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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 4

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and maltreated by German soldiers
at Strassburg, because they spoke
Paris. Zeppelin airship crossed
allied lines near Nieuport. Dropped
bombs upon Calais. 4 killed.
Amsterdam. German soldiers in
Liege, Belgium, last Thursday tore
the American colors from the breasts
of several citizens there and threw
them into the mud, according to a
dispatch received by the Telegraaf
here today.
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Drug store of Egidio Mazlzarese,
949 W. Tawlor st, robbed of $3 and
stamps. Mazzarese, awakened, saw
two men run.
Window of Chas. Vogel's saloon,
144 S. Halsted, smashed. Nothing
Two men took purse of $57 from
Mrs. Blake Ozias, 129 N. Sacramento
blvd., on N. Sacramento, near Madi-1
John Hinch and wife, 906 S. May
St., accidentally killed by gas Friday,
buried today in one grave in ML Car
mel cemetery.
Safeblowers got $173 from Hal
sted theater, 320 S. Halsted.
Divorce suit of Mrs. Louisa Sut
terle against Dr. Chas. J. Sutterle in
Judge Walker's court tomorrow. Dr.
Sutterle says he never married her.
Wm. Wolfe, wife and daughter Lil
lian made escape from blazing home,
815 S. Halsted st
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"Well, anyhow, I'm glad I ain't a
war aviator."
"But I dont see that it's any worse
than staying all day in a trench full
of water."
"Well, at least we're hfthe trench
witfeqst having to drop Into it"
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Allies' war expense for 1915 is fig
ured -at $10,000,000,000. Where's the
old f&hioned man who said that
war's cheaper than peace
Washington, Feb. 23. Federal
Judge Dayton of West Virginia took
the stand yesterday in the proceed
ings intended to show hla tempera
ment Is not judicial, and defended his
injunction in restraining the United
Mine Workers from organizing the
West Virginia miners. He said he
had no intent or wish to do labor any
injustice but considered It unlawful
for outsiders to attempt to persuade
the employes of the Hitchman Coal
o., which Tiad a contract with its
men not to join a labor union, to
break their contract.
Taking up charges that he had
been improperly influenced In favor
of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad-because
of his service as attorney for
that company, Dayton declared his
only recompense from the Baltimore
& Ohio had been an annual pass. He
said he represented the company only
in Barbour county and had never had
but two cases in court.
Walter M. Brown, attorney for the
Interstate commerce commission, re- '
viewed the course of two cases
against the Baltimore & Ohio rail
road in Judge Dayton's court. Brown
said that although attorneys for
government and railroad had agreed
to a stipulation of verdict in ten
counts against the road for failure
to report working employes longer
than 16 consecutive hours, Judge
Dayton refused to accept the sipula
tlon and enter the agreement These
cases, although before the court for
more than year, are yet undecided,
Brown said.
In another case, in which the Bal
timore & Ohio was charged with hav
ing illegally worked employes more
than 16 hours, Daytdn returned a ver
dict for the road.
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Lansing, Mich. Definite action by
joint railroad committee of house
and senate on various proposals for
increased railroad rates on Michigan
roads expected within week.
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