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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 13, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 29',
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OUTSIDE NEWS FR.OMWIRE AND CABLE
Washington. Panama Canal tolls
bill sent to the President (or approval.
Racine," Wis. Arthur Paterson,
South Dakota, stricken with, small
pox on train.
Paris. Defeated in Chamber of
Deputies just as he concluded pres
entation of his policy, "'Felix Hibot,
premier of France less than week, re
Racine, Wis. Because he sent his
daughter to school 68 days out of 150,
August Dexter fined. Said she
Ames, la. Degree of doctor of sci
ence given to' "Tama Jim" Wilson,
ex-Secrelary Dept. of Agriculture,
and Geo. L. Mackay, ex-head Dept. of
Dairying, by Iowa State College.
Jackson, Miss. George Butler, ex
Assistant Atty. General; Lamar East
erling and D. H. L. Crook arrested,
charged with grave-robbing. Alleged
they dug up wrong corpse and cut off
its head to prove that skull was frac
tured to secure evidence in damage
Athens, Greece. Wild cheering" in
Chamber of Commerce greeted
speech by Premier Venizelos, which
practically amounted to threat of war
against Turkey. ,
Tarrytown, N. Jf. Trials of 12
"free speech" agitators postponed to
Springfield, Mo. Four men injured,
2 probably fatally, when Frisco spe
cial freight ran. into 6 "alleged tres
passers on track, , .
Tulsa, Okla. Geo. Michael, team
ster, and Tom McCann, ferryman,
blown'to pieces. Nitroglycerin.
Pittsburgh. 1,400 workers of Union
Switch & Signal Co., Westinghouse
concern .at Swissvale, joined 12,000
strikers of 3 Westinghouse plants.
Joliet, III. Brothers of James 'J.
O'Connor, real estate broker whose
alleged defalcations amounted to
more than $200,000, made application
to -state pardon, board for O'Connor's
Cedar Raoids. la. Jos. Jefferson
19, killed, and Geo. Coulton, 17, fatal-'
ly injured by freight train whiltf
asleep on track. Both lived at Evans
New York. Geo. W. Perkins, Bullf
Moo$er, suggests heneeforth. Pro
gressives' anthent shall be "Shall Ws
Gatlier at the Itlver?" not "Onward,
Christian Soldiers." ,
Wheeling, W. Va. Silas Jones, a.U
leged wife-murderer, sentenced to be
hanged yesterday, granted 30 days1
Cleveland. "Meanest burglars"'
entered Tremont School. Stole $5.68.
pennies pupils had saved, for "last
dajrof school" ice cream treat
"Cerbere, France. Convicts shot
by Spanish troops in battle, foljow
ing murdep of governor of Spanish
prison. ' ,,
Washington. Brief from mining
operators says that striking miners
must leave state.
Denver. Dennis Sheedy received
second black hand letter sent to Den
ver millionaire within month.
Washington. Pres. Wilson left this
morning to join in graduation exer
cises at Princeton University.
London. Queen Mary approved
Portland, Ore. Brifcf message tell
ing of disaster to balloon Million
Population Club only .word received
of 3- balloons that started Thursday
in race under auspices of Aero Club of
State's Attorney Hoyne yesterday
declined to "give A. A. McCormickr,
head, of the County Board, the names
of the old women who told such
shocking stories about their treat
ment at the Oak Forest Infirmary.
Hoyne said the issuance of the
'names at this time would Injure hid
case. The Oak. Forest committee; of
which Commissioner Harris is chair
man, charged McCprmick with, trying
to block an investigation '