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Cleveland. Tax statement of John
D. Rockefeller, sought for months by
Cuyahoga county tax commissioners,
presented but rejected because it did
not bear signature of Rockefeller per
Thief River Falls, Minn. Three
sisters shot and killed on lonely farm.
Tony Gilsoul, suspected of murder,
believed hidimj in nearby grove.
Erie, Pa. Passenger train No. 3,
Philadelphia and Erie division of
Penn Railroad derailed at Colca. Pas
sengers badly shaken but not serious
LaCrosse, Wis. Iron ore vein, 20
feet below surface and 100 feet
through, discovered on farm of Tolef
Anderson, near Victory, Wis.
New York. Vincent St. John,
prime mover of I. W. W., told federal
industrial commission even human
life must not stand in way of progress
of Industrial Workers of World.
Washington. Surgeon Cen. Blue
of public health service ordered strict
watch be kept along Canadian border
for John R. Early, the leper, who es
caped from the Diamond Head quar
Fremont, 0. 99 years old and nev
er ill a day, ,Knud Knudson, oldest
citizen here, suffered stroke, fell down
-stairs. Broke his neck.
London. Liner Baltic, bound for
New York, collided with the Clarrie,
a coastwise steamer, 40 miles west
of Holyhead, Wales. No casualties
Oyster Bay, L. I. Among tributes
to T. R. the "Rio Theodore cock
tail." Frank Hawkhurst, concocter.
One-third rye, two-thirds hard( cider
with dash of raspberry syrup and
dash of gum. Iced well. "
New York. Felipo Caudia raced
ahead of 5 shots fired by angry hus
band, jumped fence to safety. Died
. of fright.
London. St. Paul's church crowd
ed with diplomats and members of I
American colony at memorial service J
for late John Lewis Griffiths, Ameri
can consul-generaL .
Jersey City. Peter Mullins, help
ing unload elephants, got in way of
orated elephant. Fell on him. May
Lisbon. Portuguese republic has
barred importation of all merchan
dise bearing crowns and other royal
insignia as trade marks.
Berlin. Kaiser issued secret order
forbidding army and navy officers to
obtain wives through matrimonial
MAYOR TAKES A HAND IN THE
Mayor Harrison took a hand in the
brickmakers1 strike yesterday .and
ruled in favor of the men.
Harrison was drawn into it as a
result of a new hitch in the peace
negotiations over a disputed clause.
This "clause, inserted by the union,
was to be a protection against indis
criminate discharging of men by the
bosses, without first submitting their
kick against the men fired to the
The representatives of the bosses
agreed to stand by the mayor's ruling
providing the wording of the clausfe
was changed. The union consented
to the change. Peace agreements
will probably be signed Monday
morning and the men will return to
TALK STRIKE PLANS
Plans for a strike of all switchmen
and trainmen employed on 18 rail
roads entering Chicago were discuss
ed by the union officials last night.
The company bosses held a secret -meeting
at the same time but offered
to make no advances towards media
tion. George W. Hangar, United "States
labor commissioner, is going to make
an attempt to settle the trouble. ,
The union charges the roads with
having violated the present agres- .