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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 21, 1912, Image 6',
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ilkesbarre conventionf 170000
miners to go back tcyvork. Agree
ment for four years.
Paris LaMotte Breuil broke
height record in dirigible balloon.
Copenhagen. Body of King
Frederick VIII. in state. People
flocking to see it. Funeral to be
Mexico City. Government or
gans say Oroz"co's rebels are de
serting him and surrendering to
victorious Gen. Huerta.
El Paso, Tex. Federals cap
tured Guadaloupe, 32 miles east
of Juarez, last night. Rebels con
centrating on Juarez for last
stand against Madero's troops.
Black River Falls, Wis. City
under 3 feet of water. River ris
ing rapidly. Heavy rainstorm last
Salt Lake City. Board of
pardons has refused to commute
sentence of Julius Sirmay, sen
tenced to be shot Wednesday for
murder of Thomas Karrick.
Fond du Lac, Wis. Electrical
storm put 300 telephones out of
commission here, and struck and
destroyed Lutheran church.
San Diego, Cal. Case of Fred
Moore and Marcus Robbins, I.
W. W. attorneys, charging 16 of
"The Vigilantes" with threats to
kill; set for May 22. v
Dallas, Tex. Gov. -, Colquitt
informed Mexican rebels willtry
to provoke American interven
tion if Orozco be defeated. Texas
rangers sent to El Paso to stop
New York. Ethel Croker,
daughter of Richard Croker,
former Tammany "boss, granted
divorce from John J. Breen.
Breen, it appeared, had bee'n try
ing to run a regular harem.
Lansing, Mich. Edward A:
Graham, 46, cripple for 9 years,
killed self by inhaling gas''.
Fond du Lact Wis. Fred
Knobs, 47, hanged self with silk
muffler. Hadn't been; feeling
good for weeks.
Medina, O. "If the Sherman
law had been enforced, the trusts
never would have got a strangle--hold
on the people. But Roose
velt didn't enforce it, and now his
campaign is being financed by the
Steel Trust." LaFollette.
Which is all very good and
true, but what the people want
now is some way of loosening the
stranglehold now the trusts have
Marietta, O. Roosevelt got
excited here about "college presi
dents who feel that intrusion by
the people into their own govern
ment is a disturbance."
.From which we gather that
some college president gink has
been favoring one William How.'
Niagara Falls. Arthur Strong-"
er, Canadian novelist, killed';
wife and baby 2 months old, bad
ly injured. Oil stove. Explo
sion. St. ' Louis.r Robber snatched
purse of Rose Stille on steps of:
Wellston State bank; fired two
shots at gentleman who interfer
ed. Got on car and forced rao
torman tp speed up; thus getting"
himself shot in the neck and captured.