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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1913, Image 32',
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ed at his home. He seemed to be
dazed when taken by the police.
Anderson, Ind. Williahr Brown,
25, of Ingalls, son of Township
Trustee W. W. Brown, this afternoon
confessed to Sheriff Black that he
killed Constable Albert Hawkins at
Ingalls last night in a struggle fol
lowing an argument over a recent
blind tiger raid made at Ingalls.
Claims self defense.
San Francisco. Message from
those in fire zone this afternoon state
that Tamalpais fire has been exag
gerated. No lives lost, according to
latest reports, and a shift in wind is
driving fire back from redwood for
ests. New York. Aubrey Boucicault,
actor, stricken in recent hot spell,
died today of pneumonia at N. Y.
Manchester, Eng. Police raided
suffraget headquarters here in be
lief that militants have transferred
their national headquarters.
Omaha, Neb. Wm. Rocheford, 62,
killed, and two sons. Rector and
Wm., Jr., badly hurt, in auto wreck.
New Orleans. Anthony Van A.
Winans, with income of $10,000 a
year, dead of pneumonia superinduc
ed by starvation. Winans spent in
come for year and wouldn't borrow
Philadelphia. State supreme
court today declared invalid repub
lican measure creating five addition
al judges for bench of this city.
Madison, Wis. Capt. Thaddeus M.
Wild, chief clerk in bank examiner's
department, is in critical condition
here from taking bichloride of mer
cury tablets by mistake.
New Orleans. Leon and Harry
Martinez killed themselves by drink
ing carbolic acid, thus carrying out
pact made on deathbed of their
mother, who died July 1.
Washington. Special report made
public today by .Interstate Commerce
Commissioner McChord bitterly con
demns New York, New Haven &
Hartford for Stamford, Conn., wreck.
St. Louis. Striking white waiters
have not yet received answer to their
appeal to Gov. Major for troops to
protect them from police.
Bonne Terre, Mo. James Pullen
was shot to death today by Jamea
Lawrence.after a fight between their
bulldogs. Lawrence has not been ar
rested. Davenport, la. Frederick Lantau,
66, wealthy farmer, killed when
thrown from load of hay as his horses
became frightened at interurban car.
Washington. Suffraget leaders
promised a chance next December to
tell house rules committee why wo
man's suffrage amendment should be
tacked on to constitution.
Paris. Mrs. John F. Martin, widow
of wealthy New York banker, today
reported to police she had been rob
bed of jewels worth $32,000.
New York. Following conference
between W. G. Lee, president of
Brotherhood of Trainmen, and Presi
dent Garretson of the Conductors, it
was reported they will not go to
Washington to confer with President
Wilson and the secretary of labor.
Newark, N. J. Five workmen kill
ed and several badly crushed when
excavation caved in, burying them
SURE HE WAS
There was a gay feller
Who fell in the cellar.
He was a convivial soul.
Wife cried, "What's that clatter?"
Said he, "Nit's the matter.
I'm laying in next winter's coal."
Fair tonight, with moderate tem
perature for Chicago and vicinity;
Friday increasing cloudiness and
warmer, probably becoming-unsettled
by night; moderate northeast to east
winds tonight shifting to southerly.