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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1913, Image 30',
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London News agency today aid
J. W. Martin, 'Memphis cotton broker,
missing since April 3, was found in
suburban rooming house.
Winnipeg, Man. George Hartman
had been commissioried-to-fumigate
Gunn building. Fumes penetrated to
adjoining Turkish bath establish
ment, where three died from asphyx
iation. Hartman arrested.
New York. Police, deputy sheriffs',
detectives and private citizens today
swarmed estates of wealthy residents
of Westchester county, following
labor uprising yesterday, when one
man was killed and several wounded.
Washburn, N. O. Clarence E.
Funk, cashier First National Bank
--here, was shot -and killed from am
bush last night. ' Lynching threaten
ed A. T. Anderson, clerk hi the bank,
when the crowd suspected h'im. He
was rushed out of town.
Kansas City. Clive Brown, actor,
dressed as lion. Real lion set loose
too soon. Brown is in hospital.
Lawton, Mich. Paul Murphy, 9,
killed by baseball
Fort Smith, Ark. Six men en
tombed in mine of Wester Coal and
Mining -Co. when dynamite explosion
closed exits. Rescued.
New York. George Denk, railroad
fireman, killed his wife and self when
doctor told him he was color blind.
Bridgeport, Conn. Judge Green
of criminal branch of superior court
issued warrants for Pres. Chas. S.
Mellen and Vice-Pres. E. McHenry of
N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. Charged with
gross negligence and manslaughter
in connection with wreck at West
port last October. Several persons
Cairo, III. Ohio river fell 7-10ths
of a foot, here in last 24 hours. Now
. marks 52 feet and 3-10ths. Will soon
pass below danger mark.
Detroit, Mich. Black Hand
blamed for murder of Albert Cervase,
32, and brother-in-law, Albert Cata-
BITS OF NEWS FROM ALLOVER;
batted by brother;
lano, 22.-1- Shotdown as they were -about
to 'enter theii: homes in-Italian "
district f- ' - ' 1
New York John1 D. Rockefeller?"
J. D. Archbold arid other oil officials
subpoenaed'to testify in suit in which' '
state of Texas is attempting to se-;
cure $100,000,000.f rom the "trust" "
Columbus, O. E. J. Jaquith, 23,
alleged son of E. P, jaquith, retired,
banker, 114 E. Waltof pi., Chicago,
under arrest here, charged with at
tempting, to defraud hotel. Arrested,
in Dayton, where Ije says he' ,took..a
large squad of men from Chicago to -help
in1 flood-stricken city.
Fitchburg, Mass. Ernest JVIosch
ner lined his four children up in a
bedroom and shot them'all to death.
Then 'killed himself. He was tuber
Monte Carlo. Aviator Godart,
Frenchman, drowned when his ma
chine fell into bay.
Joliet, .111. To check movement of
teachers into matrimony, board of
educations voted schoolmarms an an
nual increase in. salary of $16,000.
St. Leonard's, Eng. Suffragets
burned costly seaside residence of
Arthur Ducros, member of parlia
ment. Albany. Inheritance tax experts
fix toll on J. P. Morgan's estate at
$3,500,000. This will be largest sum
collected by state for a single estate.'
New York. Miss Mary Pankhurst,
alleged relative "of English militant,
employed foreignatctics when she in
terrupted a play by shouting "Votes
for women.7 Arrested. , v
. New. York This is the last Hay for
filing Titanic damage claims. Up to
last night 684 suits,, totalling $12,-
000,000, had been file.d.
Auburn, ,N. Y. The International
Harvester Co., refusing.arbitration of ,
700 striking . employes) will move
plant to Europe. ' 11
Washington. 1,000 shots fired jiy '
Mexicans across American border atlV?
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