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Washington. Government has
again expressed in note to Berlin its
deep concern over deportation of
Washington.-r-Pres. Wilson visited
downtown stores, doing' Christmas
Toledo. Mrs. C. A. Thorns, Win
netka, and Mrs. R. J. Meidlinger,
Chicago, say they were robbed in
New York Central lines Pullman
sleeper, Chicago to Toledo. Mrs.
Thorns lost $1,500 in jewels, Mrs.
Meidlinger 5500 worth.