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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 03, 1912, Image 7',
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next her. Careless of h'er not to
look where she was sitting!
62 fishermen of Glouster, Mass.,
were killed at sea during 1911.
But we had our fish for break
fast. Getting first prize at Spring
field, 111., poultry show was so
great a shock to golden Wyan
dotte cockerell, that it fell dead.
It was owned by E. P. Reed, Ob
Illinois Central pleaded guilty
working of train crews over 16
hours a day, at Springfield, and
was fined $200 and costs.
It also shows it doesn't cost a
railroad much to admit it has
been endangering the lives and
limbs of passengers. And the I.
C. says it is "not in the least af
fected by the strike."
Viola Scott, American, on trial
at Berlin charged with swindling.
Viola said to have sold book tell
ing how enemies could be de
prived of power by staring at
If Berlin authorities don't get
after people who bought Viola's
book and lock 'em up for safe
keeping, they aren't onto their
Dr. A. Marie, famous French
criminologist, says crimes of vio
lence usually are committed by
large, muscular men, who have
grown up too quickly.
Some of our American captains
of industry, who have been prac
tising the violent separation of
people from their money, aren't
either large or muscular. Jawn
D. for instance.
Frank Dockstater, Seneca In
dian from Carollton Reservation,
held at Bradford, Pa., charged
with unduly celebrating New
Year by stealing an engine and
La Follette supporters in Mich
igan say Gov. Osborn "swiped"
the La Follette crowd, band, hall
and all, yesterday in order to at
tack 'the Wisconsin senator, and
are some peeved in their talk.
Bracken and Wm. Gibson,
farmers of Fawn Township, Pa.,
both over 80, visited Pittsburgh
for first time in 35 years, and took
first ride in trollev car yesterday.
D. H. W. He'chelman, Pitts
burgh, has asked court for injunc
tion against Mrs. Bertha Kindt's
dog. Says it disturbs him in
practice of his profession.
But how do you enjoy a dog?
Israel Corp, 55, is dead at
Brookville, Pa., after living for
32 years with broken "back.
The Anglo-Jewish Association,
membership of which includes
some of most prominent finan
ciers in England, urging Britain
to follow lead of U. S. in regard
to Russian passport question.
How are they going to pull
anything like that off over there
without W'Uie Hearst to help
Mme. Curie, discoverer of ra
dium and an affinity of Prof.
Langevin, to be operated on for
acute appendicitis tonight.
N. Y. health officials invading
"flop houses" on Bowery every
night, and vaccinating "bums"
without waiting for them to wake
423 persons killed by vehicles