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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1912, Image 4

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Washington. Orders being
f prepared here that will sen3 4
ships now at Annapolis to Key,
West not later than Saturday.
Washington. Rep. Berger has
postponed filing of charges
against Judge Hanford, Seattle,
until tomorrow on account of
death of Sen. Nixon.
Joliet, HI.- C. H. Williamson,
Quincy, 111., elected president of
Elks over M. Hamburger, Chi
cago, at state meeting today.
Springfield, 111. Newton C.
Dougherty, former supt. of Peo
r&schools, who was sent to Joliet
for embezzlement and paroled
last fall, restored to full citizen
ship by Gov. Deneen.
Clarence, Mo. Thomas Rells
shot and seriously wounded his
father and mother-in-law, Mr.
apd Mrs. 'Charles Upton, Leo
nardMov, when refused his 2-year-old
child, who was in their
custody. Shot and killed himself
when surrounded.
New York. 16 engineers, elec
tricians and firemen, Hotel Neth
erlands, went on strike in sym
pathy with waiters. All en
gineers, firemen and electricians
may walk out of every hotel, res
taurant and country club.
Des Moines. Supporters of
Sen. Cummins are trying to in
duce all delegates to Chicago to
unite on senator for president.
' -El Paso. Several hundred
Mexican women and children ar
riving here from Chihuahua. Last
train brought 300.
Duluth, Minn. -William Jen
nings Bryan's name cheered for.
10 minute- at Democratic .state
convention. Clark men ready to
throw support to Nebraskan as
they see victory for Wilson.
Fall River, Mass. Stephen A.
Chase, treas. Christian Science
Church, died today after short ill
ness. Cohimbus, O.' Expense ac
count filed with Sec'y of State
showed Ohio League of Roose
velt spent $25,241.44 received
from National Roosevelt Com
mittee in electing Roosevelt dele
gates to Chicago.
'Duluth, Minn. John M, Free
man elected chairman Minnesota
Democratic state convention.
Boston. George E. Foss 82,
father of Gov. Foss and Rep. Foss
of Illinois, died at Governor's
home, Jamaica Plains, after ten
days illness.
West Abingdon, Mass. John
L. Sullivan, ex-heavyweight
champion, ill at his farm here.
Tonsilitis and rheumatic gout.
Quincy, 111. Bodies of Theo-
dora Keck, 16, and Edward Dov
er, 21, found in river. Missing
since. Sunday. First thought they
had eloped.
Sioux Falls, S. D. In spits of
first reports there is still a chance
that Sen. Gamble may have been
renominated. Figures compiled kt
Gamble headquarters give him
lead over Sterling.
Duluth, Minn. Indications
from Democratic 'state conven
tion afe that 24 Minnesota dele
gates to Baltimore will be in
structed for Wilson,
Washington. Actors - kicking

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