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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 02, 1913, Image 25',
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Panama City. Two earthquake
shocks which shook the Isthmus, of
Panama from ocean to ocean did only
nominal damage to Gatun locks.
r Austin, Tex. San Marcos, Orange,
Holland and several other towns
(M c southern half of Texas partly inun-
1 dated. Flood condition reaching
Zion City, III. Zion City will per
mit no peddling of milk, groceries-or
meats on Sunday. No carriages, au
tomobile or other vehicles can be
used for hire. Ice cream parlors or
Boston. Because he resented ref
erence to an impediment of speech,
' Fred Crosby faces charge of assault
Pittsburgh. Bishop Neely scored
churches built on present low, ram
bling architectural lines, asserting
they would do well enough for
heathen temples or banks.
Saginaw, Mich. Claude Gerow,
. 21, electrocuted at barns of Saginaw
Bay City Railway Co.
New York. George E. Davis, ar-
" rested at Hotel Breslin, reported to
have confessed participation in Mc
Namara (Jynamite conspiracy.
Washington. Vice President Mar-
' shall celebrated 18th wedding anni
versary by being proud he didn't have
v to be reminded of event by Mrs. Mar-
Washington. Senate commerce
r committee favorably reported sea-
T man's labor bill, vetoed last session
1 by ex-Pres. Taft
" Parkersburg, W. Va. Chas. Pe
0 troal, alias Chas. Williams, held pend-
"" Ing removal to East Liverpool, 0., to
" answer charge of white slavery.
1 Golden, Col. Jas. S. Bracken, 73,
- applied for marriage license. Had
forgotten name of bride. Remem
bered it today. y
c St. Louis. William Young, whole-
sale grocer,' Brando, Manitoba, swin-
" died out of $5,000 in fake horse race
New Orleans. Federal officials wiH
recommend that TJ. S. government
refuse to extradite Gen. Manuel CasV
tilla Brito, wanted by Mexico. Claimj
no foundation for arson, robbery oij
Fond du Lac, Wis. Mrs. Mathilda'
Breitengross died of heart failure
while driving auto in electric stormJ
Columbus, Ind. 16 cases of
trachoma found among pupils of pub-
lie schools of Bartholomew county
Lawrenceburg, Ind. Harry L
Gates, 32, conductor of freight trainy
fell between two box cars. Killed.
Indianapolis, Ind. Harry Jones
international secretary-treasurer ofj
iron workers' union, was arrested tow
day on charge of conspiring to trans-
port explosives unlawfully, vsamd
charge on which thirty-eight of hia
fellow unionists were convicted pere,
Berlin. Bavarian royal family aU
lowance increased to $1,350,000 be
cause of high cost of living,
Bolougne. Authorities released
Aviator Steffen, German who landed
on French soil accidentally. Forced
him to depart by rail.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Monument
erected to Great Salt Lake seagull,
who delivered early Mormon settlers
Joliet. W. C. T. U. blames epi
demic of colds on slit skirt and low
Minneapolis, Minn. Public schools
may ban football because of death
of Albert Weidman, whose back was
broken in scrimmage.
Kansas City, Mo. Body of W. L.
Cowden, Kansas City, Kan., attorney
missing Bince Friday, found in Kaw
river. Head chopped open with axe.
Wife may die from, shock.
Boston. Miss Agnes Chalmers,
suffraget, says militancy is necessary
in England where female is chattel
of the male.
Denver. Col. Win. Robinson, U. S
army hospital corps, shot and prol(