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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 02, 1912, Image 9

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New York. 3D(T teachers of
German in high schools and cql
leges sailed for Germany on seven
weeks' excursion. They will hold
annual convention at Berlin,
Aug. 9.
North Adams, Mass. Fire de
stroyed Wilson House, oldest
hotel in cjty. Several guests had
narrow escapes. More than $300r
000 loss.
New York. Samuel Becker,
IS, while flying kite from roof of
4-story tenement, stepped off
ledge. Killed.
New York. Sheriff Harber
ger, holding attachment against
Rube Marquard, N. Y. pitcher, re
fused to serve it until after the
ball player had defeated Boston
last week.
New York. Richard .Harding
Davis has confirmed rumor that
he is to marry Bessie McCoy, ac
tress, next Sunday. Davis di
vorced from his first wife 2 weeks.
Plymouth, England.; Chaun
cey M. Depew acknowledged that
Roosevelt was live wire-; also said
Bryan was dark horse of Balti
more convention.
( Tarrytown, N. Y. John IX
Rockefeller, Jr., chartered ferry
boat for $15 ; captain took on two
other passengers at $5 each 'and
John, Jr., wanted $10 rebate.
Woonsocket, R. I. Henry Des
Louvre was locked up and charg
ed with murder of Angele Del
mar, whose headless body was
found in Blackstone river. Des
Louvre had eloped from France
with the woman.
Kingston, N.X Mrs. E. H.
Harriman in her launch "directed
rescue of two men in midstreamt
off Kingston. Canoe capsized. t
Elgin, 111. Mrs. Kate Walsh,2
Chicago patient Elgin State Hos
pital, attempted to escape. Jump-5
ed from 2nd-story window Leg2
broken.
Kewanee, 111. George Scrog-tr
gins, Civil War veteran, found'
dead at breakfast table when'
neighbors entered home. i
La Porte, Ind. Mayor Dar--'
row, who has been disbarred fronvS
practicing in courts for actions int
criminal case years ago, has been
reinstated. T
Danville, 111. Mrs. George1,
Minick, Vedersburg, Ind.J neaif
here, suicide. M,Set fire to feathetf'
bed on which she was lying. Suf-',
fering from tuberculosis. Hus-'
band and four children survive. -
'Elgin, 111. George Horaney
attendant Elgin State Hospital
-commended to Governorby Char
ities Board because he suffered?
broken leg rather than strike any
insane man.
La Porte, Ind. Mrs. Helen L.
Cquden, recently sued for divorce
by Admiral Couden, filed an affw
davit for immediate allowance.
Claimed he deserted her after 29
years marriage 2
Newport, R. I. Battleship
Louisiana ran aground 1,0002
yards north of Hog Island in Nar-
ragansett Bay. Came off at high'
tide without damage. t
Rockford, 111. Fred Smeicer,
Lone Rock, drowned while bath-'
ing in Rock river.
' Reno, Nev. After George
Wingfield refused appointment''
.as U. S senator to succeed late1
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