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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 15, 1913, Image 26',
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Racine, Wis. Robt. White, 19,
mortally wounded by charge of bird
shot in abdomen, rescued Walter
Williams from drowning. Williams
was thrown overboard when White's
shotgun was accidentally-discharged.
Milwaukee. About 5,000 Jews will
participate in open-air mass meeting
Sunday to protest against "persecu
tion" of Mendel Beilis, alleged "ritual
Washington. Daniel Remington,
South Dakota, called at White House
to collect $2,000,000 he claimed Pres.
Wilson had locked in his desk. Took
a little black wagon ride to St. Eliza
beth's Asylum. '
New York. Chas. M. ("Big Jeff")
Tesreau, Ozark pitcher of N. Y.
Giants, took out marriage license to
wed Eleanor E. Blake, Rochester,
New York. Timothy L. Woodruff,
ex-lieutenant governor of New York,
New York. Bond of $5,000 fur
nished for appearance of David La
mar in answer to indictment charg
ing him with representing govern
ment officials, forfeited when he
failed to appear in court today.
Liverpool, Eng. Terr- persons kill
ed, many seriously injured when
Liverpool train crashed into Man
New York. Grand jury has start
ed probe into world's series ticket
Pottsville, Pa. Large section of
Mahoney City destroyed by fire.
Aurora, III. City ordinance com
pelling all workingmen to rest on
Sunday will be presented to alder
men at next meeting of city council.
San Jose, Cal. Governor asked to
send troops to help fight fire raging in
Santa Cruz mountains.
Milwaukee, Wis. M. M Riley, 61,
at one time head of local prohibition
movement, in hospital on verge delir
Liverpool. Suffragets destroyed
number of letter boxes with their ,
New Albin, la. Miss Ruthey
Howes, 66, reputed smallest perfect
ly formed woman in Iowa, dead. 37
inches in height, weighed 60 pounds,
Colorado Springs, Col. Miss Mae
Lillie, pretty girl, is walking to San
Francisco on wager of $2,500 that
she will reach there before Feb. 22,
pay her own expenses and stop at
first class hotels.
Milwaukee. Joseph Drummer, 24,
dead from injuries received when in
terurban car struck his delivery wag-
on and threw him to pavement.
Fond du Lac, Wis. West Lake, 19,
in hospital, and local police statioji
quarantined. Had diphtheria when
he applied at station for lodging.
Milwaukee. Robert Boyce, 22,
blacksmith, seriously stabbed by two
men who robbed him on way to work.
Monroe, Mich. Yeggmen cracked
safe in saloon of Jos. C. Nedaus. Es
caped with $300.
Jackson, Mich. Chas. H. Wylie,
arrested on charge of murder of
Thos. Champion, discharged. Self
New York. Mrs. Clarence H.
Mackay, sued for $1,000,000 by Mrs.
Catherine Blake for alleged aliena
tion of affections of Dr. Blake, says
Mrs. Blake sought to injure doctor's
good name by constantly spreading
accusations against him regarding
intimacy with other women.
London. Board of Trade, ordered
inquiry into Volturno disaster.
London. WilNof J. Pierpont Mor
gan shows that American financier
left fortune of $5,900,000 in England.
British death duties wijl be approxi
Farrell, Pa. Ida Spika, 2, burned
to death when she attempted to save
doll that had fallen against gas stove.
Dallas, Tex. Three . passengers
and motorman dead and score in-