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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1913, Image 29',
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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Bucharest. Balkan peace terms
agreed. Bulgarian frontier little
larger than before she sacrificed
thousands of men and millions of
money. Senria, Greece and Rou
mania gratr off some territory won
from TurkB by Bulgaria.
St. Louis. Telephone girls refuse
to go back to work under terms
agreed to by company and executive
board of Electrical Workers' Union.
Girls denounce action of executive
board in calling off strike.
Mexico City. Believed Huerta will
not interfere with John Lind coming
as President Wilson's special peace
envoy. Business men hope he will
do some good. Both sides politically
object to Lind in unofficial capacity.
Boston. Opposition for only one
office in Knights of Columbus elec
tion, but Dr. T. L. Harrington, Mil
waukee, withdrew after spirited fight,
and Dr. E. W. Buckley, St. Paul, re
elected supreme physician.
Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Edith Hol
land Darby, eldest daughter, cut off
with $25 in will of T. B. Holland,
Hamburg. Ambassador Gerard
sailed for U. S. House rent' in Berlin
will cost him $19,000 a year. Salary
$17,500. May quit.
St. Louis. Mrs. Margaret E. Lamie,
wealthy widow, says she can prove
that Wm. H. Lee, Chicago publisher,
recently dead, was her half brother.
Lost track of him when he was 4.
Washington. Toledo, St. Louis &
Western Ry., "Clover Leaf," notified
postofflce department it won't carry
mail after 60 days, because of in
creased weight with growth of parcel
post. Department says road will not
be permitted to discontinue. Con
tracts run two years yet.
.' London. Former .Judge Jesse
Holdom, Chicago, operated on. Ap
pendicitis. New York. Justice Guy permitted
Edward D. Barrett Onion to drop the
Onion-and become Barrett.
Peoria, III. Rain today broke a
drought of 7 weeks, worst since 1870.
Washington. Rep. Thomas, Ken
tucky, who used a knife in fight with
Doorkeeper Goodlet,.will not be in
vestigated. Christiana. Search on for sur
vivors of Schroeder-Stranz arctic ex
pedition. Wrecked expedition was
led by Capt. Lerner. Five Germans
and 8 sailors.
South Bend, Ind. Patrick A.
Joyce, comptroller, nominated for
mayor on Democratic ticket Plural
ity over Cbas. Weidler, 1,315. Harvey
Rostiher nominated for city clerk.
Milwaukee. U. S. league of build
ing and loan associations discussing
protection from unfair taxation. 500
delegates here, representing 6,000 as
sociations. Milwaukee. Preparations com-,
plete for welcome of Cardinal Gib
bons, who will celebrate pontifical
high mass Sunday and open conven
tion of American Federation of Cath
olic Societies. 500 delegates expect
ed. Opposition to taking any stand
Pueblo. Ejected from home on
court order, Frank Dollman, former
policeman, shot and killed Constable
Norman Patterson. The'n killed self.
London. Sir James Browne, one
of England's best known alienists,
said most alarming sympton of. ill
health in world today is increase of
insanity. Has increased 276 per cent
in England since 1859, against popu
lation increase of 87 per cent.
Washington. Secy. Bryan receiv
ed telegram saying John Lind sailed
for Mexico on battleship New Hamp
shire from Galveston at 9 oiclock this
Paris. French senate passed
three-year military service bill 245 to
37. Becomes law when signed by
Denver. Ernesto T. Simonetti,
Italian publisher of El Diario, Mexi
can paper says it is either recognl-