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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 31',
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Winnsboro, Tex. Perry Morris,
farmer, shot and kelled J. P. Sheets,
son-in-law, seriously wounded son of
Sheets by former wife, killed C. J.
Maddox and wife, then killed self.
Akron, O. A. C. Hubner, 33, and
Anna Mitchell killed in automobile
Ashtabula, O. Frank L Hall, 32,
hurled from automobile which struck
some traction ties and killed.
St Louis. Col. E. L. Preetorius,
president German-American Publish
in, gCo., St Louis, suicided by shoot
ing himself in head.
Washington. Pres. Wilson and
Mrs. Norman Gait will be married
"near the close of December," offi
cially announced this afternoon.
Washington. "Alien labor law"
adopted by Arizona under initiative
petition providing employer of more
than five persons must employ 80
per cent qualified electors or native
born citizens declared unconstitu
tional in supreme court
Washington. Great Britain's de
fense of its stoppage of trade be-.
tween American shippers an dtraders
in neutral Netherlands and Scandina-
vian countries pn ground that goods
sent there really are destined for the
central powers, will not be accepted
as satifactory by 17. S.
Washington. Great Britain has
sented to abrogation of trade treaty
with TJ. S. which would have pre
vented operation of LaFollette sea
men's act, so far as British seamen
New York. Three men who may
have been connected with bomb plot
with Rob't Fay and four other alleged
conspirators now under arrest held
and all information regarding Iden
tity or charges against them denied.
Marshfield, Wis. Peter Daul, Phil- I
ip Adler, Cbas. A. Gitbens and Rob't
H. Schroeder dead. Auto hit by Soo
New York. "Hit 'er out. Char ay,"
tsang out Daniel Bedell to his son at
amateur "ball game. Charley obeyed
and sent ball zipping into grandstand,
breaking his father's jaw.
Milwaukee. In avoiding crash
with another car Charles Busseke
witz turned auto into curbing. In
jured three women standing on side
walk. Held by police.
Washington. Earthquake shocks
lasting three hours recorded on the
Georgetown university seismograph.
Estimated the disturbance occurred
4,000 miles away.
New York. John O'Boyle, Wal
dorf bellhop who used to be known
as "John 0," was called "John D."
today. Hotel patron tipped John on
war stock. He cleared $11,000,
Springfield, Mass. Local depart
ment store reported busiest 15 min
utes in history when hive of bees on
Salt Lake City, Utah. Roy H,
Horton, traveling slesman and mem
ber of I. W. W., shot and killed by
Major H. P. Myton, formerly Indian
agent at Ft Duchesne, Utah, and a
POLICE GRAB" SIX SPEAKERS IN
ALLEY BY MANDEL BROS.
For the third successive Sunday
evening some 2,000 earnest seekers
of enlightenment gathered In Holden
ct tQ listen to the address of invited
speakers. Again the speakers were
arrested and pie gathering dispersed
It happens that Mandel Bros, have
built their department store across
Holden ct and now they claim the
court as a private .driveway to be
used exclusively for loading delivery
No delivery wagons are loaded on
The speakers arrested were Max
Sherover, New York publisher; Jos.
Gorman, 525 S. State; Angelo Dak
len, 704 W- Madison; L. W. Hardy,
1645 Belmont av.; Kenneth Malcom,
44 S. State and Geo. Koojj '