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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1912, Image 10',
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White Plains, N. Y. Mrs. Ev
elyn. Kesbit Thaw broke down on
stand and refused to repeat story
of relations with late Stanford
Green Bay, Wis, Metti Chris
tianson, Spring, Wi9., acquitted
of 'murdering Hilda Nelson, 3, by
giving child poisoned candy.
Kankakee, 111. Mrs. George
Hulbert, Reddick, 111., run down
and killed by auto driven by Dolly
Memphis, Tenn. Policeman J.
M. Taylor shot and killed in bat
tle with negro street car bandits
that police had surrounded in
house. Bandits escaped.
Durant, Okla. Robbers broke
into First State Bank, Bokchito,
Okla., andhot and probably fa
tally wounded two men and es-
OH, THAT BROTHER.
Beau I'd give the whole world
for just one of those golden locks
from your sister's head.
Johnny I kin gitcha one fer a
'dime. Sis leaves 'em on de dresser
,when she .ain't a-wearin! 'em -
caped with $3,000 after an hour's
Troy, N. Y. Cow that Dolly
Boji, 11, was leading to water be
came frightened and dragged
child to death beneath street car.
Exposition Committee received '
by King Christian X.
Louisville, Ky. E. A. Judd,'
Chicago, elected president. Real
Hempstead, N. Y. Henry Tur
ner, 22, student of aviation, made
flight against orders of instruc
tors. 25-foot fall. May die.
St. Louis. Head of W..&T. .
U." took girl's clothes because sheu
had gone in swimming without
proper bathing suit. Walked to
town "properly" clad in fish net.
Bloomington,IU. Robert Bak
er, 54, trustee Perry township and
prominent churchman, shot and
killed himself. Ill-health.
Paris. Aeroplane of Helene
Dutrieu, aviatrix, wrecked in falL
She escaped unhurt.
St. Petersburg. Czar's young-
est daughter, Olga, 16, betrothed
to Grand Duke Paulevitch, 20, her
London. British government
formally thanked CapL Arthur
Rostron for services tendered to
Los Angeles. John R. Har
rington, Chicago attorney, swore
that Darrow sent George Behm
to Ortie. McManigal to nave lat
ter deny dynamiting charge.
Washington. Taft very cocky
over way steam roller has flat
tened Roosevelt and thinks he'll
be elected in falL