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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3',
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Louisiana, Kentucky, South Carolina,
Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Georgia,
In these states sporadic outbreaks
of pellagra have been reported to the
national health authorities: Maine,
Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland,
Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Colo
rado, California, Vermont, Delaware,
Rhode Island, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa,
Kansas, New Mexico, Washington,
Massachusetts, New York, Pennsyl
vania, West Virginia, Indiana, Mis
souri, Oklahoma, Arizona, Oregon.
These are the only states in which
pellagra has not appeared in alarm
ing proportions: Idaho, Wyoming,
North Dakota, Nevada, Montana,
South Dakota, Utah, Minnesota, New
Saft Lake, Utah Jos. Hillstrom,
convicted murderer, to be shot one
week from today.
Indianapolis. Mrs. Esther Camp
bell dead. Burned Tuesday. Apron
Indianapolis. Elizabeth Wheeler,
4, dead. Stood to close to hot plate.
Indianapolis. 47 orphans marched
out of German Lutheran Orphans'
home in nighties when fire broke out
Boys smoking on sly blamed.
Washington. Pres. Wilson held
meeting of cabinet First since July.
Washington. Dr. Josef Goricar is
accused of secretly plotting with Rus
sian and Serbian agents with intent
of disseminating disloyalty among
Austro-Hungarian emigrants, in
statement issued by Austrian em
bassy. Aberdeen, Miss. John Taylor,
negro, said to have criticized prevail
ing styles of dress among white wom
en, in barber shop conversation,
Wichita, Kas. Arthur Hauser,
brought from Indianapolis on charge
of assault, faces charge of murdering
Wm. H. Smith, national secretary of
Woodmen of World, following identi
fication of Hauser as murderer by
Washington. Refusal of national
guard convention at San Francisco to
approve "continental" reserve army
plan, Sec'y of War Garrison indicat
ed, may change plans for enlistment
of state militia in continentals.
Halifax. Belief British steamer
Rio Lages may have been set afire
strengthened by discovery of what
may prove to be piece of time fuse in
New York. Mrs. E. Mary Sinclair
went bathless because her Riverside
drive apartment was horribly cold,
she testified when agent brought suit
for back rent
Winsted, Conn. Guests of Maple
wood hotel moved out when skunk
took up his abode in basement Hole
was bored in floor and trap lowered
into which he walked.
Lawrenceburg, Ind. John Eggo
was milking when cow Switched her
tail. Burr in tail struck Egge's eye.
Egge's eye was removed by specialist.
. Vashington. Bull fighting, cock
fighting and all games of chance
have been prohibited in state of Mex
ico by Gov. Molina, according to
word received here. ,
Washington. Mrs. Emma Brown,
61, of bureau of engraving upon com
pleting 50 years' government service
tomorrow will be youngest person
working for Uncle Sam with half'
Philadelphia. Fellow workman
thinking he was playing joke pumped
John Wazak's body full of air from'
80-pound pressure air pump. Wazak
o o t
The world is informed by the Lima
(El.) Herald that the Crabtree fam-j
ily are visiting their relatives, Rev.
and Mrs. Maple, of that city. Sort of
a botanical gathering.
Mrs. Alovsia Drole, a poor peasant
woman of Spitalic, in Carnia, has
sent ten sons to the front Eight of0
them are now fighting and two aret
prisoners of war in Russia