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Cleveland. East Ohio coal mine
operators decided to reopen major
ity of mines and Invite 15,000 strikers
to return under Pittsburg wage scale.
This falls short of the Union demands.
New York. Mme. Jeanne Gerville
Reach, well known opera singer,
New York. Pat Walsh, Brooklyn,
seaman in navy, being tried by court
martial as result of death of Edw. C.
Ott, another seaman, following
friendly boxing bout on battleship
Dallas, Tex. No trace found in
X-Ray photograph of James Wil
liams, 17, of $10,000 diamond he was
suspected of having swallowed after
smashing Linz Bros, window Satur
day. Washington. Immigration author
ities notified of arrest of gang of 5
alleged smugglers in mountains of
Sheboygan, Wis. All schools and
public buildings of Oostburg, south
of this city, may be closed result of
Wilmington, Deli Large dry mill
of Dupont Powder Co., Rockland
yards, exploded today. John Mere
dith, watchman, badly injured.
Jackson. Mich. Released from
Jackson prison on granting of new
trial, Lafayette B. Costen, 76, Mus
kegon, started preparation for second
fight to prove innocence of haviag as
saulted little girl.
Tulsa, Okla. First Nat Bank of
Owasso robbed of $500 by bandits
Washington. Propper up in bed,
surrounded by lawyers, Catholic nun
gave testimony which may give Mrs.
Louis Burkham of New York $20,
000,000 estate of James Campbell of
Boston. After eleven days passed
without response to Christmas invi
tation, Mrs. Nora Nagle of Needham
went to sister's hpme In Someryille.
Found her in bed frozen to death.
CHIEF GLEASON TELLS HIS MEN
1 O "GET ALL THE CROOKS"
Following the murder of John
Sausman, detective sergeant who
was shot and killed In a revolver bat
tle with holdup men yesterday, Chief
Gleason called a meetingf the pre
cinct captains in his office to discuss
the best method to rid Chicago of
"Instruct your men to have their
guns where they can get them into
action in the quickest time," was
part of the chief's Instructions.
"Take your best crook catchers, no
matter what rank they are, and put
them in plain clothes. Tell them to
arrest every gunman they know by
sight and book them for vagrancy."
Today new corps of detective ser
geans will pass through the station
doors. Gray-haired men, former de
tectives who failed to pass the recent
physical examination for a detective
sergeantcy and were put back in uni-
form, will use their knowledge to
thin the ranks of crime.
Last night 100 men were arrested
and many more will be taken into
custody today. The squads at the
railroad stations have been doubled
to prevent the crooks from leaving
"We shall endeavor to make it a
fight of extermination," said Chief
BITS OF NEWS
James O'Neill, partner of negro
who killed Detective John Sausman,
died In hospital. Detective Langan,
Sausman's partner, shot him In re
Baby born to Rose Forte in the
county jafl. Recently sentenced with
mother and brother to penitentiary
for complicity in murder of Antonio
It is difficult to justify a debate on
prohibition for hours on any other
ground than that congress Is expect
ed to give the people somethings for