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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1912, Image 26',
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of $25 and several store's, where
they obtained cash and merchan
dise. Tokio. Minister of Interior
has received warning that many
Japanese are planning suicide as
proof of their grief over Mikado's
Hoboken, N. J. George Mar
shall, motorman, probably fatally
injured and 20 passengers shaken
up when 2 trolley cars collided on
.elevated structure leading to
Lackawanna Railroad station.
London. Kid McCoy, arrested
in connection with Ostend jewel
robbery, reelased on $15,000 bail.
Put up $10,000 himself while
friend contributed rest.
Madison, Wis. First national
newspaper conference came to an
end last night. Richard Henry
Little, Chicago, cut up at banquet
which ended meeting.
Shanghai. Foreign business
men, other than English, are all
excited over fact that Dr. George
Ernest Morrison, Pekin corre
spondent of London Times, has
been appointed political adviser
to Chinese president.
Believe that he will give Great
Britain tight grip on Chinese af
fairs. Garden Chy, N. Y. 2 mono
planes driven by Wm. Heina,
Pittsburg, and James Steinhauer,
Cleveland, collided in air. Short
fall. Aviators escaped injury.
Suffern, N. Y. Mrs. Thomas
Fortune Ruan has given $250,000
estate to Convent of Holy Child.
San Francisco. Capt. Spurr,
quartermaster of U. S. Transport
Sherman, has been relieved of
command and Capt. Frank Ely
pqt in his place.
Spurr is alleged to have been
guilty of indiscretions with
daughter of superior officer dur
ing recent trip of Sherman from
Boston, Mass. Union iron and
brass molders, and coremakers
will strike unless granted demand
of 25 per cent wage increase.
Boise, Idaho. Progressives be
lieve that their candidate, Paul
clagstone, will be nominated by
Republicans for governor as re
sult of yesterday's primaries.
Up to late hour John Haines,
stand-pat candidate, had only 600
lead with ' northern country,
which is strong for Roosevelt, yet
to be heard from.
Minneapolis, Minn. 7 persons
injured and 3 machines wrecked
in 3 auto accidents here last night.
Detroit, Mich. Board of Com
merce pledged financial aid to
push investigation of alleged
grafting in city hall.
Reported that ne wdeal involv
ing" several aldermen and- which
had $30,000 prize will be investi
gated. Grand Rapids, Mich. Edward
Weldon, who tried to steal 10
cents from blind pencil vender,
began 30-day sentence at break
ing stones in county jail.
Jefferson City, Mo. Sec'y of
State Roach denied statement
that he would refuse to place
Bull Moose ticket on official bal
lots for general election.
Declared that he had not fully
investigated law on this subject.
Lawrenceburg, Ind. 3 Indian-
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