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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 31, 1912, Image 29',
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Elizabeth -Fleming, 63, formerly
their servant, who saved consider
able money and willed it to' An
tonafamily. Hastings, Neb. r W J3aker,
who disappeared 14 years ago, re
turned to find wife married to his
former chum, David Hyatt.
Baker and Hyatt " came to
friendly agreement by which Hy
att moved away while Baker paid
visit to his wife and 6 children.
Wife has 2 children by second
Gary, Ind. 5 dealers arrested
here for selling milk from infected
Oyster Bay.-r-Roosevelt an
nounced that .he expected to tart
for Chicago Sunday night.
Newark, O.-Tr-Alex Cosma and
John Boyer held to grand jury on
charge of burning Farmers' Show
Store to collect insurance. $1,50Q
Lincoln, Neb. Roosevelt forces
rushed regulars off their feet at
yesterday's state convention and
secured control of most of state
machinery. Taft forces left hall
and started rump convention.
Progressives refused to withdraw-Roosevelt
New York-r-David S. Barry
was given the job of head of
.Taftfs press agents
Paris. Fashionably ,dres sed
young woman jumped from top of
Eiffel tower, 525 feet. Body torn
almost in half.
'Roanoke, Va. Progressive
party in conference here perfect
ed 4 permanent organization,
adopted party platform, elected
delegates' to Chicago, contention
and" elected members of stated
Neenah, Wis. Albert Parker,
63, took overdose of headache,
Hamburg. 9 men drowned h,
Einfelder sea when sailing vessel
Vienna. M. Haas, who shott
and killed wife because she was,
dying with consumption and then
tried suicide, acquitted by jury,
but fined $1.80 for carrying dead
Painesville, O. 2 boys stopped
at his gate and frightened Wil-
lie Carrig, 7, who ran into house f
and dropped dead on floor.
Washington. rBust of Joe Can
non will soon be placed in Hall of -Fame.
It will not haye a cheroot. ?
Found at Last.
For several weeks Brown had
been missing coal from his coal-,
house, and now he was driven to
buy a lock and key. A short time -
after fixing it on, a neighbor's lit
tle lad came running to him. (
"Oh, please, Mr. Brown," he ,
panted, "do uqlock your coal-r
house door!" T
Brown at once conjectured that f
here was the culprit.
"No," he said, "I shan't!"
"But you must, sobbed the boy.
"My mother's in it!"
-o o : j
"How do you like running your
restaurant on the no-tipping -j
"First rate !" replied the propri- r
etor. "It enables me to raise the j
prices ten per cent on the bill of 3
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