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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 13, 1912, Image 12

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sioners passed rule prohibiting
bookmaking at race tracks after
Deceriiher $1.
Antigo, Wis. George W.
Spratt, Sheboygan, elected de
partment commander G. A. R. of
Wisconsin.
St. Paul. Woman's clubs have
made bitter attack on Judge
Smith McPherson, sitting in
place of Judge Sanborn for light
sentence given to Matt W. Mc
Nabb, violator of White Slave
law.
Washington. "Gentlemen's"
agreement between leaders of
house and senate will make it pos
sible for members to attend con
tention. Washington. Sen. Bourne,
Roosevelt adherent, made proph
esy that present conventions will
he last held in U. S. Too much
steam-roller.
Washington. Senate still
sticks, to its amendment to metal
tariff bill repealing Canadian reci
procity. St Louis. St Louis Univer
sity seismograph recorded earth
quake lasted 44 minutes. Distance
about 1,550 miles southwest.
Los Angeles. Earl Rogers, at
torney for Darrow, will put Wm.
J. Burns under severe cross
examination when detective takes
stand.
Fulton, Miss. Jeff Warren,
John Rouss and son, Garfield
Rouss, engaged in revolver fight
over ownership of land. All dead.
Moorehead, Miss. Chester H.
Pond, inventor, former associate
of Thomas A. Edison, is dead.
NewOrleans. Generous direc- j
I tors of Guatemala City Bank"
liked stranded chorus girls of '
Lombardi Opera Companyso well
they advanced $50,000, to help
them out. Auction of opera ef
fects netted directors $1,800 to be
divided among nine men.
Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs. William
Vaughn Moody, University of
Chicago, 76, elected member of
Cornell Board of Directors.
Washington. Taft asked
$100,000 appropriation for relief
of Alaskan volcano sufferers.
Baltimore. City getting ready
to entertain 100,000 visitors dur
ing Democratic convention.
Ft. Wayne, InL Ben F. De
vaux, 23, drowned. St. Joseph
river.
Panama. Opposition leaders
believe Dr. Belisario Porras will
be elected president of republic.
La Porte, Ind. Fred Strucke,
farmer, 67, killed. Train.
La Porte, Ind A. J, Gillette,
allegedvto have rifled mails at
Coldwater, Mich., arrested after
2 weeks' search.
New York. Court orders Paul
Armstrong, playwright, to pay
$5,000 for privilege of knocking
down James Young, actor.
Allentown, Pa. Because of
newspaper attack, Judge Gross
cup, former Chicago jurist who
renders such funny decisions, has
declined to make commencement
address at Muhlenberg college.
Roswell, N. M. Pres. Cassidy,
65, head of National Park Semin
ary, Washington, D. C, married
to 19-year-old 'graduate of his
school. Gave wife $100,000 necklace.

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