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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 01, 1913, Image 28',
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Bion at: Ft, Pitt powder mills at Put
Boston. Investigation of whole
sale smuggling through the port of
Boston which, It is said, will involve
high officials, was progressing rapid
ly today and more' arrests were ex
pected. London. Mrs.' Emmeline Pank
hurst, militant leader of British suf
fragettes, today was brought into
Old Bailey court and grand jury
formally indicted her for conspiracy
tb maliciously destroy property. Her
trial will begin tomorrow.
Milan. Baroness Claudine Succhi,
70, once noted ballet dancer, who re
ceived fortune in jewels from royalty,
died in poorhouse.
London. 1,620 applicants for va
cant post of gatekeeper at West Ham
Paris Cairefontaine church, built
in eleventh century, offered for sale
at one dollar. No buyer.
Camden, N. J. St. Louis married
man wrote judge of divorce court,
asking for separation papers by re
turn mail. Wanted to marry again.
Albany, N.Y. Sullivan law against
carrying weapons partly repealed by
bill permitting citizens to carry re
volvers with consent, of magistrate.
.New York. Angered by sons
elopement with-heiress, Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Conlin "published notice that
they are not responsible for his debts.
Mexico City. Unconfirmed re
ports from Morelos state-that Pascual
Orozco, Sr., father of rebel leader,
has been killed by Zapatistas.
Los.AngeIes. Felix Seligname and
wife of Chicago and two others in
jured when Sante Fe and Southern
Pacific trains crashed.
Washington. Two aged women
we're greatly surprised to receiye $2;
000 for a first edition of Edgar Allen
Poe's "Al Aaraaf," which they con
sidered of no value and were using
to support a bureau in place of a lost
San Francisco. Low Fat Yuen,
who has oriental shop in Chinatown,
named his two new sons after. Presi
dent Wilson and Vice President, Mar
shall. President Wilson's secretary
wrote v Low the president's apprecia
tion of the "compliment paid him."
Fort Wayne, Ind. James Russell
Smith and Robert Parker, who claim
they are Associated Press corres
pondents and' reporters for Boston
Globe, arrested, charged with obtain-
ing money' under false pretenses.
New York. Ex-President Taft ar
rived here with Mrs. Taft and their
son Charlie, after month's vacation
at Augusta, Ga. ' T
Visalia, CalJ Miss Belle Roberts,,1
native of Illinois,, despondent over
death of sister, "committed suicide. -Gun.
San Francisco. Schooner John D. ,
Spreckels' is drifting bottom up otLr
Point Reyes. Faterof crew unknown.
Canton, China. Wu Ting Fang, J
ex-Chinese minister to TJ. S., is, men-,
tioned for presidency here. .
Philadelphia. Harrison t Bros. &3
Co. offer 15 cents a day to; employes.'
taking daily bath. Two-thirds of 7O0
workers have accepted offer. ?
'SPRINGING A NEW ONE
With a wild look in his eyes the.f
man with the green satchel rushed
ahead of the excited mob. .
"Discovered!" he shouted for. the ,
twentieth time. -"Discovered! Ic is
all over now." -
And then they caught hird.. v
"Where'd you escape from?" .
"Nowhere' f , '
"What were you locked up for?"
"Nothing." ' , .
"Then what in thunderation is dis- t
"The North Pole, gentlemen, the
North Pole; and if you wilFallow mel
to open this satchel you will discover.!
the greatest bargain in double action, I
automatic, self -revolving collar-but-??
But ten determined men picked
him up and dropped hjm into thet
neares&dust-bin, , .-I