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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 29',
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would become of the home, the fam
ily and most of the husbands and
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
Washington. Crew of seven men
from schooner George D. Jenkins
I rescued by Shinnecock life saving
station on Fire Island, N. Y. Schoon
Danville, III. Hundred blooded an
imals driven into trench on farm of
H. L. Baum at Sidell, m., and shot
by order of federal and state in
spectors. Atlanta, Ga. Leo Frank, convicted
of murder, still thinks he will not be
hanged. Asking Supreme Court of
U. S. for writ of error.
Mobile, Ala. Joel Foster, wealthy
New Jersey resident, must face Mann
act charge. Alleged he transported
his stenographer to Mobile last Jan
uary. Middletown, N. Y. Fred Balcom,
65, farm hand, frozen to death on
road near here.
Little Rock, Ark. Forest fires rag
ing all over state. Many towns in
danger. Governor says he is power
less to order militia to fight flames.
State covered with smoke.
Washington. President Wilson
commuted sentence of 0. P. Storm,
Dallas, Tex., convicted of conspiracy
to sell ilquor to Indians.
Alexandria, Va. Brakeman killed
and 2 or train crew injured when
freight train ran into another on
Washington. There will be no so
cial program at White House this
winter owing to death of Mrs. Wil
son. Washington. Heavy reduction in
force of bureau of immigration, de
partment of labor, decided upon by
Sec'y Wilson. Result falling off of
about 75 per cent in immigration".
London. All movements of Prince
of Wales, now at front, kept secret.
.Reported that German aviators are
endeavoring to locate and drop
bombs on him.
Cincinnati. Search of home of
late Louise Laralde, 73, recluse, re
vealed $31,000 assorted valuables in
mattresses and holes in walls.
Mobile, Ala. Posse searching for
5 white convicts who killed Wm.
Mayo, guard of convict camp, and
London. House of commons
agreed to petition King George for
erection of national monument to
late Lord Roberts. Parliament to
Washington. Earthquake trem
ors of considerable violence, possibly
within the U. S., registered on the
Georgetown University seismograph
from 7:20 to 8:26 today.
Clinton, III. Fire destroyed almost
a block of 2-story buildings on east
side. Loss $100,000.
McKeesport, Pa. Fire starting in
basement of O'Neil department
store caused $200,000 damage.
New York. 1 fireman injured and
5 overcome by smoke when fire gut
ted cellar and lower floors of tene
ment. Kansas City, Mo. Fire destroyed
warehouse and salesroom of Bene
dict Paper Co. Loss $75,000.
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MORE ROSEHILL DOPE
More high finance was revealed in
the petition for a receiver against the
Rosehill Cemetery Co. yesterday by
Charles Cutting, attorney for Demp
ster and Lansingh interests.
Cutting accused the directors of
making bad loans and also charged
that $230,418 was loaned to the La
Salle -St. Bank for securities which
might as well have been cats and
"The "House That Jack Built," a
home of pleasure located on the Des
plaines river, was loaned $17,500, ac
cording to Cutting, who also charged
that the backers of the resort were
certain officers of the Rosehill Cem
etery Co. J
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