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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 16, 1914, Image 27

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EVERY WHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
El Paso. Gen. Ynez Salazar, Mex
ican federal army who fled from Ojln
aga before Gen. Villa's tjohstitution
alists, captured on San Antonio train
at Sanderson, Texas.
Washingtdn. Announcement of
appointment of Col. Geo. V. Goe
thals as first civil governor of Pan
ama canal zone expected soon.
Cumberland, Md. Bedbugs cause
cancer, according to John R. Uttle
& field, who has made life study of the
disease.
Shaverstown, N. Y. Two men in
stantly killed, four others Injured In
sawmill boiler explosion.
Newport, R. I. Revenue cutters
Acushnet and Itasca are believed to
be searching for unidentified steamer
in distress near Edgartown.
Everett, Wash. Masked men es
caped with $2,000 gold after holding
up State Bank at Flint.
San Francisco. Nearly 300 pas
sengers of Northwestern Pacific
steamer Tiburon rescued after Ves
sel' went ashore.
Washington. Red Cross officials
wired Gov. Hatfield of West Virginia
offering aid for sufferers in flooded
' tToe I miie III Rtroot flnm.
missioner Godfrey, advocate of mu-
to cut his salary $200.
Dayton, 0. 46 veterans of Civil
War died in first 14 days of January
at National Soldiers' Home here.
Sandusky, O. Moses Price, 45,
Lake Shore Railroad detective, shot
A - and killed in gun battle with car rob-tiers-
irTrailroad yards.
London. Captain Inch and other
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blame of fire, loss of life and aban
donment of steamship.
Plymouth. British submarine A-7,
making dive off this port, failed to
- come up. Naval authorities investi
gating. Danville, III. Mrs. Clara B. Gillis,
slfe of Jack Gillis, barber-shop pro
prietor, swallowed carbolic acid to es
cape arrest and prosecution on big
amy charge.
St Louis 13 striking garment
workers, one of them a woman,
charged with inciting riot near
Meyer, Strauss & Rauh Garment
Company's factory.
Baltimore, Md. Plant of F. B.
Royster Guano Co. burned with
$100,000 loss. 250 men thrown out
of work for winter.
Philadelphia. L. G. Fouse, 63,
founder and president Fidelity Mu-
tual. Life Ins. Men in America, dead.
Plymouth, Eng. "All alive" sig
nal given by disabled submarine A-7
when searchers found diver submerg
ed in Whitsand Bay.
Springfield, III. Appeals for funds
to aid Carl Person Clinton editor of
Strike Bulletin, charged with murder
of ex-Chief of Police Tony Musser,
sent out by Illinois Federation of
Labor.
Washington. Pres. Wilson says he
will not appoint new federal reserve
board for several weeks. .
New York. Mrs. Priscilla D.
Hackstaff, 64, prominent in suffrage
movement,- dead.
Rock Island, III. Five indictments
returned against Sheriff O. L. Bruner,
charging bribery, escape, embezzle
ment and two counts on larceny.
Columbus, O. Senator Kenyon,
Iowa, declares loss to U. S. through
hog cholera last year was one bil
lion pounds of p6rk.
Winnipeg, Man. Marie Lloyd, En
glish actress, may not be permanent
ly scarred by carbolic acid she used
by mistake for face lotion. Police
investigating who substituted acid.
Washington. Pres. Wilson will not
permit creation of price establishing
bureau under proposed anti-trust
legislation.
Omaha, Neb. Three men, all un
der 19, shot and killed Harry B.
Nickell, railroad teller Omaha Natl
Bank, seriously wounded unidentified

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