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DOCTOR ON SUNKEN ANCONA
ASKS $120,000 DAMAGES
New York, Feb. 15. -Demanding
$100,000 of Austrian government for
her hardships in escaping from liner
Ancona, Dr. Cecile L. Greil, the only
American-born survivor of torpedoed
vessel, today expected to go to Wash
ington to press claim filed there ask
ing a total of $120,000.
Dr. Grell will seek interview with
President Wilson hoping her claim
may be settled as precedent for oth
er victims of similar disasters. Claim
includes item of $20,000 against U.
S. which includes claim for $5,000
cash she said went down with An
RESCUERS SEEK 24 MEN CAUGHT
IN MINE FIRE
Butte, Montana, Feb. 15. Rescue
squads with helmets were today
fighting their way to 1,200 foot level
of Anaconda Copper Mining Com
pany's Pennsylvania mine here where
24 men were believed to have perish
ed in fire late last night
Two of first bodies recovered were
William Mitchell, assistant mine fore
man, and Neil Brennan, miner.
British exports for January in
creased 8,509,000 pounds sterling.
John Bull, master trader, isn!t letting
a little thing like war interfere wfck
his commerce bufldins. -
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