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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 10, 1913, Image 25',
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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
New Haven, Conn. Sentfment
aroused by fight to save Mrs. Bessie
Wakefield from gallows promises to
take form of state-.wide campaign for
abolition of capital punishment.
Cincinnati. City's water supply,
reduced to minimum since Saturday
by bursting of water main, returning
Rosenberg,, Tex. Flood sweeping
over town-of Richmond.
Milwaukee. Burglars carried
away practically entire stock of store
of Samuel Glass Pur Co., valued at
Christiana, Norway. Senator
Elihu Root, New York, designated for
Nobel peace prize for 1912.
Harrison, N. J. Mrs. Alice Kelsey
saw movie play called "Loneliness."
Salt Lake, Utah. Search for Ra
fael Lopez, Mexican murderer, in
Apex mine, settled down to waiting
Minneapolis. T. B. Dawson, 63,
bank president Lamoure, N. D., found
'probably fatally wounded in alley.
Says he was robbed. Believed suicidal
Belfast. British customs officers
searching baggage of all passengers
from England to prevent carrying in
to Ireland of arms and ammunition.
London. Miss Syjvia. Pankhurst,
five men and one woman arrested or
urging "people hearers, to join 'peo
ple's army.' ".
St. Joseph, Mich. Four Chicago
fishermen rescued by St. Joseph life
saving station after suffering from
wind and cold.
Geneva. Dr.-Henri Simon pioneer
in use of X-ray, died as result of in
fection' induced" by long contact with
New York. Rev. Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw, head of National Woman's
Suffrage Ass'n says, "Pres. Wilsori
has done more for cause of woman
suffrage than any other president we
have ever had."
Paris. Princess Eulalie, Spanish
infanta, forbidden by King Alfonso to
write books, opened French beauty
London. Georges Carpentier,
French champion, acceptechchallenge
of Gunboat Smith.
NewJr"ork. Demand for customs
duties of $70 on $200 Jock of Charles
Dickens' hair holding Tfp" shipment
here from London to bookseller.
Portland, Ore. No Woman em
ployed in industrial occupations shall
receive less than $8.25 for week of
54 laboring hours, ruling of state wel
Springfield, III. John T, Howard,
a saloonkeeper, and Theo. NolL his
companion, killed by twd gunmen
when they resisted attempt to rob
Washington. Congressional in
vestigation, of two big strikes in Colo
rado coal fields and Calumet copper
district demanded before house rules
committee. No decision reached.
Cleveland, O- Herman O. Engels,
chauffeur for dry cleaning company,
arrested for speeding, released when
he said he was rushing suit to wait
Montpelier,- France. Dr. Bosc,
Montpelier University pathologist,
sayB cancer germs are carried in
snail's And fish.
Cleveland, O. Mrs. Arnold Green,
recently elected to school boards,
says she will advocate establishment
of pool tables and bowling alleys in
every Cleveland school.
Washington. Dept. of Justice will
not intervene at present time in suit
by Elsie DeWolfe, Chicago actress, to
test validity of federal income tax
Mobile, Ala. Phillip Leeds, Des
Moines, shot in abdomen' when gun
fell out of passenger's pocket on
train and exploded. May die.
Washington. Bill proposing gift
from Congress of about .OOD and
pension of $30 at month for widow o
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