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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1912, Image 6

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W&r Veteran and former secretary.
Of Democratic national commit
tee, died here. ; ,
Concord, N. H. Josiah E. Fef-
nald -of this city has been appoint
ed administrator of Mary Baker
G. Eddy estate to succeed late H.
M. Baker.
Phoenix, Ariz. Senate passed
educational qualification measure
which provides that all voters
must read, write and speak En
glish. Newark, N. J. Albert Faulkes,
schoolboy who was struck by
stray bullet when police fired on
strikers yesterday, died today.
Washmgton. Attorney Gen
eral Wickershatn has appealed to
House not to reduce estimate
$300,000 for anti-trust prosecu
tions. London. Marcus Cotton, Bir
mitihanr business man, is $300,
000 richer because he had a hunch
that Taalie would win the En
glish Derby.
New York. Wall st man bet
$2,000 even that Roosevelt would
be walloped at Chicago conven
tion Washington. Julia Lathrop,
Chicago, first chief of new chil
dren's bureau, Dept. of Commerce
. and Labor, conferred with Sec'y
Nagel today. Bureau comes into
existence July 1.
Washington. Mrs. Ten Eyck
Wendell, society leader, has sued
Holland American Line for $5,000
because their ship on which she
tvas hurrying; to sick husband was
two days late in arriving
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Because she
fax n't 50 cents to pay carfare to
-Scran ton and return Mrs. Mich-
ael Bishie of Kingston cannot see
'her spn, Win. Bishie, condemned
o die at Scranton prison June 29.
Madrid. -Prince Jaime, 4,. sec
ond son of King Alfonso, under
went operation for abscess on ear.
New York. Sen. James O'Gor
man may be temporary chairman
Democratic .convention, .Balti
more, New Albany, Ind. Mrs. Wil
liam Winn thrown under feet of
enraged cow. Pet dog saved her
by biting cow.
Paxton, 111. Edw. F. Dunne,
Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor, addressed audience in City
Hall.
Terre Haute, Ind. Mrs. Laura
Davis, suicide. Gas. Didn't want
to undergo operation ordered by
physician.
Mt Vernon, 111. Joe Nicho
las and Earl Heap, both 17, who
attempted to 'wreck I. C. train by
piling rocks and timber on track,
held to grand jury.
Terre Haute, Ind. Mrs. Leroy
Bryant married yesterday. Sui
cide today. Husband refused to
live with her.
Springfield, 111. Legislature
adjourned and went home after
voting down most of bills pending
before it.
Lisbon. Portugal cabinet quit
as a result of internal troubles.
Martinsburg, W. Va. W. C
T. U. bought up several gallons of -beer
and -whisky that had been
confiscated by police at various
times and poured it into street.
'Milwaukee. Ad Wolgast,
lightweight, champion, has pur-

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