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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 2

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a pen into her hand and asking her
to sign a paper.
She doesn't know what this paper
was. ,
She refused to sign it and asked
them to send for" her husband, a
wealthy furrier, owner of Samson
Engler & Sons, 26 S. State st.
Engler hurried to the stoie when
the message reached him and had his
wife removed to their home at 4445
Washington blvd.
Here, Berezniak says, she lay be
tween life and death for two months.
The little baby that was expected in
the Engler home was lost to them
and the mother herself almost died.
When Engler complained to Man
del Brothers he was sent to the in
surance company which is paid to
fight personal injury cases.
This company refused to make
what Engler thought was a fair set
tlement, so he filed suit yesterday for
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Two bandits got $7,000 from the
branch office of the Prudential In
surance Co., 2741 W. North av., at 8
a. m. today.
Miss Emma Schlinski, 25, cashier,
was bringing the money in a satchel
from the bank, as she has done every
day. When she entered the door two
men were standing at the cashier's
window. The janitor, thinking they
had business with the insurance com
pany, was sweeping the floor.
As soon as Miss Schlinski entered
with the satchel of money ihe men
covered her and the janitor with
guns. Miss Minnie Hain, bookkeep
er, entered just then. The three
were bound and the robbers fled.
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Cedar Rapids, la. Warrant Issued
for arrest of Vic Hugo, manager, and
Geo. Hodhurst, treasurer of Majestic
theater, charging them with embez
zlement which officers say may reach
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville,
L. I., Deo. 9. The Imperial German
chancellor, Voh Bethmann-Hollweg,
today refused to state possible terms
of peace, in reply to demand made by
the German Socialists. Instead, he
made it plain to a great gathering
in the reichstag that any peace pro
posals must come from Germany's
"For the German nation," said the
chancellor, "this war has always re
mained what it was at the beginning
a war of defense for the German
nation and her future."
He indicated, too, that Germany
would not consider as one of the pos
sible terms of peace the surrender
to Prance of Alsace and Lorraine."
He met the French claims on Alsace-Lorraine
on the "nationality
basis," with the statement that 87
per cent of the Alsace inhabitants
speak German. And he taunted Eng
land by inquiring what would hap
pen if the same "nationality" test
were applied in the British posses
sions of India and Egypt.
Dr. Philip Scheidemann, the So
cialist leader whose interpolation re
sulted in today's peace discussion, re
minded the reichstag that at the be
ginning of the war the Socialists ap
proved the attitude of the German
government. "A glance at the map,"
said Scheidemann, "will show that
Germany is conscious of her strength
and her successes. Germany can
now speak for peace without risking
being considered weak-heated or dis
pirited. "The question of peace is now up
permost in all the countries at war,
only the statesmen do not know how
to begin negotiations because they
consider such a step would be a con
fession of weakness."
Washington. Opening of rich Col
ville, Indian reservation lands in
Washington to homestead entry on
July 1 announced.

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