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HOW MUCH NEWS LIKE THIS
GETS AWAY FROM PUBLIC?
Julius Krueger, 50, was injured
while working in the Boston Store,
April 17, but no report of the acci
dent was made to the police by the
Krueger died today at Alexian
Brothers' hospital. It was not until
his death certificate, bearing infor
mation that he died from an injury
received in the -Boston Store, was
that the police heard that an acci
turned over to the coroner today
that the police heard that an acci
dent had occurred in the store.
Krueger was hit by a board flung
by a rip saw on 17th floor.
His body was taken to his former
home, 1907 Addison sL
The police have been endeavoring
to make the department stores re
port accidents, but they mostly do
Often the police do not know that
an accident has occurred in a State
street store until a report is made to
the coroner on the death of some ofd
ADVERTISED BANDIT HOLDS UP
Rawlins, Wyo., April 22 Fulfilling
a threat made in newspapers recent
ly, an unmasked bandit after ming
ling with passengers for 2 hours, dis
armed special guard detailed to catch
him and forced detective to pass the
hat in observation car and one Pull
man of Union Pacific's California
Limited near here last night.
MORE EATON-ROWE NEWS
Mrs. Page Waller Eaton announced
this morning that a suit for $543 will
be filed next week against Mrs.
LouisS Osborn Rowe, com'r public
welfare, whom she charges with col
lecting a third of her pay for the sup
port of Mayor Thompson's sister-in-law.
The civil service com'a has ex
onerated Mrs. Rowe,
RUMOR GERMANY PUT UP CASH
FOR ALL MEXICAN FACTIONS
El Paso, April 22. Executions and
revolutions with mention of German
money used in Mexico come from
the "rumor factory" here today
while the limping pursuit of Villa was
Gens. Luis Blanco, Panflo Nareta,
Carrera Torres and two others for
merly connected with the Carranza
cause have been executed at Gua
dalajara penitentiary, it is reported.
The Mexican revolutionists sta
tioned in the United States are re
ported active despite the watch kept
over them by the American secret
service. The Felix Diaz movement
is believed to be the most formidable.
It apparently has unlimited money
back of it and awaits the withdrawal
of American troops from Mexico to
launch a revolution.
Reports are in circulation that
both the Carranza government and
the Diaz movement have used Ger
man money. Charges that Villa's
Columbus raid was inspired by Ger
man agents brought the statement
from Carranza Consul Garcia that
he had heard reports that Villa was
financed by Germans to bring war
between the U. S. and Mexico to keep
America out of the European trouble.
Big U. S. Force Stops at Columbus
Columbus, N. M., April 21. Bat
talion of 24th infantry detrained here
today during night They were the
vanguard of 2,300 reinforcements
sent by Funston to strengthen com
munication lines in Mexico.
Gen. Pershing's Field Headquar
ters, Near Namiquipa, Mex. (Wire
less to Columbus, N. M.), April 22.
The menace of Villa and his bandits
is not believed removed. Hardly a
day passes that small bands are not
sighted. Within the narrowed limits
since the Parral incident the quest
for Villa and his followers continues.
Miss May Fields, 19, artist model
who took poison, account of rough
course of love, dead. ,
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