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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 11, 1913, Image 6',
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cash supplied by Duchess Carl Theo
dore of Bavaria for overthrow of re
public in Portugal and restoration of
Manuel was wrecked on Belgian
coast and seized by King Albert.
Berkeley, Cal. Will of the Mrs.
Adelaide S. Soule, late widow of Prof.
Frank Soule of University of Califor
nia, provides that her heart be cut
out and her body held seven days
before burial, and that all her pet
cats and dogs be chloroformed and
then held under water for 24 hours.
New York. Police can get no clue
to robbers who last night slept in
railroad depot, were wakened at 4 a.
m. by their own alarm clock, and
backed up truck and stole 1,400
pounds of perfume valued at $5,000.
New York. Italian consulate here
has been adyised that two agents of
Italian government are on their way
here to get Porter Charlton and take
him back to Italy to stand trial for
murder of his wife.
Paris. Jack Johnson, negro pugil
ist, refused admittance at four big
hotels, here, but at last received at
Austin, Tex. State has filed suit
here asking judgment of $15,000,000
against Missouri, Kansas & Texas
railroad lints for violation of Texas
Liverpool. King George V. visit
ing this city today. All exchanges'
New York. At banquet to Lauro
Muller, Brazilian minister of foreign
affairs, Secretary of State Bryan said
he was most roasted man in U. S.,
and that, like Brazilian coffee, the
more roasting he got, the better he
New York. Elbert Hubbard, En
rico Caruso and Earl Carroll of the
Leo Feist Publishing Co. are writing
an American opera.
Deming, N. M. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and his two sons were met
here by Capt. C. A. Green way, Bis
bee, Ariz:, a former rough-rider.
London. Hotel costing $6,250,000
to be erected on ground now occupied
by St. George's Hospital on Constitu
tion Hill, opposite entrance to Hyde
Washington. Tariff bill sent to
government printer. As revised in
caucus will be-reported to Senate to
morrow. Debate probably will begin
Monday or Tuesday.
London. Mexican government has
ordered 80,000 rifles, to be used in
"pacifying the country," in this city.
Cincinnati. City Board of Health
has announced its intention of taking
fizz out of soda water und other fizzy
New York. Irving Bunnell bought
-from E. T. Maynard seat on New
York Stock .Exchange for $38,000,
new low record. Last previous, sale
was at $40,000.
MARTIN STARTS SAYS HE'LL
OVERTAKE OTHER FLIERS
Aviator Glenn Martin, three days
behind the schedule of the Chicago
Detroit hydroaeroplane race, started
from Grant Park early today in pur
suit of the other three flyers now in
the endurance contest. At 9 a. m.
Martin alighted in Michigan City
covering the distance at the rate of
a mile a minute.
After a stop of twenty minutes he
set sail for Macatawa Bay. Before
leaving Martin declared he would
overhaul the leaders, all of whom
have suffered accidents, before night.
Beckwith Havens, who has been
in the lead since the start, was forced
to descend to the surface of the lake
near Pentwater and it was reported
that Roy Francis, who has made a
plucky fight in the face of adversi
ties, has overtaken - him. Lifeboats
were sent to Havens' aid, though he
was not believed to be in danger.
Francis made a desperate effort to
catch Havens before the latter start
ed from Macatawa Bay this morn
ing, but failed after spectacular
flight, in which his machine narrow
ly escaped being dashed to pieces.