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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1913, Image 29',
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rf DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Bennington, Vt. Jerome and Spe
cial Deputy Attorney General Ken
nedy of New York hastening to Cole
brook, N. H., to obtain possession of
. Terre Haute, Ind. Constable Os
car Stewart, Universal, Ind., dead.
Saloonkeeper Johnson .shot him last
Sunday when Stewart '-attempted to
arrest him for selling at lllegathours.
Washington. Sec'y. of Labor Wil
son sent John A. Moffitt of alien con
tract labor division of immigration
service to Calumet, Mich., with instructions-
use good offices in
bringing about solution of copper
"Washington. President Wilson
expects to leave tomorrow for an
other brief vacation at,Cornish, N. H.
Berne, Switzerland. Aviator Bider
perhaps fatally injured by fall during
Pontiac, III. Judge R. A. Russell
relinquished position as supt. of Illi
nois state reformatory Charges of
St. Petersburg. Lt. Druschminn,
Russian military aviator, instantly
killed by 90-foot fall.
New York. Coney Island threat
ened by fire which started ih Seacliff
Hotel. Required entire fire depart
ment or district to check it.
Champaign, III. James Heller
swallowed ounce and half of cyanide
of potassium for epsom salts. May
Tokio, Japan. One of assassins of
Mortairo Abe, director of Japanese
foreign office, suicided, by plunging
.sword into his throat.
Washington Prelirnjnary debate
on Glass - currencymeasure today.
Will lasuntil Saturday night. Mon
day reading of bill foiamendment
will be begun.
London. Mre. Emmeline Pank
hurst, militant suffraget, under 3
year British prison, sentence, will sail
from Havre, France, "for-WAw York
Pontiac, III. Wm. Mullen, prqp -
Imperial Hotel, released from jajlt
where he was serving term for al
leged assault jvith intent to kill. Sen
tence commuted-4)y Gov. Dunne.
Columbus, Miss. Mrs. B. F. Howe,
18, bride of three hours, arreste'S on
charge of obtaining $500 from W.F.
Grant, fiance, to buy trousseau. Mar
ried another man. t
New York. "Big Tim" Sullivan,
missing a week, reported safe ,at
home of Frank O'Brien.
St. Clairsviller O. Odorless onipn,.
cross between Bermuda and golden
yellow, grown by ex-County Com-v
Corona, Cal. Barney Oldfield in
jured, and Driver Sahdoffer killed,
when auto turned turtle.
Constantinople. Balkan peace
conference agreed that Turks shall,
retain Adrianople. t
Jefferson City, Mo. Five trainmen
seriously injured and 14 passengers
hurt when Missouri Pacific passen
ger train went through bridge. .
Washington. Gas ripped out por
tion of ceiling in Sec'y. Bryan's pri
vate office at state department,
Kerinebunk, Me. Wm. F. Berry,,
Supt. Maine Civic League, says liquor
dealers are planning to smuggle
liquor Into state by airships.
Shipman, III. Relatives of Clay
ton B. Kellum, eccentric farriier who'
died recently, have dug up $10,000 at
various" places on farm. i
Farnham, Eng. 'Aviator Kent
turned four somersaults in aeroplane
2,000 feet up. Had lost control of
machine. Landed safely.
' London 140-page love letter that
cost recipient 30 cents excess post-"
age was feature of breach of promise
suit that cost defendant $500. i
Oakland, Cal. Sec'y. of Interior
Lane fainted while viewing Admis-
sioa Day parade. Not serious.
Paris. Mary Garden at ereyenth v
hour refused to sing leading rol6"of-
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