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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 15, 1913, Image 6',
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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Washington. Dr. Grayson report
ed President Wilson much better.
Battle CreekY -Mich. Silks and
satins worth severarthousand dollars
stolen from Schroeder Bros.' dry
New York. Bevier Hall, lawyer,
instantly killed when he jumped or
i ell fro mseventh floor of Hotel Marie
Mansfield, O. Chas. Helman, 30,
fanner, fatally wounded Addison
Hagerman, 27, then suicided. Pued.
London. Sylvia Pankhurst secur
ed quick release from Holloway jail.
Refused to sleep, eat or drink while
Superior, Wis. Seven injured,
Emli Hendricks perhaps fatally, when
auto in which Hendricks was riding
collided with car driven by Prof.
Alexander, N. D. Unknown man
cremated on banks of Missouri river.
Milwaukee. Seven game cocks
locked up in county jail with 36 de
votees of cock-fighting.
Devonport, Eng. Suffragets burn
ed lumber yard of Fox, Elliot & Co.
Galesburg, III. John Poff suicided.
Worry over possibility of grandson
becoming addicted to drink. i
Peoria, III. Fire destroyed Illinois
Warehouse Co. Loss $660,000.
Cleveland. Burglars stole 18 eggs
from Mrs. 'Henry Baldwin and 12
from Mrs. A. C. Buell.
New York. Police looking for man
who delivered bomb wrapped in
brown paper which exploded and
killed Ida Anusequitz, 20. Have de
scription. New York. Mayor Kline issued ap
peal for clothing, bedding and
money to aid Texas flood victims.
Freeport, III. Judge Landis set
aside sentence of 30 months imposed '
"n Mrs. Lena Enzler, who confessed
j he wrote improper letters to Alta
entiel. Considers her irresponsi
ble. - . I
New York. Mrs. Mary Whittman
in jail for attempting to pour acid in
husband's mouth because he snored.
Burned tiis face and chest.
London. Suffraget threw hammer
through window of police station.
Arrested. Militants boast they will
keep up annoyances until govern
ment stops arresting Mrs. Pankhurst.
New York. Bathing skirts have
slits to allow freedom of motion.
Washington. Democratic econo
my experts plan to abolish free tele
grams for congressmen.
New York. David Shapiro, 14,
lived week in subway trains after
stealing father's watch. Told police
"it saved room rent."
Bristol, Eng. Suffragets blamed
by police for fire that destroyed
Southerneigh, unoccupied country
" Washington. Reported Gov. Hi
ram Johnson of California is shortly
to declare himself candidate for U. S.
Dover, Eng. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, suffraget, rearrested' on
expiration of ticket of leave.
Washington. Reported hundreds
of people in Texas flood region starv
ing and dying of exposure.
Madison, Wis. John Longfield,
night watchman P. Loriliard tobacco
warehouse, murdered by burglars.
Washington. House immigration
committee adopted amendment to
California immigration restriction
bill, designed to exclude 'Japanese,
Hindu and Chinese laborers.
Milwaukee! Business men, con
tractors and farmers asked" to com
municatg'with State free employment
bureau in dgort to provide employ
ment for idle men.
Memphis, Tenn. Steamer Shiloh.
valued at $45,000, sank in Mississippi
river. Had just discharged passen-,
gers and crew.
Seward, Kan. Ethel Mountz, 16,
will receive $20,000 from estate of
Col. C. Grant, Denver, for dragging