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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 24, 1912, Image 26',
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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Indianapolis, Ind. No relief as
. yet promised in - coal famine
x Washington. Unable to se
t cure any witnesses Clapp com
mittee investigating campaign
contributions held no session to
3 Lincoln, Neb. W. J. Bryan in
i his Commoner today commends
the candidacy of Judge Dunne for
the Illinois governorship.
1 Denver, Col. Reported here
- today that Harriman interests
( plan to build through Colorado
2 a new line of railroad connecting
Union and S. Pacific and tapping
rich agricultural and coal mining
- Scott's Bluff, Neb. Construc
1 tion gangs along the Union Pa-
cific line have unearthed here a
number of fossils which scientists
declare among the rarest speci
mens found in recent years. Head
t of a pterodactyl is among them.
We should worry.
Albright, Neb. Small boys
" soaped tracks of A-B interurban
line. Traffic delayed four hours
while road employes, passengers
and squad of police scrubbed the
Buena Vista, Col. Two dead
and one dying as result of having
J eaten weinerwurst and sauer-
kraut at the Murphy mine, near
here. Wm. Canning, sup't, is dy
ing of ptomaine poisoning. His
bride of two weeks in critical con
l dition as result of the shock.
Pontiac, 111. 'Adolph St
"George, son of Stephen St.
George, Chicago, is dead. Acute
typhoid fever. Was third inmate
of state reformatory to die within
ten days of the fever.
Madison, Wis. University
dance goers are aroused over a re
currence of "ragging" by certain
student dancers. Students' com
mittee will take action.
Milwaukee, Wis. Bole Stan
icki bought hunting license and
tried to get married on it. Parish
priest refused to marry him. He
bought a regular license.
St. Louis, Mo. Goat got in
box office of local vaudeville
house and ate 1,000 tickets. Man
ager trying to make goat either
"cough up" tickets or cash.
Denver, Col. Pet tortoise,
aroused by warm ray of lamp in
St. Mark's Church, wiggled
around and overturned the lamp.
Firemen saved the church.
Los Angeles. When C. E.
Wilson walked into his boarding
house his landlady fainted. He
had been reported dead and a
grave dug ready for the funeral.
New York. While the after
theater crowd looked on. a
Thomas cat, fighting with the
"tails" on a fur-trimmed $350
gown in a limes bquare shop
window, tore the dress to shreds.
St. Petersburg. Rear Admiral
Tschagin, commandeer of Czar's
yacht Standart, is dead. Suicide.
Gun, No reason given.
Fond Du Lac, Wis. Five pas
sengers slightly injured when
Soo Line passenger train No. 1
was wrecked at Allentown, Wis.
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