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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 18, 1913, Image 6

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rested in Rockford. Girl said to have
taken $200 from relative.
Twelve Chinamen arrested by Asst.
Chief Schuettler's gambling squad in
raid on 223 W. 2d St.
John T. Dixon, former president of
Police Operators' Ass'n, sued by or
ganization to recover $2,658.
Phillip Tollaret arrested as masher
on complaint of Miss Rollie Izen
stark, 19, 439 S. Clark st
Prof. R. F. Hoxie, University of
Chicago, says I. W. W. is a weak or
ganization and has failed.
It is reported that ex-Aid. Joseph
H. Francis of the old 35th ward was
slain in battle between federals and
rebels at Juarez, Mex.
John Brown, 29 W. 25th st., and
Thos. Reiners, 2335 Indiana; av., ar
rested on complaint of Sadie Racine,
18, 2429 Wentworth av.
Prince John Preston Arnoult de
Clairmont, alleged hero of "Three
Weeks," claims one of his rejected
sweethearts, aged 58, is trying to
blast his reputation.
Padded brick thief got four shoes
none mates from window of Has
sel's, VanBuren and Dearborn sts.
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Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 18. United
States troops are en route today from
the Mexican border to Beautiful
Mountain near the Shiprock Indian
agency, where 1,500 Navajo Indians
are preparing to resist the power of
the government. U. S. Marshal Hud
speth, who returned today, says he
fears the troops will have difficulty
subduing the red men.
Beautiful Mountain is ten miles
across the top. The only access is
by a precipitous trail, which winds
about the mountain and is easily de
fended. Eight Navajos, including four
medicine men, are wanted for riot
ing and assault, and the tribe has re
fused to surrender them. The medi
cine men aer working the braves in
to a frenzy, declaring the government
is robbing them of their land.
To an emissary sent to the Indians,
the chief medicine man, who is over
100 years old, said: "We will never
surrender; I have seen blood on my
hands twice. I have not seen it for.
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New York, Nov. 18. Miss Helen
Castel, suffraget, was arrested on
charge of littering the pavement in
connection with raid on department
store conducted by Mrs. O. H. P. Bel
mont, accompanied by Mrs. Emme
line Pankhurst, British suffraget.
At a signal suffragets stationed in
various parts of the store passed the
word to the salesgirls that there was
to be a street meeting at the clos
ing hour Department heads, remem
bering at other Belmont meetings
the employes were urged to organize
for more money and less work, sent
the girls and women out of the store
by little used exits and called the po
lice. Miss Castel, passing out the
literature, was the only one arrested.
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Pontiac, Mich., Nov. 18. "Serious
as is your offense, you need not look
upon the dark side of your future be
cause of the length of this sentence.
There is no prison in Michigan that
will long hold an embezzling banker
who has wealthy and influential
Judge Smith made this statement
as he pronounced sentence upon
Ralph E. Jossman, defaulting cashier
of the E. Jo3sman state bank at
Clarkston. Jossman pleaded guilty to
embezzlement of from $50,000 to
$200,000 of bank's funds.
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Lady of House Why, you were
here two weeks ago looking for a
place as cook! Have you been out
of a situation ever since? Cook No,
mum. Sure, an' I've had three places
since thin, m'm!
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