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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 22, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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RUSSIAN WORKERS AGAINST
PUSHING WAR, SAYS BERLIN
REFUSE TO WORK.
Berlin, March 22, by Wireless to
the United Press. Russia is in con
fusion. Anarchistic agitation
against .continuance of the war is
growing. The workingmen have re
fused to respond to appeals that they
This information reached here to
day via Stockholm. It indicated the
provisional government is far from
being in control of the situation,
that discipline in the army has re
laxed, and that various factional dif
ferences now smouldering may again
Police Lieut White sued for sep
arate maintenance by his wife, Mary
F. White. Married Nov. 4, 1891.
Ten or more indictments against
politicians and policemen implicated
in police graft expected to be re
turned by March grand jury today.
$2,700 gotten from bank to cash
steel workers' check missing from
saloon of Jos. Solecki, opposite Wis
consin Steel Co.'s plant So is John
Szedbum, always known as "the
honest barkeep," missing, Says So
lecki. Four more girls arrested in front
of S. Sobel & Co.'s factory, 2Q05 W.
Division, where ladies' garment
workers are on strike.
Dan Crotty, for 23 years a police
man, dead from bullet wound re
ceived during quarrel with son-in-law,
Jas. McCutcheon, at latter's
home, 3538 Honore. '
Mabel Goodwin, 35, 443 Deming
pL, knocked down "by taxi owned by
LaSalle Hotel Co., at Monroe and La
Salle fets. Right side and arm hurt.
Taken to German Deaconess hos
pital. Driver, J. W. Genchel, 3426
City council health committee took
up smoke situation todaj
30,000 SMALLPOX CASES RAGE
IN GERMANY FOOD HOARDED
Washington, March 22. 30,000
cases of smallpox rage in Germany
and the disease is spreading, accord
ing to the speech of Socialist Reich
stag Member Hoffman, received -by
the state department today in full.
Brief portions of the speech were
received by the press in this country
The full text showed that Hoffman,
charged that the rich were getting
the fats while the poor had none,;
that the government was actually
hoarding sausages with which the
poor ought to be fed; that smallpo'x
is spreading rapidly, and that the
vaccination employed against it was
The speech showed a far more
distressing situation in Germany
than many reports thus far reach
ing the department.
It strengthened the belief, caused
by recent rumors, that conditions are
ripe for a real revolution In Germany.
WOMEN TRY TO JOIN NAVY .
New York, March 22! Recruiting
stations began to work overtime al
most before they had gotten under
way for business here today, .trying
to explain to women that they could
not enlist as regular seamen ia the
With word received from Philadel
phia that Miss Loretta Walsh h&d en
listed as a. yeoman there, women
flocked to enlistment, places here.
Miss Walsh was the first woman
taken in the navy under Sec'y Dan
iels' order to recruiting officers to en
list women as yoeman.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN SUICIDES?
Well-dresse'd, unidentified 'man,
about 35 years old, found by W,
North av. police in Humboldt Park.
Believed he committed suicide with
carbolic acid. Body is at Halleman'a
undertaking shop, 3212 North av.