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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 30',
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side, under Jeremiah O'Leary, to
leave a conference with him, fully
persuaded that if elected he will act
diametrically opposite to what
VON BERNSTORFF GETS MAIL
BROUGHT BY DEUTSCHLAND
Washington, Nov. 3. German Am
bassador Von Bernstorff spent most
of today plowing through 800 pounds
of embassy mail brought from Ger
many on the sub-merchantman
Deutschland. Six big pouches were
delivered to him last night by Dr.
George Ahrens of the embassy staff
and First Officer Krapohl of the sub
marine. As soon as it arrived the
ambassador started methodically
through it, and he resumed the job
Whether the Deutschland is to
carry United States mail on her re
turn trip has not yet been definitely
decided, Ambassador Bernstorff said
today. He has yet to learn if Capt.
Koenig is authorized to carry postal
mail this trip and also to communi
cate with the postoffice department.
MAKE ARRESTS IN ALLEGED
SUBWAY BOMB PLOT
New York, Nov. 3. Six men, said
by the police to be former subway
guards, were arrested today in con
nection with the 110th sL, Bronx,
subway explosion, Oct. 24.
Michael Herlihy, said to be finan
cial secretary of one of the striking
unions, confessed, the police say,
that there was a plot to place bombs
in the subway at Times Square and
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BITS OF NEWS
Wm. O'Brien and Joseph Smith,
suspended police captains, ordered
by Chief Healey to appear before the
trial board Monday.
Mrs. Mary Vaughn and Mrs.
Teresa Morris were, arrested here to
day on advice from Benton Harbor,
Mich., where they are wanted to an
swer a charge of shoplifting. Mrs.
Mary Ford, charged with shoplifting
in the Marshall Field store, was also
Fireman Leo Miller dead and En
gineer F. Skuse, both of Chicago, in
jured when Southwest Limited of St
Paul road jumped track near Moline.
Washington. Republican national
committee reported to clerk of the
house additional contributions to its
campaign funds, since its statement
of Oct 28, showing contributions of .
$344,777.93 and disbursements of
Blue Point, L. I. Nov. 1, 1914, his
house burned down. Nov. 1, 1915,
thief stole his $150 savings. Nov. 1,
this year, Frank Sobicek committed
Johnstown, Pa. When son was
born to Wm. Ringler, Jr., Wm. Ring
ler, Sr., aged 35, became grand
father. . '
Washington. State dep't reminds
that Americans who fight in a for
eign army lose their citizenship in
Milwaukee. "Satan rules modern
woman's gowns," Bishop Chas. B.
Mitchell said at ministerial meeting
New York. Geo. M. Cohan starts
new film company, of which he will
be principal owner, principal actor
and producer of plays.
Once upon a tyme a man ap
proached another man and compli
mented him on his fine looks and
told him what a good ol' scout he is
and didn't hit him for a touch.
Nineteen boys were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Scott at Gorning, A.
Ark., in ten years, including three ,
sets of triplets, four sets of twins,
and each has a name beginning
with A. " -
In Russian salt fields many hous
es are built of salt