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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1912, Image 7',
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6(1 ' "looking around",-- foolish
questions and impoliteness.
Well dressed St. Louis man
pawned false teeth to get food.
Pointed .out to him he couldn't
eat without teeth. Said he'd take,
" After kissing his" bride' of one
month this morning, Bert Wit
son, 24, Washington Courthouse,
.Ov l went into the kitchen and
b'lew brains out.
Epidemic of mumps in Clark
Univ., Worcester, Mass. Con
vened there by letter from girl to
senior student, which contained
Walter Scott, hotel proprietor,
Cheshire, Conn., has fitted up a
room where stray cats can find
meal. Had 97 to breakfast this
morning. Cheshire cats ?
Packey McFarland declared
winner of last night's six round
hout with Jack Ward of England.
Both men stalled.
Count Von Aerenthal, premier
"and -minister of foreign affairs,
Austria, seriously ill.
Jim Barry, Chicago heavy
weight, defeated Bill Lang, for
mer heavyweight champion of
Australia, on points in 20 round
, fight at Sydney, Australia.
Kelvin Vaniman will attempt
to cross Atlantic alone in dirig
ible balloon early this Spring.
J"0 how strange! They call
this a free country, and a man is
not allowed to take his life if he
- so desires." Walter G. Freund,
the gentleman who notified 'the
Tribune of his intention to com
mit suicide, and got himself in
jail.. . -.
Argentine and Paraguay about
to break off all diplomatic rela
tions. Again? or yet?
Washington society ' speculat
ing on identity of two couples
who danced remarkably lively
"turkey trot" just before close of
White House judicial reception.
Milton P. Saunders, pilot, drop
ped dead of apoplexy while steer
ing liner Cleveland into Honolu
lu harbor. Liner rammed armor
ed cruiser Colorado. No one
Henry Clay former director of
public safety; Carl Zilenziger,
city architect; J. R. Wiggins and
W. H Walls, president and treas
urer of Wiggins Contracting Co.,
all of Philadelphia, indicted foe
All of which is one result of ad
ministration of the "War Horse
of Reform" Blankenburg
John Stauff, Arenzville, 111.,
died while eating piece of meat.
Not known whether he choked
to death, or just died of suprise
at finding himself eating real
All women were to be barred
from White House reception to
Duke of Connaught tonight un
til Mrs. Taft discovered that it
would be improper not to serve
the dook tea.
Judge Lawler, San Francisco,
"unexpectedly" ordered Eugene
E. Schmitz, former mayor, to
trial on charge of receiving bribes
The unexpectedness in this lies
in the fact that the charges
against Schmitz have been hang
ing fire for five years, while that
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