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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 24, 1912, Image 31',
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a "Seek truth in Archbald case."
Head in Journal. Which caus-
fes"usrto pause artd remark on how
' vtievious are the ways of some
genfclemen sjeekjng truth.
' ' ' Mrs. E,, C. Carter, who perished
pn Titanic, was the daughter of
'T-homas Hughes, author of "Ton
' Tew-Haven, Conn. board of
health hasN voted to prohibit sale
of oysters and clams takenfrom
-"within New Haven, because of
"" typhoid germs in waer.
, J Which probably means the rest
Hif. country will be treated to ty
vphoidy oysters and clams taken
Tfffom New Haven harbor.
2 Mrs. Margaret Speer fined $25
for automobile speeding at Min
neapolis. First vbman to be fin
y ed on such a charge in city.
rJA 'Band of 30 outlaws, Americans
-'who became lnsufre'ctos in Mexi
co, being 'used as, football on In
ernational boundary line near
'tTarnpo. x N
y When they pUt foot on Amer
ican soil they are driven off by
U. 2. .army. When they dodge
" back intp Mexico they are chased
tfy large force of Mex.x federals.
"-Standing rule in National Mu
sicians' union requires bands at
enuTng funerals of dead mem-1
T)rs to conclude the rites with
Nearer My God tp Tiee."
1 rriSd the Titanijrprdhestra play
ed its own requiem, in accordance
VitH the rules" of the order to
which itsi members belonged.
"Thus do brave meft dje.
Bacteriology department of
University pf Wisconsin's going
to demonstrate that germs ex
changed in one kiss will cpver
plate to its rim in two days.
The hacteriology department
of the university of Wisconsin
"is evidentlycomposed of persons
without heart, soul, understand
ing, or an appreciation of spring
time. Mrs. Charles Wejdeman, 65,
La Crosse, Wis., held for murder
f her 67 year old husband after
preliminary hearing today. Ap
plication for freedom on $12,000
John Pollock, Madison, Wis.,
convicted! df murder and sentenc
ed to fiyyears, restored to full
citizenship by Governor McGov
Body of Daniel (5 Ragan of
Tunnell City, Wis, found floating
in Mississippi near La Crosse.
Unidentified.man entered edit
torial rooms of Spokane, (Wash.)
Chronicle. Shot ET H. Rothcock,
city editor, dead. No reas6n as
certained Small cyclone visited Fond du
Lac, Wis., last night, unroofing
several hous.es, breaking plate
glass windows and destroying
most telephone and telegraph
connections. 600"elephones out pf
Body'of man found in Minnea
polis'rooming house believed 40
be Glenn E. -Salisbury Rivdr
Falls, Wis. ' '
' 1 Taft men at Iowa state conven
tion claim "Big Four'" delegates
to Chicago, by at least 50 vdtes.
Senator Cumtninshaking desper
ate ngnr. rpttqrne .state.