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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 27

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SENATOR WALSH ALSO WANTS
TROOPS IN MONTANA
Washington, Sept. 1. "Federal
troops are mightily needed in Mon
tana," Senator Walsh of Montana
said today. He joined Senator Mey
ers, his colleague from Montana, last
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($ Wilson asking for troops.
"Tne situation is most serious,"
said Walsh, "because the mob has
learned not to be afraid of the militia.
The authorities will be able, I am
confident, to hold the situation satis
factorily If the mob knows that fed
eral troops are stationed at those two
forts ready to be crushed in to sup
' port the militia."
It is reported that the miners will
not offer any resistance to the
troops, but have threatened to burn
the city if the militia is ordered there.
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TWO SHIPS LAND AMERICANS
FLEEING WAR ZONE
New York, Sept. 1. With 173 first
class and 215 second-class passen
gers, the Italian liner Principessa Ma-H
ialaa docked here today. The Prin
cipessa is one of the first boats to
bring American refugees home in any
degree of real comfort.
Her cabin de luxe was engaged for
three wealthy Americans for $7,000.
She was chartered by a committee of J
Americans, John w. Blodgett of
Grand Rapids, .Mich., guaranteeing
the price of $184,000.
The Ryndam of the Holland-American
ilne brought 1,072 American
refugees back to the United States
today.
) " HEROIC PRIEST KILLED
: Paris. Paris hears that the cure
of Moineville was shot by the Ger
mans because he rang the church
bells to warn the French troops.
A SHORT SERMON
I herewith discourse on
The subject of sorrow:
The troubles that kill are
The troubles we borrow! Judge, ,
LOCAL WAR BRIEFS
Pamphlet of Ferdinand Schevill,
U. of C. professor, published by Ger
manistic Society of Chicago, blames
all powers for war.
Burton Holmes, back from wart
says if Germany wins U. S. must pre
pare for war.
Franck Schoell, professor of
French U. of C, enlisted in. French
army as lieutenant. Has served be
fore. Leslie Schauffler. Highland Park,
wrote of adventures. Arrested as
spy. Released.
Mail service with Germany and
Austria resumed Monday.
Chicago Jews protest against exe
cution of Prof. Massaryk in Austria.
Write Secretary Bryan.
Plan use of parcels post to curb
high prices. Connects farmer and
consumer.
THE NEW GEOGRAPHY
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