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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 25

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Washington. Sec'y of Labor Wil
son will leave tonight for Chicago
and Pacific coast to inspect immigra
tion stations.
London. Suffragets attacked Pre
mier Asquith, throwing pepper at him
and trying to strike him with whips
as he motored to Sterling.
Wheeling, W. Va. Edward Wag
ner wholesale grocery building burn
ed. $150,000 loss.
Cleevland. $200 worth of rings
stolen from Marks jewelry store.
Eighth robbery of kind in two weeks.
Jackson, Ky. Two blocks business
section, famous as feud center of
Kentucky, wiped out by fire. $100,
000 loss.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Fr.ed Mundt,
game warden, shot turtle weighing
35 pounds, twelve miles from any
large body of water.
Pittsville, Wis. Physicians operat
ing on Mrs. Wm. Armour, supposedly
suffering for 12 years from indiges
tion, found lizard seven inches long
in stomach.
Lincoln, III. Saloon robbers shot
and seriously wounded Wm. Shay,
night policeman.
Indianapolis. Forty arrests made
in street car strike. Six persons
slightly wounded in street riots.
Washington. Several hundred Es
kimos near Nome face starvation un
less they receive about $2,000 from
U. S. government.
Denver. Eleven women have of
fered to enter marital life for scien
tific purposes, but 6nly one man
Harr. nondsport, N. V. E. R. ,)a
quith, arrested for shooting wild
ducks while in aeroplane, said his
aeroplane flew so much faster than
ducks that he had to shoot some to
avoid running Kover them. Pined.
New York. Miss Caroline C. Ewen
left $1,000 for benefit of every cat on
Island of Maderia and bulk of her
S200.000 estate to cat arid dog insti
tutions, s
Paris. Aviator Gilbert, tryingfor
Pommery prize, flew 590 miles in 5
hours in monoplane.
London. King George gave sump
tuous banquet to 500 workmen en
gaged in making repairs on Bucking
ham palace.
West Range, N. J. Children of
John Hansen, 75, have asked police
and health departments to prevent
marriage of Hansen and Mrs. Annie
G. Sherman, 77.
New York. Natiel Laird, a Sunday
school teacher, dazzled by the white
lights of Broadway, stole $40,000
from cemetery company to finance
his 50th birthday party, which lasted
two years.
Berlin. An ape, strapped to a seat,
rode 85 miles in aeroplane screaming
and fighting every bit of way and was
almost paralyzed with fear when,
craft alighted.
Pontiac, III. Hearing of charges
againBt Dr. James A. Marshall, de
posed state reformatory physician,
set for Nov. 10.
St. Paul, Minn. Wm. McMahon,
brakeman, awarded $39,000 in suit
against Illinois Central Railroad for
loss of both arms and right leg
Minneapolis. Helmed Hanson, 62,
son Harvey, 25, dead from breath
ing coal gas. Mrs. Hanson and son
Clarence, 16, dying.
New York. Capt. John A. Fish,
prominent N. Y. civil engineer and
hero of Boer war, was arrested
charged with arson on high seas,
punishable by life imprisonment Ac
cused df burning his yacht to. get
$15,000 insurance.
Griffin, Ga. Two trainmen fatally
injured, score of passengers hurt
when Southern train was derailed.
Alton, III. Two runaway school
girls and a boy, all of Ca'frolton, TIL,
arrested. Rode to Alton in box car
and were going to hunt work.
Venice, Cal. Mrs. Catherine Ho
gan sued Northeastern Railway Cg

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