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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1913, Image 26',
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ed that government take stringent
action against Wall street bankers
for creating artificial money strin
gency when money is needed to move
crops. Called N. Y. bankers financial
pirates. Said he told Wilson major
ity in Senate was willing to work 14
hours a day to relieve the country.
London. King Alf and Queen Vic
of Spain started for San Sebastian,
summer home of Spanish royal fam
ily, after week's visit "in England.
Washington. House Republicans
aid Democrats have ended debate
over Caminetti scandal without get
London. J. B. Joel won $25,000
when his horse Palatine was defeated
in Goodwood cup race. Joel bought
Palatine for $250,000 on condition
that $25,000 would be repaid if Pala
tine lost race this season.
Allentown, Pa. Fire destroyed
S. Flory Manufacturing plant at Ban
gor, Pa. Loss of $500,000.
Naragansett Pier, R. I. Stories of
party at Melcolm Stevenson's home
at which lack of jewelry was equaled
by lack of clothes overshadowing
excitement over Rumsey and Hanan
$200,000 jewel robberies.
Denver. All Colorado celebrating
thirty-seventh birthday today.
Springfield. Attorney General
Lucey holds that women cannot sit
on juries in Illinois.
St. Louis. Edward White, Chi
cago,, says new barge line from Chi
cago to New Orleans will be running
in three months. A fleet of 150-ton
barges will ran under their own
power from Chicago to LaSalle,
where cargoes will be transferred to
.larger barges drawn by steamer.
Terre Haute, Ind "Drys" protest
against "wet" victory in Otter Creek
Township yesterday. Say more
votes were cast than there are voters,
and that "wets" imported repeaters.
Unofficial-result: Wets 286, drys 278.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Michigan Bug
gy Co., auto manufacturers, closed
plant today, laying off 100 workmen.
Company to be reorganized.
Galesburg, III. Geo. S. Hughes,
wealthy farmer, killed by- horse,
which kicked him above heart.
Leaves wife and son.
Springfield. Gov. Dunne reviewed
6th I. N. G. and Dickson Cadets of
Peoria at Camp Lincoln this after
noon. Columbus, O. Reported that Rod
ney J. Diegle, former sergeant-at-arms
of Ohio senate, now in pen for
bribery, will be pardoned Aug. 10,
when Senator Andrews' term expires
for same offense.
Washington. Democrats of House
Banking Committee proposed to'
complete administration currency re
form bill. End of six weeks of dis
cussion in sight.
Springfield, III. Samuel Lackhart,
who shot up village of lies Junction,
captured by Deputy Sheriff Morris
after wild chase.
Kansas City. County judges voted
to pay bills for trials of B. Clark
Hyde, charged with murder of CoL
Thos. H. Swope. This makes Hyde's
fourth trial certain.
Milwaukee. Mayor Bading says
Milwaukee women at beaches can
wear slit bathing skirts, men's bath
ing suits or any darn thing they
please so long as they wear some
thing. Marion, III. Tony Ancronio wak
ened up while burglar was-in room.
In hospital with bullet in stomach.
York, Neb.--M. N. Darnell, 53,
hanged self here. Poor health.
Sag Harbor, L. I. "Good night,"
said one minute after 9 o'clock at
night by a girl under 16, who is not
in her home, is a violation of a new
curfew law here.
Southampton, Biggest liner, Im
perator, en route to New York with
over 700 first-class cabin passengers.
London. Over 250,000 children
not vacinnated in past year because
parents "conscientiously objected."
Salem, III. Women organized
school of political science. Lawyers
will lecture. Fifty suffragists attend-