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also apparently for Annenberg, and
Thompson McGuire, head of the Mc
Guire & White Detective Agency.
Shortly, after the Bachrach-Thom-ason-McGuire
combination, a repre
sentative of the nflhois Surety Com
pany strolled into the station, and it
was discovered that he was there to
go bond for the Tribune slugger so
he would not have to endure a mo
ment in jail.
In court, Policeman Michael Wejs
baum signed a complaint charging
assault with a deidly weapon with
intent to murder against Annenberg.
Annenberg was arraigned.
After, a long argument, Bachrach
was permitted to schedule $20,000
worth of property, and this along
with Tom McGuire's $25,000 worth,
was accepted for the bond.
Annenberg left the courtroom,
Washington. Pres. Wilson deter
mined there shall be no strike on
Eastern railroads, and will take
drastic measures to prevent one.
Settlement may be reached at con
ference at White House this after
noon. Denver, Col. Bertha Wilcox of
Denver, whose body was v found in
field near Golden, did not commit
suicide as at first supposed. She was
London. Officially established
that all reports of rioting at Sofia un
true. Balkan situation extremely
critical. Greece will not accept in
tervention of powers, but is deter
mined to continue war against Bul
garia. Wilkesbarre, Pa. Practically es
tablished that Alice Crispwell, be
lieved to have been murdered on
night of July 4, was alive July 5, Her"
sweetheart, Herbert Johns,' still held
for murder. Second autopsy not yet
Sterling, III. Three-year-old son
of James Connolly burned to death in
fire that destroyed barns on Connelly
Indianapolis. One woman drown
ed and another believed to have been
in ending to early morning joy ride in
cab. Cab was driven into Wabash
Detroit. Merrill Armstrong,
Cleveland, in serious condition from
accident at motordome last night.
Tire burst when he was going 60
miles an hour.
Pewaukee, Wis. Frank Trost, 5,
killed by auto of A. H. Prengel.
Milwaukee. Albert Schnell, 25,
fatally injured by auto, driver of
which put on full speed and disap
peared. Carlsbad. Feared it will be neces
sary to operate for appendicitis on.
Billie Burke, the American actress.
Mexico City. Discovery of plot to
assassinate Pres. Huerta shows his
life was saved by narrowest margin.
Lexington, Ky. Rioting broke out
when city and interurban street rail
way companies tried to operate cars
Los Angeles. Fifteen is now num
ber of dead in rear-end collision of
Pacific Electric railway trains.
New York. The railway man
agers this afternoon announced they
would be willing' to arbitrate with
the men under the Newlands bill if
it is enacted.
Terre Haute, Ind. Body of James
McGregor, Salt Lake City mine own
er, found in Wabash River.
Paris. Bodies of M. Bertin and his
son found crushed and burned be
neath wreck of their monoplane.
Washington. Capital society is all
fussed up over new excise law which
forbids women drinking in public.
Pekin. Chinese senate passed bill
providing for dispatch of special en
voy to U. S. to thank that country for
its recognition of republic.
Prince Ernst surprised everybody
by inviting his pet barber to his wed
ding except the barber. You never
can surprise your pet barber.