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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1911, Image 30',
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carrying telegram to his mother
telling of his sister's death.
Police headquarters, N. Y., to
day sent out general -alarm for
Wm. Patterson, 65, Lincoln, Neb.
a friend of William Jennings
Bryan, who disappeared Sunday
in a fit of melancholy.
Members of Crombie Church,
Salem, Mass., started campaign
to have local papers enjoined
from printing any facts of Rich
eson trial except the verdict.
"I will stap on the job until I
am forcibly removed, unless Par
liament sanctions my dismissal."
Latest word from W. Morgan
Shuster, American treasurer-general
Russian officers are making no
attempt to check the cruelty of
their men, who are butchering
men, women and children at Tab
riz, Persia, and looting the bodies.
It is reported that Russia in
tended to force the present Per
sian crisis on any excuse, and that
its plans to destroy the independ
ence of the country were laid
months ago. '
Harry Lauder, Scotch comed
ian, either attempted suicide by
trying to cross the Firth of Clyde
in rowboat, or he has a very Mun
chausen of a press agent.
Frank L. Wright at least lives
up to his first name.
On the other hand: "People of
wealth are getting away with this
man were to try it, he would be
thrown in jail for bigamy or ad
ultery." Father Edward A Kel
ly, St. Ann's.
President Taf t wants a toll for
Panama Canal so high that it will
pay not only operating and main
tenance cost, but shall also pay
the interest on the $300,000,000
spent on the canal.
Such a toll would undbubted
ly help out the railroads most
Dr. Mary Walker says collar
buttons drive men insane.
Next man who commits a bru
tal murder probably will make
plea that he was driven insane by,
his collar button.
Homer H. Zinzer, employe of
Illinois Central Chicagb office,
committed suicide at Pontiac, 111.
by taking cyanide of potassium.
Gov. Chase Osborn, Mich., has
annointed Miss Mary F. Hedrich,
Marquette, Mich., his private
secretary, rirsi umc m v. .
woman has been named as private
secretary to governor of state.
Harry Thaw, .'tis said, is to be
released from Matteawan in a
Nat -Goodwin announces that
he is thinking of leaving his mo
mentary state of single blessed
ness and getting married .again.
It's becoming regular habit with
Nat. , L .
Admiral Dewey is celebrating
his 74th birthday today. He says
HeAiever was in better health in
his life. .
"The truly, great man is hum
ble." Colonel Roosevelt. What's
Teddy want to knock his own
game for, anyway?
Guest at home of Z. 'Touzka,
Flint, Mich., broke revolver to
prove it was unloaded. Touzka
was killed ins'tantly.
President Taftgave his cabi-