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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 19, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
. Portland, Me. Mrs. Clarence H.
Mackay of New York has leased
home of ex-Mayor Adam P. Leighton
in this city and is expected here in
day or two.
W Washington. Members of media
tion board appointed.by Pres. Wilson
I under the Newlands act will hold first
meeting in Washington and then visit
cities where trainmen and railroad
officials have headquaters.
Mexico City. Pathetic appeals for
help .received by courier from Du-
rango. Bandit gangs terrorizing
! country. Archbishop of Durango
and many rich Mexicans and for-
, eigners held for ransom.
I Houston. Engineer A. Tyler , and
Fireman E. Montamat killed when
passenger locomotive on Texas &
New Orleans Road exploded.
St. Louis. Edmund J. Piper, pres
ident and treasurer of Bollman Piano
Co., killed himself by drinking car
bolic acid.
Omaha, Neb. Bankers of reserve
cities of middle west say Secretary
Bryan worked out Wilson-Glass cur
rency bill and call him "dangerous
power."
Portland, Ore. Sheriff has order
ed arrest of every member of I. W.
W. who attempts to speak in public.
Washington. Secretary Bryan
will begin regular scheduled course
of Chautauqua lectures at Winona,
Ind., Sunday afternoon, continuing
them until he returns here to meet
Ambassador Henry L. Wilson from
Mexico.
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Truman
Chapman, 22, Hamilton, Ont., res
cued from brink of American falls
last night by four men who formed
human chain to get him.
Seattle, Wash. U. S. sailors and
marines of Pacific reserve fleet raid
ed Socialist and I. W. W. headquart-'
ers, destroying furniture and litera
ture. Portland, Ore. Jury in case of E.
2J..C. Von Klein, charged with larceny
of jewelry of Ethel Newcomb, failed
to agree after being out 30 hours.
Discharged. New trial set for Sept.
2, with cash bail at $4,500. Mrs.
Rena B. Morrow of Chicago, who
financed defense, in courtroom.
St. Louis. Chas. C. Revelle, state
superintendent of insurance, declar
ed today that Missouri's fire risk war
had been ended by compromise.
Baltimore, Md. Cardinal Gibbons,
79 Wednesday, says he does not ex
pect to five much longer.
New York. Lillian Lorraine, act
ress, asks annulment of marriage to
P. M. Greisheimer because he "false
ly and fraudulently represented to the
plaintiff that he was a respectable,
honest, law-abiding and honorable
man, and concealed from the plaintiff
his true character."
New York. Railroad managers
last night made concessions that may
yet prevent strike on eastern roads.
Washington. House Democrats
succeeded in choking off Republicans
who tried to stir up the Diggs-Cam-inetti
scandal again.
Portland, Ore. Mecfill McCormick
of Chicago arrived here. Says he's
going to study political conditions.
London. Queen Eleanore of Bul
garia telegraphed Queen Elizabeth
(Carmen Sylva) of Roumania ask
ing that invasion of Bulgaria by
Roumania be stopped. Elizabeth re
plied that Roumanian soldiers would
continue to advance, but would use
every consideration.
Atchison, Kan. Twenty thousand
visitors, mostly children, attended
birthday party of B. P. Waggener, 67
years old, wealthy resident of Atchi
son. Children were from all over
Northeastern Kansas.
Colorado Springs. H. Brown, pro
fessional automobile racer, and J. P.
Bradley drove 2p-horsepower car to
summit of Pike's Peak. Left Cascade
at 10:30 a. m. yesterday. Reached
summit at 4:05 p. m.
Belleville, III. Sisters Regina and

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