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Treeport, III. Seven passengers,
porter and newsboy hurt when St.
jpaiil flyer, westbound, wentt)ff track.
None seriously hurt.
t LINER PASSENGERS SAY U. S.
FLAG WAS HOISTED
New York, Feb. 10. When the Cu
nard liner Orduna reached quaran
tine today, inbound from Liverpool,
her passengers declared that she had
flown the American flag for nearly
24 hours on Jan. 31, while passing
through the Irish sea. The stars and
stripes, it was stated, were hoisted
by Capt. Taylor's- orders an hour af
ter the liner started out of the Mer
sey and were kept flying until Mon
Falmouth, Eng., Feb. 10. The
American steamer Wilhelmina, des
tined for Germany with a cargo of
foodstuffs, is still anchored in the
local habor under Charge pf her own
officers. Apparently there has been
no attempt up to the present time to
seize either the vessel or her cargo.
Her commander explains that he put
into Falmouth because during the
very heavy storm of Feb. 2 and 3
one of his lifeboats was torn from its
moorings and swept away and all of
the others were stove hi.
BITS OF NEWS
Council committee considering
building short subway on Ashland
av. from Cortland north to Fiillerton.
Peter Kuklinski, who escaped
from Joliet prison last June, caught
at Madison and State.
Joseph Fish, millionaire fire insur
ance adjuster, on trial before Judge
O'Connor for arson.
Cincinnati. Unidentified bank rob
ber killed, companion captured, in at
tempted robbery of Mohawk German
Baseball players of Chicago will
give entertainment and stag th Bob
Sweitzer at Musicians halt, ITS W.
Washington, Monday eve., Feb. 15.
Sweitzer, Jimmy CaHaban, Buck
Weaver, Johnny Farrell, Eddie Mc-
'Goorty and others will speak.
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