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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1912, Image 29',
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head of British police, recovering.
Was shot by Albert Bowes,
Charleston, W. Va. Mrs.
Catherine Osenton awarded $35,
000 by federal jury in $100,000
alienation- suit against Mrs. Mar
Lima, O. Parishioners held
celebration in courtroom f when
libel suit against -pastor was dis
missed. El Paso. Mexican rebels in
vaded towns near here. U. S. &vp
thorities awaiting instructions
Richmond, Va. Business men
have made appeal to governor to
save life of Claude Swanson Al
len, sentenced tp die with father,
Floyd Allen, for Hillsville court
New Haven, Conn. Mary
fiernan "and Michael Philbin,
each 60, drank (mart of whisky.
Turned on gas. Rescued for din
ner, Salem,Ore. Question of the
governor's right to reprieve con
demned prisoners and set date for
hangings after one has been set
by court will delay 5 hangings
scheduled for Dec 13.
Washington. Chief Inspector
Belnap of Interstate Commerce
Commission will take personal
charge of investigation of Penn
sylvania wreck at ien JLocn.
Charleston, W. Va. Mrs.
Catherine Osehton given $30,000
in alienation suit of $100,000
against Mrs. Margaret H. Wil
liamson. London. Commissioner of
Police Sid Edward Henry, Lon-
ddn, shot and seriously wounded
by Albert G. Bowen, chauffeur.,
Bowen had Been refused taxi li
cense. Columbus, O. Paul R. Nelson,
32, serving life sentence for bur
glary, pardoned by governor.
Norwalk, O. Ernest Welch
soaked $200 fine, six months in
workhouse and costs of prosecu
tion for his part in tarring of Min
Bangor, Me. 12 men "taken
for deer.' Undertaker doing -well.
BAD ENOUGH, BUT
"Girls ! Huh f snorted the pes
simist disgustedly. "Don't talk to
Une about girls! I took one of
them out to lunch last "Week."
"Well, that's all right," said his
friend. "No trouble, in that, was
"Yes. I took her into a restaur
ant, and she said she wasn't htm-
"Didn't she ea$ anything r
"Eat anything! Why, man, she
went right through the menu!
She had soup, salmon, two en
trees, thicken, cream, pudding,
macaroons and coffee. Eat any
thing, indeed 1"
"Anyhow, old chap said his
friend soothingly, "you ought to
"Glad! What for?"
"Glad she wasn't hungry.
Mayking, Ky., baby born with
full growth of gray hair on head.
Doesn't rattle us. Wonder they
don't born em in Kentucky with
full growth of red whiskers.