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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 02, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 30',
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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Athens. Allied warships have
seized German levant liners Tinos,
Anatolia, Seriphos and Baigales.
Topeka, Kas. Santa Fe railroad
lifted its embargo on livestock and
New York. Elsie Janis arrived
from European visit aboard Adriatic.
Pasadena, Cal. W. H. Jones, vice
pres. and director of International
, Harvester Co., formerly of Chicago,
Portland, Me. Sec'y of Commerce
Redfield brands as untrue state
ments of Hughes that appointments
Redfield made were for political rea
sons. Los Angeles. Mayor C. E. Sebas
tian has written resignation to city
council. HI health.
St. Paul. Great Northern railroad
announces $1,000,000 fund for pen
sioning veteran employes and offi
cers. New York. Ty Cobb, Detroit base
ball star, comes out strong for re
election of Pres. Wilson.
Budapest. Dr. Eugene Czernel be
lieves he has discovered germ of
New York. J. H. Hoadley sued
for $1,000,000 by American-British
Mfg. Co., munitions factory which he
controls. Illegal transfer of notes
Brownsville, Tex. No further ap
plications for discharge of college
student militiamen will be consid
ered. Washington. Ma. Gen. J. B. Ale
shire, quartermaster general of army
since 1907, asks retirement because
of physical disability.
New York. Homer J. Strauss, 26,
convicted of stealing two packages
of cigarettes, hanged himself in the
Bronx county jail.
Atlantic City. Eleven persons,
eight of them women, saved lives by
plunging from burning launch, five
miles off inlet All swam until res
cued. Captain will die from burns.
Corinth, Miss. Man closely an
swering description of Lieut. Rob't
Fay, who escaped from Atlanta fed
eral prison a few days ago, held here.
Cleveland. Curt Cosnell, Muncie,
Ind., Grand Circuit driver, injured
nine . days ago at North Randall A
track, dead. V
Washington. All militiamen on
border will have been returned to
their .state mobilization camps by
Oct. 1 and will soon later be mus-
tered out, is rumor here.
Washington. Message to Presi
dent Wilson from Henry Ford an
nounced his plant would shut down
Monday in event strike is called by
New York. New York Central,
Pennsylvania, Erie and Lackawanna
railroads will raise freight embargoes
this afternoon or tonight.
Dallas. Katy railroad lifted em
bargo on perishable freight, which
had been in effect since Wednesday,
and blanket embargo on all freight
San Francisco. Southern Pacific
announced raising of embargo placed
few days ago on shipment of perish
able goods and livestock.
Springfield, III. The International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
planning to call strike of all electrical
workers employed oil steam rail
roads. Want 8-hour day and in
crease in wages.
New York. J. J. Hartigan, city
comm'r of weights and measures,
charges conspiracy to raise food
prices account of threatened strike.
El Paso. 1,500,000 pounds of flour
and enough other supplies to last
troops in this district four months on
hand for army use. V
Washington. Distress signals
from vessel in Caribbean sea, re
ceived at Arlington wireless station,
suddenly ceased. Believed lost.
El Paso. Mexican being held at
Ft Bliss by orders of Gen. Bell is b
lieved to be Villa's brotheqr