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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 07, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 31

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' TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Greenwich, Conn. Adele Ritchie,
actress, will many Charles Nelson
Bell, New York importer, Friday,
June 13, 1913.
New York. Jere Knode Cooke,
former pastor of St George's
Church, Hempstead, L. I., and FIo
retta Whaley, girl he eloped with six
years ago, will be married at once.
Mrs. Cooke divorced husband.
Tarrytown, N. Y. Special police
guard home of Wm. Rockefeller
against violence at hands of 100 la
borers who are making trouble
about their pay.
Springfield. Governor Dunne de
nied rumor that he is dead.
Cincinnati, O. Geo. B. Cox, re
cently acquitted oni charge of ab
stracting note from assets of Cincin
nati Trust Co., notified he will have
to appear in court to face indictment
charging misapplication of funds.
Granite City, III. J. J. Williams
crushed between two cars attached
to cab In which brother-in-law, Rex
Rebor, was engineer.
Denver. Leaving a farewell note
that her inability to find the "love
that falleth not" was reason for act,
Miss Stella E. Randolph, 41, seam
stress, committed suicide by taking
mercury tablets.
Detroit, Mich. Five injured, two
probably fatally, when freight and
work car on Detroit United Railway
collided.
Washington. A. L. " Wechsler,
news agent at Watertown, N. Y., re
turned lead pencil left by Sec. of
Navy Roosevelt when writing tele
gram. Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. Amy
Nuckols, wife of former racing king,
dead. Heart failure.
Hammond, Ind. Jacob Layman,
Gary, found "not guilty" of robbery,
started to walk out of court. Called
back. Judge signed wrong verdict
Got seven years.
City of Mexico. Reported that
Zapata caused Col. Pascual Orozco,
father of" former chief rebel,, to be
put to death.
Lacrosse, Wis. New ruling fust
passed by board of police orders po
lice to be polite to prisoners.
New York. C. (Ned) Wayburn,
actor and manager, bankrupt
Pittsburg. S. L. Heeter, Superin
tendent of Schools, dismissed for im
morality. o o
TODAYS
ODD NEWS
Aurora, III. "Slide, Tillie, slide,"
was cry of vbleacherites when two
teams of girls, one wearing white
and the other blue stockings, staged
a baseball game.
Joliet, Jll. After Magistrate Con
nors had fined her $25 for disorderly
conduct, Mary Fatjnlk attacked him
with garden hose.
New York. Meyer Bellport, 16,
walkedlnto police station and offered
three coppers for a bed. Said they
were last of 5,000 pennies he had
stolen.
New York. While arguing over
taxi bill of $8 Phillip Bannia fell out
of car with $1,200 in currency
clutched in hand. Arrested for in
toxication. East Palestine, O. Poodle dog
owned by Mrs. Henrietta Daltenfeld
was shot by Mrs. Venetia Hardy
after it chewed up several lace cur
tains and century-old Bible. Mrs.
Hardy was arrested.
Cleveland. One death and two
prostrations yesterday. Hottest June
6 in forty years.
Brownsville, Pa. Wm. T. Daugh
erty, who has attended game in
Pittsburgh once every week for 20
years, saw the Pirates win for first
time oil Thursday.
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"I hear the New Haven railroad has
decided to have no more rear end
collisions." "That's what one of the
officials told me. He said they had
taken t)ff all the rear cars."
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