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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 15, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 9',
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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Minneapolis. Arthur B. Carter,
son-in-law of ex-Congressman F. M.
Nye, pleaded guilty to bigamy. Sen
tenced to indeterminate term in
El Paso, Tex. C. C. Seggerson, an
American chauffeur and two uniden
tified Americans killed during battle
at Juarez, Mexico. 150 soldiers
killed, about 300 wounded on both
Huntsville, Tex. Convicts turned
out and worked to save buildings of
Sam Houston Normal from destruc
tion by fire. Few slightly burned.
None tried to escape.
Indianapolis. All state troops
brought here during strike of street
car men sent to their homes.
New Orleans. Capt. C. M. Bowen,
45, famous skipper, arrested for vio
lating mail las in organizing com
pany to search for pirate treasure on
Lafayette, la. Unidentified man
dying, face beaten to pulp. Police
say he was mistaken for Southern
Vera Cruz. French warship Con
de arrived here today.
Pittsburgh. Seven injured, one
seriously, when passenger train
struck street car
Seattle, Wash. President Mover
of the Western Federation of Miners
today named substitute to sit for him
as delegate in American Federation
of Labor convention and started to
Calumet, Mich., to take personal
charge of copper miners' strike. Be
fore leaving he did not say whether
new developments had compelled his
Philadelphia. Dr. H. Leffmann
celebrated chemist, lecturing on
"Basis of Immorality," declared: "I
have had more than one animal pet
that I regarded as more deserving of
a reward in the future state than
any human beings I ever met."
New York. Reported Spanish
freighter Bahnes, from Havana to
Barcelona, burning off Cape Rice.
Cunarder Pannonia standing by tak
ing off passengers.
Marquette, Mich. Believed steel
freighter Henry B. Smith, which left
here Sunday with cargo of iron ore,
sunk in storm.
New York Because of fight made
by Housewives' League, egg specu
lators have reduced price of eggs.
Minneapolis. Louis Solomon,
whose luxurious whiskers have been
ghetto's pride for years, lost part of
facial jungle when bed springs top
pled from moving van and cut gash
in his face requiring 10 stitches.
San Francisco. Lone highway
man held up Southern Pacific pas
senger train. Got $1,000 in money
and jewelry from passengers.
London, Eng. Claude Grahame
White, aviator, will attempt to drive
"aero bus" with five passengers to
Paris. Port Huron, Mich. Vessel lying in
Lake Huron identified by diver as the1
Charles S. Price Of Cleveland.
Berlin. Emmy Destinn, prima
donna, was paid $12,000 for posing
for "movies" in cage of lions. Film
company insured her life for $125,
000. New York. Justice McAvoy dis
missed suit of John J. McGraw to
collect $1,272 poker debts. Made him
pay $23.66 costs.
Paris. When Count de Vauvgiard
sent his seconds to Prince Troubet
skey seeking a duel footman slammed
door in their faces.
New York. -Wm. H. Sutton, fra
ternal editor Brooklyn Eagle started
on Eagle 70 year$ ago as "copy boy."
Boston. Thos. J. Ciblin, defeated
for re-election to legislature, got two
months in workhouse for assaulting1
J. E. Maguire, an editor.
Paris. Princess Michael Murat,
who was Helen MacDonald Stallo,
Cincinnati, has given birth to girl.
West Jefferson, O. One workman'
killed, another fatally injured when-