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Ovation tendered Lorimer was
feature of Lincoln league conven
tion held at Springfield today.
These Lincoln leaguers are de
termined to kick the Tribune's
James F. Haley, confederate
veteran, 70 years old, committed
suicide by drinking carbolic acid
in full view of Judge Swayne,. the
attorneys and crowd attending
Snead trial at Fort Worth, Tex.,
today. Just depressed by trial.
Despondent oyer- loss of- her
husband, Princess Zubarski Pim
ariria, widow of noted Russian
statesman, killed herself by
drinking poison in her villa at
Rueil, France, today.
W. E. D. Stokes, millionaire
who was target for Lillian Gra
ham and Ethel Conrad in little
shooting affray at show girls'
apartment, is convinced he is dy
ing as result of injury inflicted on
him by Japanese jiu jitsti expert.
Washington Seligman, stock
broker, N. Y., killed himself in
his apartment today. Just tired.
Colorado Republican state
committee, today endorsed can
didacy of Taft for re-election by
103 to 10. Insurgents charged
undue influence had been used in
Taft's behalf, and that all but 15
or 20 delegates rode on railroad
President Madero, of Mexico,
said to have decided to make
himself dictator, a la Diaz. Go
ing to appoint Geronimo Trevino,
Mexico's "iron man" minister of
James J. Hill, "Uncle Jim" of
the northwest, appeared "before
Stanley committee to testify as
to labor conditions under steel
trust today. '
Senate committee on pensions,
defeated motion to report favor
abjy the Sherwood "dollar a day"
Lincoln league endorsed Len
Small for governor today.
Hearing, before Judge Ma
honey of murder charge against
Strike Leaders Joseph J: Ettor
and Arturo Giovanpiti -at- Law
rence, Mass., continued today.
Ettor and Giovanniti expect to be
held to grand jury, but hope to
get out on bail. l
Mrs. Annie Runge, 45, Mil
waukee, Wis., burned to death in
fire that destroyed her home. In
valid husband helplessly looked
tonight; for Chica
go and vicinity:
weather with ris
ing t e m perature ;
tonight about 14
degrees above zero;
northeasterly winds tonight be
coming southerly luesday.
What an opportunity St. Val
entine's day presents to the small
boy who has a grudge against his
He isn't the only one who grabs
an opportunity like that, not by a
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