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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily' Except Sunday
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS I
New York. Capt Jack Crawford,
poet scout, and successor to Buffalo
Bill as chief scout of United States
army, believed dying of pneumonia
at home in Queensborough.
Muskegon, Mich. Fire threatened
destruction of Muskegon's business
district, but was controlled after
causing damage estimated at $100,
000. Danforth, III. Four sons and
grandson of O. J. Meintz, farmer near
here, dead from eating poisoned pan
cakes. Mrs. Meints mistook arsenic
for pancake flour.
Seattle, Wash. Northern Bank
and Trust Co. failed to open its doors
at 10 a. m., today. Bank's liabilities
Washington. United States Am
bassador Fletcher will be sent to his
post in Mexico City "very soon," it
was officially learned today.
New York Mary Garden has suc
cumbed to the movies. She's going
to Paris next week to get her cos
tumes and expects to be back in film
land in about six weeks. No contract
Drice announced so far.
Washington. Pres. Wilson vetoed
immigration bill prohibiting entrance
to America of people from foreign
countries who could not read or
write. Congress may attempt to pass
it over his veto.
Cleveland. Seismograph, St. -Ignatius,
recorded most severe earth
quake shock in two years. Seat of
shock appeared to be in Europe or
London. Minister of munitions
advertising for 20,000 women to
work at shell making in British mu
Knitters' union will hold mass
meeting of all sweater workers at
"Wicker Park hall, 2040 W. North av.,
tonight Speakers: John Fitzpatrick,
pres. urn. rea. oi imxuui-, ivua nuu
son. sec'v Women's Trade Union
league; Mr. Etkin, United Hebrew
Trades, Morns Seskind and otners.
Regular meetings of Knitters'
union every first and third Tuesday
of the month at 1144 S. Halsted.
Meeting to boost Elijah Funkhous
er for Democratic nomination for al
derman of 25th ward tonight, 8:30,
at Winona hall, Broadway and Wi
nona. Everybody invited.
Ladies' night at City club of Chi
cago, Wed., at 8 p. m., in the lounge.
Bohemian Natl Musical concert.
Everybody invited to Bunco party
and social given by 28th Ward Wom
en's club, Thurs, at 2 p. m., Rockwell
hall, Milwaukee av. and Rockwell.
Lawndale Civic Center will give
entertainment and concert Wed.
night at Herzl school, Douglas blvd.
and Lawndale av. Participants: Dor
othy Mendelsohn, pianist; Anna Ran
ter, vocalist, and Sophie rinK, aan
cer. Mrs. Gertrude Leonard Moss
ier will render reading of "Madame
London. Dispatch from Brussels
says that 5,000 Belgians of that city
have been deported into Germany, w
NEW YORK STOCKS. New Ha
ven broke badly. U. S. Steel strong.
Cloudv tonteht: rain or snow to-
l morrow; temperature -unchanged, ;