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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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a holiday" and such kir exhibition of
OUR work we, the people- in de
. veloping hunianity to its highest and
best.
Anyhow, I suggest that while we
ar&xonsideringthe. advisability of
celebrating Chicago land, pr real es
tate; we consider also the" advisa
bility of properly celebrating Chi
cago humanity.
- i v o o .
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Washington. Justice Anderson or
dered John . Kinney, Michigan mil
lionaire, to enter plea in $500,000
breach of promise suit filed by Ida
McNabb, Milwaukee. , ;
. Oshkosh, Wis. Dr. M.. R. Street,
physician for 20 years, and Mrs, Dora
Wfcllhouse of Appleton held on
qharge of manslaughter in second de-J
gree tor allegea operation, which, re
sulted in, death, of Jennie Pitt, Apple
tfen. , ,
.St. , .Louisa Brewing Company's
mortgageNbond held as part of assets
pt -permanent fund for support of
episcopate of Protestant-Episcopal,
church of Missouri revealed at 75th
annual convention,.
- jHarrfsburg, 111. New party lineup
of Democrats predicted-by Carl Vroo
man, .candidate for DemocraUcnom
ination for. U. S. senator. Believes
liberal Democratic party will draw
liberal- elemtn from all political
parties.-- - ' .
Madison, Wis. Meeting of gover
nors1 fomfereh da, which was to -be
held- here June "9, postponed until
sometrme in November,
' 'Minneapolis. John Smith, 128,
chief of Chippewa Indian tribe for
109 -years, here to see city that-has
risen, from his former hunting
grounds before he dies. . "v
- Everett, Wash. Four men killed
when auto- skidded on bridge -over
Snohimish river. i .. .
Waco, Tex. Rain caused.- Brazos
river to rise seven" feet. Washouts1
tied up, traffic on San Antonio &
AiKansas .Railroad.
St. L'eUisJ -'Former Rep. James E.
Watson, Indiana, partially overcome
by heat while addressing Missouri
RepubBcan state convention.
South Shields, Eng. No confirma
tion that fishermen rescued .suppos
edly, lost aviator, Gustav Hamel.
Cleveland, O. Man registered at
Central Hotel as "Walter Matthews,
Chicago," shot himself. Dying.
Corning, "N. Y Edwin F. Davis, in
ventor of electric chair which has nut
to death 180 persons since that nieth
od of capital punishment was adopt
ed in New York state, seriously ill.
London. 3 windows in t National
Gallery smashed with rooks by4 suf-r
fragetWomafT Srrestedr
New" York.' Early temperature
promised another day of torrid heat.
Humidity lessened. Reported 6- dead
in storm, 3 by lightning and 3 -from
heat prostration. " -
New York. Millions of doHars
worth of gems and jewelry imperiled
in "fire in vaults of Tiffany's famous
store on Fifth avenue. Damage
slight.
-New York. School of mothercraft
graduated three. Miss Marion Taylor
took course with approval and en
couragement of her fiance.
Paris. Medical men puzzled by
woman who at 40 "grew black beard,
began turning-intoa man and devel
oped muscles "like prizefighter.
Berlin. Kaiser William reported
ill. Annual paarde and review of im
perial guards at Potsdam postponed.
Detroitt-MIch. 60 'firemen over
come by smoke dwiRff fire in big un
ion deport: Damage to building $40,
000. -Records of Pere Marquette, Wa
bash and Canadian Pacific' Railroads
Burned or damaged by water. -
St.- Louis. Republicans admitted
that ntot a progressive appeared at , ,
Republican state" convention to 4c-
cept olive branch held ut-byf speatef
era. r '
Tokfo? Wr. Yamazo, Japanese
minister at Fekin,died suddenl of
heart failure accor8ing to dispatch
from. Chinese capital.
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