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-TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 1, No. 69 Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 16, 1911
INTERESTING BITS' OF. THE WORLD'S NEWS IN
Clockwork-bombs were 'discov
ered in offices of grand vizier and
"ministervof war of Turkey.
There's a Suspicion th'e.bombs
were placed- by some friend of
. Abdul Hamid, the deposed sul-
tan, who thinks that gentleman's
mysterious illness' suspicious.
Anyway, Willie Hearst can
prove an alibi. He was attending
the big eats-last night. ' x
" " .Mabel Taliaferro nd Frederick
Thompson, her theatrical iman-
tagerhusband whose troubles are:
being aired in divorce court, met
in "elevator from which neither
'r could escape.-'
The silence could be heard all
over theVuildiifg. v
British parliament adjourned
" today after haying -passed two
great progressive measures the
veto bill and'the'ihdustrial insur
'ance'bill. -T .' i'
Persia has appealedtb Turkey
'for.aid against RussiaT.and rutnor
hath it that-Turkey has. promised
to send her 400,000 -troop6 if 'ne
cessary. ' '
Turkey seems to be' worrying a
lot about Italy. " '
FreslTfires have broken out in
.Briceville mine, and stopped
search forJjodies of the .dead.
Somebody stole $14 right 'out
of Governor Harmon's office in
the Ohio state house' today.
Robin Hook mills, Moosejaw,
Sask., destroyed by fire. Loss one
human 'life"" and $500,000.
Probably the company's -thinking
more of the $500,000 than
Rev. C. J. Olsen, 55, pastor of
Norwegian Baptist church,
N. Y., cut his throat because he
felt lonesome.' 'Dead' when
found. . '
Ohio is to be" center of Pro
gressive Republican campaign
against -renomination" of "President-.
Taft this next week. '
Gee, but that's rubbing it, in.
Captain Grahame Johnson, TJ.
S.'A:, formerly attached to White
House staff, has .received-hint to
be on' his way -to the Philippines.
Apparently Grahame was, kind
of "shining', up" to .Miss Helen
Taft. ; . ' "
Poor 'army officers have no
.business shining.up-to president's
Samuel .P." Ayres, of Boston,
shot and fatally -wounded his son,
Joe, and then committed suicide,
in Los Angeles hotel.
State statistics show -33 hunt
ers, 12,000 deer "-and' 500 moose
killed in New-England'States and
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