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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1912, Image 30',
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behalf of capitalists and deliver
delegates to the national conven
tion to the president who a'ppoint-
I ed him?
District Attorney Wilkerson,
Chicago, is in conference with At
torney General" Wickersham at
Wahington, in regard to Chicago
Wilkerson and Wickersham
probably are sobbing on each
other's shirt fronts.
Attorney General Carmody, N.
Y., has called on state senate to
investigate action of Judge Ros-.
alsky, of N. Y., in sentencing
Eolke E. Brandt, who was rail
roaded" to prison for making love
to Mortimer Schiff's wife, to 30
years for a crime Brandt did not
Bathed and perfumed dogs of
smart set were guests of honor
at swell luncheon given by Miss
Georgiana Williams, sassiety de
bunte, of Baltimore.
Guess the dogs were the most
intelligent guests at that lunch
Mrs. Margaret Newman, 85,
cut through thind set of teeth,
and died of it.
300 homeless men slept on
benches of St. Paul's Episcopal
church, N. Y., last night, and
were fed breakfast by members
of congregation this morning.
Which is likely to do more to
ward making men out of the
If t homeless ones, than preaching
about tne wickedness or tne
Paris police believe they have
caught one of the "phantom ban
tljts" in person of man named
Soudy, arrested while asleep.
1,000 franc bill, number corre-
spdndingto one of those stolen,
from Bank o Chantilly, fecund in .
William Yingling, policeman,
Richmond, Ind., surprised . two
burglars at work early -this morn-
ing. William will recover. z '
Mississippi- on old-fashioned
rampage. Business section of
Columbus, Ky., Under four feet
of water. Belmont, Mp.has dis
appeared. 'Texas Bend levee" at
Brown's landing, Mo., w'ent'out
early today. '
Will Patterson, motorman at
Chicago and Big" Muddy mine,"
Marion, 111., run over and crush
ed to death by own motor. Leaves
bride-of 3 months. ",
Great steel tower, 656 feet high,
at Nauen, Germany, witlTwhich
it wa.i .hoped to get info wireless i.
communication with U. S., blown
down by wind.
Reported in Tokio that Japan
has concluded negotiations with
Mexico by which Japan secures
concession in Magdalena Bay "
If this report is true, it is up to s
our government to drag'the Mon
roe doctrineoUt of the closet it
has been lving in, and get busy
Posses are searching country
surrounding Portland, Ore., for
highwaymen who attempted to
hold up automobile party; and
when auto was not stopped, open
ed fire tand'killed two of autoists.
By vote of 110 to 0, Illinois
lower house today passed prirnary
law. Already passed- by senate.