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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Princeton, Ky. Infection due to
cutting pimple on chin while shaving
caused death of Albert Jones, 28.
Quebec. Fire destroyed Dufferin
terrace, Quebec's famous thorough
fare overlooking St. Lawrence river.
New York. Geo. Sanksen, 30,
dying, result jumping from 3-story
burning building in East New York.
7 rescued.
New York. Not satisfied with ran
sacking Kent house, burglar soaped
baby's finger, stole her ring and cut
chain and locket from her neck.
Atlantic City. Men must have a
"figure" for the fall fashions. Waist
coats will be cut "decollette."
Washington. Mrs. Lulu Naylor,
25, found dead, Wm. Poland, 38,
dying. Believed revolver duel be
tween the pair and Mrs. Naylor's hus
band. Toledo, O. Ben Spencer killed,
Ora Ballard fatally hurt and Wayne
Allen bruised when auto was struck
by Lake Shore train.
Cedar Point, O. Emil Seymhobe,
30, Detroit contractor, drowned.
Washington. Senate decided to
report adversely on nomination of
Thos. B. Jones, Chicago, to federal
reserve board and postpone indefin
itely further consideration of Paul M.
Warburg, New York.
London. Sir Arthur Markham,
liberal, suggested criminal prosecu
tion of Sir Thomas Lipton and other
directors of Lipton 's Limited, result
of army canteen scandal.
Washington. House passed Ruck
er bill providing for publicity of cam
paign contributions.
Cleveland. 5 of 15 men badly in
jured in blast furnace explosion at
Corrigan-McKinney Iron Works will
probably die.
Washington. Miss Mary Smith,
New Orleans, Pres. Wilson's favorite
cousin, has appendicitis.
Clinton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Nutt celebrated 70th wedding anniversary.
St. Louis. Posses searching for 4
masked bandits who boarded Katy
flier, uncoupled express and mail
cars, dynamited safe and escaped
with loot, value unknown.
Washington. Annual 25 per cent
income tax on citizens of U. S. who
marry aliens bearing titles of nobility
proposed in bill introduced by Rep.
Bowdle of Ohio.
Connellsville, Pa. Mrs. Martha
Crise, who has been invalid from
childhood, died at age of 101.
Detroit. Brigadier General Gar
rett J. Lydecker, 71, U. S. A. retired,
dead.
Vera Cruz. Lieut. Bellinger, Sev
enth Infantry aviator, fell from street
car and had finger cut off.
Florence. Mrs. Mary E. Flavelle,
Chicago, attacked and wounded by
student in train some weeks ago,
coming home nearly recovered.
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UPHOLSTERERS EXPLAIN
Henry Stultman, business agent of
the Upholsterers' Union, Local 111,
when asked about the graft rumors
printed in the papers explained that
on account of his craft being the last
ones on a theater job it frequently
happened that crooked contractors
took advantage of that fact and jump
ed their agreement and hired scab
workers.
For that reason, in justice to his
organzation, he was compelled to
force these contractors to pay the
wages of his men in advance and he
has vouchers showing the payments
made by him on every job.
He denied that he ever took a cent
of graft or did anything which was
detrimental to the men under his
jurisdiction.
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Hans Christian, teamster, exoner
ated. Wagon killed Anna Zeloner
ski, 2.
Anton T. Anderson, Okmulgee,
Okla., arraigned for fraud. Alleged
to have sold patent he had no title to.
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