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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 13, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Bismarck, Wash. 2 railroad men
and boy burned to death in fire that
destroyed Bismarck Comly Mills.
London. Weak from effects of
eleventh hunger strike, Mrs. Emme
hne Pankhurst released from Hollo
way jail Saturday.
Atlantic City. Horace Harmon
Lurton, associate justice U. S. Su
preme Court, dead.
Buffalo, N. Y. Carl Dahlman,
whose correct name is Luke Dillan,
sentenced to life imprisonment May,
1900, for complicity in attempt to
wreck by dynamite Welland, Ontario,
canal as blow to Canadian shipping,
London. Estimated loss from
militant campaign since it began in
1913 approaches $2,000,000.
Toledo. Launch Vendetta, bound
from Cedar Point to Toledo, reported
to have sunk, due to explosion of gas
oline. Washington. Marjorie Dorman,
representing Wage Earners Anti-Suffrage
League, says greatest work be
ing carried on by American women
is specializing on the baby crop.
Shanghai. 35 midshipmen killed
when bomb exploded on Chinese gun
boat Tung Chi.
London. Militant suffraget dis
covered kneeling in St. John's church
Madrid. Mexican toreador killed
in bull fight. Spectator wounded
when an amateur toreador's sword
was knocked from his hand and flew
New York. King Alphonso has of
fered $50,000 reward for return of
painting on wood of burial of Christ,
and Adam and Eve in Garden of Eden,
said to be worth $250,000. Stolen
from church in Nigera.
Cijon, Spain. Major Montes, royal
aide, died while at King Alphonso's
lunch table aboard royal yacht
Paris. Several street cave-ins oc
curred after heavy thunder storm.
Edenburgh. Miss Olive Walker,
militant suffraget, threw rubber ball
marked "forcible feeding" into
queen's lap as their majesties were
Milwaukee. "Peeping Tom" had
his eyes blackened by six "September
Morns," who had been bathing.
Ottumwa, la. Melvin Johnson
shot and killed wife. Suicided. Jeal
ousy. Orangeburg, S. C. Rose Carton, a
negress, lynched by mob. Said to
have confessed to beating to death
12-year-old daughter of D. F. Bell.
San Francisco. Plant of American
Oil and Paint Co. burned. Loss
"St. Louis Word anxiously await
ed of "San Francisco, 1915," only bal
loon in national elimination race not
yet reported down.
Washington. Pres. Wilson has de
cided to land American naval forces
in Haiti in endeavor to restore peace.
New Orleans. Another case of bu
bonic plague, fifth discovered since
disease appeared 2 weeks ago, found
today. Negro woman.
New York. Byron C. Chandler,
"million dollar Idd," says he spent
fortune to make wife, Grace LaRue,
a theatrical star.
Philadelphia. 3 killed and many
injured in auto accidents yesterday.
Morgantown, W. Va, 3 killed
when auto got beyond control of
Danville, III. Wm. Lott, farmer,
and Minnie Kelly prostrated by heat. '
Eau Claire, Wis. Misses Rose Mc
Ginness and Jessie Erlandson drown
ed in Eau Claire river.
Evansville, Ind. Edward Appel
drowned while swimming.
New York. Leaning from "rubber
neck" wagon to get look at Oscar
Hammerstein, wonien who refused to
give name fell to pavement. Scalp
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