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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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BRITISH GET SUBJECTS OUT OF
MEXICO IN A HURRY
Washington, June 4. Anticipating
trouble as the result of Pres. Wilson's
abandonment of "watchful waiting"
in Mexico, British authorities in Mex
ico City are adopting extraordinary
methods to get English subjects out
of the capital and to. the seacoast
Unable to get adequate railroad
facilities, the British legation, accord
ing to a report received at the state
dep't today, is sending English men,
women and children out of the city
on horseback and in automobiles.
FOUND MAN UNDER WIFE'S BED
Artesia, Miss., June 4. Returning
home unexpectedly, Conley Cox,
druggist, found Dr. R. E. ,Mouldin, a
well-known local physician, hiding
under wife's bed. Cox shotMouldin,
killing him instantly. Mrs. Cox fled
to another room and swallowed 12
grains of bichloride of mercury tab
lets. She will die.
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THE LIGHT BILL WAS HIGH
Milwaukee, June 4. Edith Pres
singer, 18, of Fond du Lax:, came to
Milwaukee to gather data regarding
the bright lights for the edification
of her girl friends back home, she
says. Detective Reiser says he met
her on a downtown street last night
and that she insisted on making love
to him and tangoing with him. She
paid a $10 fine in district court to
day and took a train for home.
37,000 "WAR BABIES"
London, June 4. More than 37,000
"war babies" will demand considera
tion of British public at the end of
first year of war, Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst told big audience of wom
en gathered to discuss the "war ba
by" problem in the Palladium.
Ike Kaminsky, "boy burglar," tes
tified during police graft trial today
&at &e fead. bribed police,
SAYS THE HAPPY GUY
By Jim Manee
When you wake up in the early mom
With a grouch, steer clear of me.
I want no sulkin' where I am,
All things must cheery be.
If you can laugh and tell a pun
And cast a joyful charm;
If you can bubble o'er with fun,
Why come and take my arm.
P. S. One man with the "auto"
smile spirit is worth two with a sulky
BITS OF NEWS
Chas. Pfitzer, 2348 5. Canal, hart,
Halsted st traffic blockoned when an
axle on Consumers' Co. wagon broke
New $125,000 hall St Gabriel's
Catholic church will be dedicated
Police rushed to 2352 Marshall
blvd. in answer to telephonic appeals
for rescue from burglars. Found,
Edw. Donnelly, 70, civil war veteran,
loudly stealing some sleep.
Human skull found 10 feet below
surface while excavating for build
ing at 59th and Lafayette av.
H. J. Lambke, Irving ave. delicates
sen storeman who identified John
Chihocki, 2044 W. 19th, as the elder
of the "father and son" murder ban
dits, refuses to sign warrant. Lamb
ke now has doubts. Chihocki may
not be tried.
CHICAGO GRAIN. All grains and
provisions lower. July wheat closed
NEW YORK STOCKS. Steel trust
decision livened market Steel up. f$
Other issues advanced in sympathy.
Unsettled weather tonight and
Saturday with probably showers;
slightly warmer; moderate easterly
winds becoming variable. Tempera
ture Thursday: Highest 62: lowest,
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