- Eleven men, of the Russian Navy‘s Black Sea Fleet, were executed at Sevastopol after being convicted of mutiny.
- Amoako Atta III, King of the Akyem Abuakwa state in Ghana, was removed from office by British colonial authorities.
- In Salem, Massachusetts, leaders of the Lawrence textile strike were acquitted of charges of murder resulting from the strike. Joseph Caruso had been indicted for the killing of Anna Lopizzo, who died during a strike-related riot, and Joseph J. Ettor and Arturo Giovannitti had been charged as accessories for with conspiracy to incite the January 12 riot
Eugene Debs, textile strike leaders, this in the same Land of Liberty that within five years would be led into the First World War in a crusade to “Make the world safe for democracy”! Unless you are a worker or socialist.
Today’s paper offers up the usual dish of ethnic stereotyping, casually served up as always, as in “Psychology of the Turk: The Old Type Disappearing”. Enjoy the nostalgia!