Uhllr
told the women. "As it is, I must
either send her to the Bridewell or
fine her and send her back to the
streets. Neither was is wise or just."
The state appropriated $50,000 for
a refuge home to be built as an an
nex to the Bridewell. All social work
ers are against this plan, for they do
not want the girls to be impressed
with the fact that they are in jail.
The plan fostered yesterday was for
the women to raise $100,000 to put
with the state's $50,000 and build a
country home for the girls.
ALLIED FORCES OCCUPY NEW
GREEK POSITION BY FORCE
Athens. Expedition of marines
from French, British, Russian and
Italian warships at daybreak Friday ' gfe
occupied Greek fort of Karabar over
protest of Greek commander. First
appearance of Italian and Russian
armed forces on Greek soil.
First land action in which armed
forces of all four allied powers "have
participated since beginning of war.
London. Small sailing vessel Cry.
stal sunk. Crew landed.