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CIRL MURDERED IN WASHROOM
POLICE AT SEA IN CASE
Dallas, Tex., July 29.-Every ef
fort '.to, discover murderer of Miss
Florence Brown, 25, stenographer,
has failed. ""-".
Girl's body was found in washroom
of offices of Robinson & Styron, real
estate dealers, shortly before eight'
Body lay in pool of blood. Throat
was slit from ear to ear. There were
bruises on head, face and shoulders.
There were teeth marks on right
arm. A' bent ring that had bee'n torn
from left hand' lay "beside the 'body?
The murder must have happened
early in the morning, at which time
Miss Brown usually was alone in the
The girl's father, Policeman Ran
dolph Brown, was patrolling his beat
one block away at the time of the
The girl is the niece of Jeff D. Rob
inson, one of the partners in the firm
for which she worked.
If the murderer is caught within
the next few days he probably will
THE CHINESE REVOLUTION
Shanghai, July 29. Rebels still
bombarding foreign quarter.
Chinese of city panic-stricken.
Americans here believe revolution is
Pekin. Rebels believed to have
abandoned plan to march northward
against President Yuan Shi Kai.
Plan for separation of North and
South is being considered by Presi
dent and cabinet.
American consul at Hankow re
ports rebels there fired on British
and Standard Oil steamers.
"Don't you know, better, than to
drive that poor horse uphill so fast?"
said a humanitarian to a driver.
"Uphill, is it?" said the driver.
"What's the difference? The nag's
blind and he can't see it!"
HOLLOWAY JAIL UNDER DOUBLE
GUARD FEAR TROUBLE
London, July 29. Scotland Yard
today has put Holloway .jail under
heavy guard in fea"r of militant at
tack . on prison that now holds over
thirty stiff ragettes. Every entrance is
guarded. All comers forced to sub
mifto rigid identification.
Two women arrested in yester
day's demonstration at the jail were
sentenced, today to two months in
jail. Would not give their names.
Sylvia Pankhurst, daughter of mili
tant leader, who is in jail,- has1 gone
,her mother one better. In addition
to refusing tp eat; drink, or, walk,
Miss Pankhurst also has refused to
sleep.. She walked her cell all last
'night,', refusing to lie down.
A DAY WASTED
"What's the reason you weren't at
school yesterday, Waldemar?"
"The circus, ma'am."
"A little boy has-no business wast
ing valuable study hours at a circus?'
"That's what ma said, so she went
and left me to watch the baby."
WE ATHERTcSeC AST
For Chicago and vicinity; generally
fair tonight and Wednesday; warm
er Wednesday; wind . shifting to
southerly tonight and increasing