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served to knock out those charges
also, the court announced.
Indictments were returned as re
sult of investigation into Youngs
town steel strike, in which four lives
were lost, 38 injured and $1,000,000
property damage sustained in riot
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AMERICAN REFUGEES FLEE
Galveston, Tex., March 28, Wire
less reports from Tampfco today say
that no outbreaks have occurred, but
fear of anti-American demonstration
persists and feeling of tension is ap
parent The yacht Wild Duck of the Gulf
Refining Co. left Tampico yesterday
for Port Arthur, Tex., with a large
number of refugees, majority of
whom are wives and children of oil
operators in Tampico field.
GIRL TRYING TO DIE SETS FIRE
SAVED TWO KILLED
Cleveland, March 28. Miss Bessie
Reimers, 19, waitress, confessed, ac
cording to Chief of Detectives Bab
shaw, that she accidentally set fire to
Poster apartments today in attempt
to commit suicide. Two dead, two
probably fatally hurt, 16 injured.
ALLIES DRAW FIGHT LINE
Paris, March 28. Fate of Europe
for many decades, if not centuries,
will be settled before adjournment to
night of allies' great war conference.
Allied chiefs at today's sitting were
to complete pooling of their military,
economic and political resources.
Before nightfall the ring about the
central empires will be tightly closed.
Details of plan worked out here may
sot be made known until years after
the war has ended.
DaHas, Tex Police without clue
to identity of murderer of Miss Zoola
May Cramer, trained nurse found
dead in rear of Oak Cliffs high school
building. No motive for crime established.
PRESIDENT PREPARES FOR
ACTION ON SUSSEX CASE
Washington, March 28. Whether
the IT. S., on proof that Sussex and
Englishman were victims of German
torpedoes, will first allow diplomacy
to take its course, or whether rela
tions shall be broken off immediately,
today was discussed by Pres. Wilson
with his cabinet and with Senator
Stone, his chief congressional adviser
on foreign affairs.
Both cabinet members and Sena
tor Stone were expected to tell presi
dent he would be backed by congress
and public if he should take the more
Meanwhile, state department was
gathering every bit of possible evi
dence, in line with determination of
Pres. Wilson not even to make an in
quiry of German government until all
phases of question had been con
clusively examined by this govern
ment. While Sussex case appeared today
to be probable basis for any break
with Germany, reported torpedoing
of British ship Englishman, with one
American crew member missing,
served to aggravate Teutonic-American
London, March 28. Geo. H. Crock
er, one of three Americans seriously
injured in Sussex disaster, is in crit
ical condition at Dover hospital today
and may not recover.
Many of American survivors landed
at Dover and Boulogne lost part or all
their personal effects in crash.
Fragments of metal picked up by
British naval officers aboard Sussex
immediately after explosion unques
tionably were parts of torpedo, the
United Press was informed by au
thoritative source today.
NINE HURT IN MINE BLAST
Bluefield, W. Va. Nine men, bad
ly burned, taken from Tidewater
mine at Vivian, W. Va., where explo
"'"" ourred. Many miners report