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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Freeport, III. Becoming suddenly
inscne on train, Anthony Busch, La
Salle,- 111., stabbed himself. Will re
Kansas City. Florence Krumm re
stored to life by pulmotor after being
Indianapolis. Harry L. Crawford,
32, former Peace Construction Co.,
dead. Auto slid over embankment.
Indianapolis. Ceo. Wise, Austrian,
dead from stab wounds inflicted by
Tom Dorak. Quarreled over Servian
Ottawa, III. Sparks from Illinois
river steamer set fire to shrubbery in
forest reserve section state park at
Starved Rock. Two acres or forest
Kewanee, III. Bernard J. Reeves,
35, probably of Philadelphia, found
dead along Burlington tracks. Believ
ed hit by train.
New York. Dropping pretense of
insanity, Hans Schmidt, priest who
cut up body of Anna Aumueller, made
plea for new trial. Claims girl died
result of illegal Operation. Says he
cut up body to protect physician.
Washington. Pres. Wilson urged
by Sen. Pomerene to name Sully
Jaynes, negro lawyer, recorder of
deeds in District of Columbia.
Madison, Wis. Helen Emmert, 3,
drowned in Lake Monona.
New York. "Becky" Edelson, an
archist, broke hunger strike she has
maintained in workhouse on Black
well's Island. Two soft-boiled eggs
Williamson, Wf' Va. Aleck Cher
noff returned marriage license he got
24 years ago to county clerk. De
cided he wouldn't need it.
London. Queen Mary's latest
economy order at Buckingham Pal
ace is to shut off incandescent lights
Washington. House passed Lever
bill designed to kill dealing in cotton
futures by imposing prohibitive tax
on such transactions.
Freeport, III. So ill she had to be
assisted from auto int her hme, Mrs.
Plrence Carman, indicted by grand
jury on charge of having killed Mrs.
Louise Bailey in her husband's office,
New York. Shortage in bathing
suits threatened. 2,000 girls who
make the garments may strike.
Pittsburgh. Patrick McKeown, re
tired merchant, gave wife but one
penny in last year and that was for
church, according to her testimony in
Norfolk, Va. Battleship Kilgie,
formerly Mississippi, bought from U.
S. by Greece, formally turned over to
Denver. Western Federation of
Miners' convention refused to go on
record as having advised that mem
bers should arm themselves so that
I if operators imported gunmen during
labor troubles they would be prepared
to protect themselves and families.
Washington. House agricultural
committee favorably reported Hum
phrey resoltuion inquiring whether
there is "press agency" in dep't of
New York. With war in prospect
Europe engaged approximately $10,
600,000 of American gold for imme
Naples. Trial of Porter Charlton,
charged with murdering his wife at
Lake Como 4 years ago, probably will
be postponed until next year.
Washington. Rep. Evans, Mon
tana, introduced in house bill pro
hibiting any transportation company
from carrying strikebreakers from
one state to another. Also prohibits
shipments in interstate commerce of
any arms or ammunition to be used
for strike purposes. Militia exempted.
Bay St. Louis. Dave Thorner dead
and 2 other injured. Premature explo
sion of dynamite.
Fort Smith, Tex. 5 injured, one
probablyN fatally, "when auto over
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