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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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MEN BEHIND THRONES IN ITALIAN CRISIS
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Baron Sidney Sonnino, again for
eign minister for Italy, known as "the
framer of Italian cabinets," is one of
the men Buelow, the kaiser's envoy,
tried to influence against war.
Sonninohas been a big political pow
er in Italy and much pressure was
brought to bear on him, it is said,
even to the extent of large offers, to
prevent war. Greater than Sonnino
in the estimation of the German na
tions, however, is G. Giolotti, former
president of the ministry and still
looked upon as one of the powerful
men of Italy. It is intimated that the
Germans and Austrians tried to per
suade him to obtain his1' old place as
premier and avert war.
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Washington. Pres. Wilson wel
comed delegates to Pan-American
financial congress. Expressed hope
Americas may point way to perma
nent world peace.
New York. Cost New York $12,
561 to get rid of its coroners, that
being cost of investigation which led
to legislation making present incum
bents last this city will have.
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New York. Coney Island opened
with bang Sunday, 200,000 sampling
"hot dogs" and other frivolous attrac
tions of New York's famous amuse
ment park.
Detroit, Mich. Sale of Pere Mar
quette railroad on or before Oct. 1,
1915, ordered by U." S. District Judge
Arthur-J. Tuttle.
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