" Mrs. Brown, 19 E, 25th St.; Wil
liam S. Davis, 3025 Prairie av.
1913 Archer av.
47 W. 20th st Fred Gerber, 2414
2128 Wabash av.; Francis E. Mc
Dermajd, J. J. McDermaid, Board of
2022 S. Dearborn st; Harry J. Gib
son and wife, 2308 Cottage Grove av.
Mrs. Reed, 2107 Indiana av; estate
Thomas R. Lyons, care John K.
Lyons, Marquette Building.
Samuel Freiberg's notorious re
sorts 20 East Twenty-second street
changed hands yesterday. Mary
and Frederick Freiberg sold building
and ground to Solomon Friedman
and Isaac Gitelson (Ike Bloom),
Uquor dealers. Gitelson or Bloom
-long has been manager of the resort.
.MARTIAL LAW ORDERED OUT OF
' W, VIRGINIA COAL FIELDS
Charleston, W. Va., June 13. By a
proclamation issued by Governor
Hatfield martial law has ceased to
exist in tfce. jeud-ridden coal fields of
West Virginia today. The last uni
formed militiaman abandoned the
tbe power of the civil courts is restored.
when on the thirteenth Friday falls!
, waiK va a careiui manner?
Look out and do not step upon
I The peel of a banana.
4rhfi nhannfis ar that. If vnn do
"You win fail on the thirteenth, top.
New Orleans, La. George Mar
garetie, president of the "United Gold
Mines and Golden States Mines Co.,
was shot and instantly killed by
MIcho Zibllch, local oyster king and
director in the two concerns.
Detroit. Emil Klugmanr 43, bru
tally murdered Mrs. Dora Seidel by
sending four bullets into her head
to escape payment of $700 he owed
Grove City, Pa. Earl Sandt, avia
tor, has broken ar mand leg, but es
caped with life when machine in
which he was flying fell fifty feet,
striking a garage.
Berlin. General strike of German
Socialists, similar to the manhood
franchise strike in Belgium, threat
ened to gain desired electoral
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Man and woman
registering as Mr, and Mrs. Joseph
Vixe of Pittston, Pa., found dead in
hoteL Believed suicide padt
Lima, O. Andrew Drew, amateur
aviator and pupil of OrviUe Wright,
dashed to death in blazing aeroplane.
Fell 200 feet
New York.- Mrs. Lillian N. Duke,
divorced wife of James B. Duke, hid
ing from service of papers in threat
ened $150,000 alienation suit of Mrs.
Catherine Soper Pence in connection
with separation suit against ex-Congressman
Annapolis, Md. Lieut A. A. Cun
ningham of staff of naval aviators
was shot at while flying fifteen miles
north of Annapolis.
Paris. Mary Garden, grand opera
singer, reported seriously ill. Con
fined to apartment
o o i
CONFESSES A MURDER
Harrisonville, Mo., June 13. Mrs.
Ida Kellar confessed that she mur
dered her husband and their 7-year-old
daughter Margaret with an ax
while they were asleep and then in
vented the story of an ax man who
also attacked her, Believed- insane.
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