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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 04, 1912, Image 28',
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WHAT HAPPENED ODTSlDE CHICAGO
1 One year from today another
president will be placed where the
country will have to put up with
him for four blessed years.
Adam Patten, 50, Pittsburgh,
brolce his neck in fall from
wagon 3 .months ago. Doctors
said Adam would die. Adam said
the doctors could go to. Adam
went back to work today.
The Pennsylvania New York
Chicago 18-hour flyer had its reg
ular wreck at Glenville, O., today.
No one seriously hurt.
Forecaster Hayes, St. Louis,
estimates that 36,737,750,000
pounds of snow have, fallen in St.
Louis this winter.
Then about 100,360,737,750;000
pounds have fallen in Chicago.
Dinner given by Hip Sing
Tong in N. Y., which started yes
terday afternoon, ended today.
Is this a new way the Hip Sing
Tong has devised of getting rid
of its enemies.
Believing Lent to be the best
time to be in hospital, 76 Cleve
land, O., women have had them
selves operated on for appendici
tis. Liner Olympic, largest steam
er in world, which has a hard
working hoodoo, tried to take
Bjelfast, Ireland, harbor away
with it as it was leaving drydock
Guglielmo Marconi, pioneer of
fireless telegraphy, having refus
ed offer to title from King Vic
tor of Italy, has been made life
member of Italian senate.
Women of fashion must spend
$12,500 for single, complete toil
lette this spring, according to
London modistes. Plumage shoes
at $2,5O0is one item.
Don't the London modistes fig
ure there -are any husbands of
women of fashion capable of as
serting their rights ?
Robber who was beating the
life out of Samuel Korotkin, N.
Y., quit when Mrs. Korotkin held
stove lid lifted against his back
and threatened to shoot.
Joseph Gerace and JosephPap-
pino, Italians, fought duel to the
death with stilettos on Pinninnick
Hill, north of Clarksburg, W. Va,
Peppino get the death, and Ger
ace is in jail.
Elmer Bowen, East View, N.
Y., has received $241 in payment
of $50 loan he made to confeder
ate soldier after Lee's surrender
Gold and silver coins worth
$15,000 found hidden in wall of ,
fire place in old Obadiah White
homestead, Asbury Park, N. J.
o o .
" DeceDtive. i
"I see your hair is falling out,
sir," remarked the hairdresser,
who was getting ready to work
the hair tonic idea on the custom
er. "You don't see anything of the
sort," rejoined his victim. "What
you see is the sequel to a falling
out between Mrs. Codgers and
A St. Paul man found a cheese
and advertised fhe fact. Most
cheese advertises itself. -