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LAST EDITION . LAST EDITION
OSCAR NELSON ATTACKS CHILD LABOR
EXCLUSIVE PICTURES OF CALUMET PANIC
I ACTRESS SUICIDE, LEAPS TO DEATH
THE DAY BOOK
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VOL.3, NO. 77 Chicago. Monday, Dec. 29, 1913 ONE CENT
SURGEONS REMOVE BULLET FROM
MOYER-WEAK, BUT WILL RECOVER
Coroner's Inquest on at Calumet Hunting for Man Who
Yelled Fire Congress Will Investigate Con
ditions in Copper Country.
President Moyer was operated on at 11:30- this
morning by the surgeons at St. Luke's Hospital and the
bullet extracted. He is weak, but is recovering from the
operation and is expected to recover rapidly now that
the bullet is out.
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 29. The inquest to determine responsibility for
the awful loss of life at the Christmas entertainment at Italian 'Hall, Dec.
24, was started before Coroner Wm. Fisher today. Over 500 witnesses are
to be examined, and the inquiry may last several days.
Long before the inquest started in the Red Jacket town hall the build
ing was packed to capacity. 'Striking miners of all nationalities came from
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