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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1913, Image 26',
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was dusting on second. Gun went
off, bullet penetrating ceiling and kill
Marzburg, Silesia. Horses are
wearing trousers to protect legs from
new tar with which roads were
Marinette, Wis. Earl S. Hicks, 35,
former Menominee lumberman, sui
cided. Believed business troubles.
Detroit. Byron W. Parker, pres.
White Star Steamship Co, dead.
Nervous breakdown from overwork.
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Miss Ada Sulli
van, appearing in vaudeville, who de
clares she is daughter of late "Big
Tim" Sullivan, claims Sullivan was
Boston Edward R. Shaw, aviator,
and Miss Marie Esther Dunne, opera
singer,- plan honeymoon trip around
world in aeroplane.
Springfield, III. State civil service
commission ordered Miss Mary Sel
lers reinstated as stenographer in
Chicago office of auditor of public ac
counts. Miss Sellers was discharged
I by new auditor.
Jackson, Mich. Rev. Ceo. McCal
len, 52, pastor Methodist-Episcopal
church at Weberville, instantly killed
at Leoni village when struck by west
bound Michigan Central train.
LaCrosse, Wis. One man probably
fatally injured and six badly cut by
flying glass when Oriental Limited,
Burlington's crack train, went
through burning bridge over marsh.
Glenwood, Ark. Mrs. C. Turner
and Miss Carter dead, T. K. Turner
dying, result of suicide pact. Turner
says he was broken down, Mrs.
Turner too stout and girl had incur
Medford, Wis. Yeggs entered
postoffice at Stetsonville, blew safe
and escaped with $1,000 in money
Washington House passed ad
ministration's currency bin by vote
of 286 to 84.
Albert Lea, Minn. Two men near
death and hundreds of dollars' dam
age done when two freight trains met
in head-on collision. Twelve head of
cattle killed and five carloads of mer
Peoria, III. Peter Reublick, 45,
track worker, killed by Peoria &
Pekin Union passenger train.
New Orleans, La. Man claiming
to be Chas. Schwab, Dallas, Tex., de
manded $110,000 from Postmaster
Leon Hardt, representing himself as
president of U. S. Arrested.
St. .Louis. Roy Seman, 22, elec
trician of St. Charles, held on charge
violation Mann act in bringing Mona
Franke, .17, to Venice, HI., for im
New York. 140 cases of typhoid
fever reported since Sept. 1 on lower
East Side traced to infected milk.
Kansas City. Frankie Young, -6,
found railway ticket on floor of sta
tion at Rock Island, 111. Used it, rid
ing to Kansas City. Found crying in
Washington. Japanese Ambassa
dor Chinda and Pres. Wilson discuss
ed latest note exchanged regarding
California anti-alien land law.
St. Louis. Package containing
$4,380 in cash and negotiable checks
stolen from brewery wagon that had
stopped in front of bank, where
money was to be deposited.
Springfield, III. Fire destroyed
home of ex-Alderman John T. O'NeilL
Police searching for writer of black
FURTHMAN ACCUSED OF
Charles Purthman, already under a
charge of conspiring to obstruct pub
lic justice, was accused in a state
ment issued today of trying tokid
nap Russin Johnston, 9-year-old son
of First Assistant State's Attorney
Frank Johnston, Jr.
This information was given to
Asst. State's Attorney Stephan A.
Malato by John Gagliardo, business
agent of the International Hodcar-
i riers' & Building Laborers' Union. ,