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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1913, Image 30',
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".The Jewels o'f-the Madonna." Mile.
Vally, never before on the'stage, vol
unteered for part and made hit.
Winnipeg, Man. Reported Harry
V. Radford, American explorer, and
companion, George Street, murdered
by Esquimaux onArctic coast.
New York. James A. Wigmore,
head of Tubes Realty and Terminal
Co., arrested on charge of defraud
ing Frederick W. -Hill.
Springfield, III. Three men and
two women arrested in connection
with Incendiary fire at Nortonville.
Corona, Cal. Wm. Rhoades in
jured himself, his mechanician and
unidentified girl when he lost control
of car in Admission Day race and
crashed into group J of spectators'
New York. Temporary with
drawal of plays "The Lure" and "The
Champaign, III. Blaine Barker,
fiance of Nora Wells, objected when
girl's father corrected her. Barker
may die 'from razor cuts administer
ed by Wells.
Burlington, la. Thos. Stivers, 65,
publisher Evening Gazette 26 years,
Forth Worth, Tex. M. L. Woods,
vice-pres. State Nat'l Bank, charged
with embezzlement $130,000, volun
tarily returned to face charges and
possible 20-year sentence.
Berlin. Fifteen men believed tol
"have drowned when German naval
Zeppelin L-l sank.
Connellsville, Fa. Firemen used
several barrels of buttermilk to fight
fire when water gave out on farm- of
Pittsburgh, Pa. H. Benson, Cin
cinnati, robbed of $205 by man who
poked revolver in his face in crowded
Los Angeles. While "tangoing" at
fashionable Long Beach hotel, Mrs.
Raymond Terry fell and fractured
Lockport, III. Town in darkness
when light company shut off current
because treasury is empty. ,
Cincinnati, O. Woman's Taxpay
ers' League wants to tax "bachelors
who 'draw over $1,200 yearly 20per
cent of income; also women who are
childless after 20 years of married
San Francisco. Caminetti-Diggs
sentence may not be pronounced un
til next Monday. ' .
Gary, Ind. Four injured in fire
and acid explosion in ammonia house
of Aetna Powder1 Co.
Albany, N. Y. Gov. Sulzer wili go
before court of impeachment and
submit. to trial regardless of outside
movement to hamper tribunal.
Salisbury Beach, Mass. Three ho
tels, 50 cottages, .several places of
amusement destroyed by fire. )
Hammond, Ind. Dr. James Jones,
South Bend dentist, arrested, chajgea
with stealing gold teeth of James If.
New York. Ethel Barrymore, act
ress, in private life Mrs. Russell Gl
Colt, gave birth to third child. '
New York. Mrs. Dwelle-Jenkins,
who recently attained notoriety
through efforts to smuggle in $300,r
000 necklace, will auction household
furniture for which she paid $200,-000.-
Baltimore, Md. Society women;
motor here for cocktails since Presij
dent Wilson placed ban on women
drinking in Washington.
Terre Haute, Ind. Dr. Van Cleve',
who suicided, was engaged to two
women, one of whom had advanced
London. Duke of Manchester,
husband of Helen Zimmerman, Cin
cinnati, bankrupt. ."
TARIFF BILL PASSES SENATE r
Washington, D. C, Sept. 10. The
Wilson-Underwood arif bill passed
the senate at 5:43 yesterday after
noon, 44 to 37 -It represents a res '
duction of more than 4 percent from
the rates of the original bill that passt
ed the house and nearly 28 per cen$
from the rates oi'existIng-lawss ; o