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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Superior, Wis. 4 cremated, 1 dy--ing,
result of fire in saloon and lodg
ing house, Saxohp3Vis. Believed in
cendiary. Loss $5,000.
Havana. Because of discovery of
;case of alleged bubonic plague 'here,
shipping stopped.
: New York. Unidentified steamer
ashore off Barnegat, N. J. Reported
flying distress streamers.
Roratim, France. Ferdinand Pin-
ney Earle, affinity artist, on trial here
charged with kidnaping his own son.
Winchester, W. Va. W. G. Conrad,
.Montana mining millionaire and
banker, who was urged once to run
with Bryan for vice president, dead.
I St. Louis, Mo. John Lucas, pay
master Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co.,
robbed of $10,000 by auto bandits.
Terre Haute, Ind. Stewart, 5-year-old
son of James Cooper, promi
nent attorney, run down and instant
ly killed by street car.
Berlin, Wis. Strike of employes of
Wisconsin Granite ;Co. for 8-hour day
begun last May ended.
Springfield, III. Public utilities
commission ordered Rock Island
Rrailroad to repair crossing gates at
Columbia st., Ottawa, damaged in
collision between train and trolley car
Jan. 12 when. several persons were
injured. ;
Quincy, , 111. Planned to erect
$300,000 . tuberculosis sanitarium in
or near Quincy.
Saginaw, Mih. Wm. Hagadorn,
55, jumped fromtrain in,effort to es
cape from officer taking him to De
troit to -serve sentence in House of
Correction for 'drunkenness. Serious
ly injured;
Washington. Pres. Wilson will
consult oculist in Philadelphia today
concerning eye trouble.
Paris. Sued for $210 by his valet
for care of white mice, Dr. Doyen,
famous surgeon, urged habits of
white mice devouring their young to
.disprove valet's statement that he
kept 500 in room.
Washington. Comptroller of cur
rency issued call on all national banks
for reports on their condition at close
of business March 4.
New York. Unhappy at home be
cause mother played bridge ' whist
Geo. N. Loeffler, 12, heir to $300,000,
begged Justice Jaycox to let him re
main with his aunt, Mrs. Mary Loef
fler. Metuchen, N.J. Mayor TahVwrote
letter of apology on behalf of city to
Prof. M. C. McQuann, Charleston,
Mass., whose head wa? target for boy
bean-shooter during lecture here. -
New York. Att!ylifford W. Hart
ridge, attorney for Harry K. Thaw at
first trial for killing "Stanford White,
disbarred because he was found
guilty of spending $39j000 in spirit
ing' female witnesses out f state so
thye could not testify against Thaw.
" Philadelphia. Dr. Grace -Osborne
and her sister, Mrs. Louise Osborne
Ferso Villa Nova, Chicago suburb,
held on charges of being hotel beats
here and in New York.
Cleveland, O. Woman said by po
lice to be leader of gang engaged in
extensive smuggling of oninm arrest
ed with two male companions.
New York. George W. Vanderbilt,
52, millionaire, dead.
Memphis, Tenn. Declaring he will
drive saloons and blind tigers from
Memphis,. Att'y Gen. Z. H. Estes said
every saloon would have to close in
24 hours whether they were violating
the law or not.
Trinidad, Col., March 7, Judge A.
W. McHendrie of the district court
denied the application of "Mother".
Mary Jones for a writ" of habeas cor
pus and remanded her to the cus
tody of General John Chase, com
manding the militia in the southern
Colorado strike zone. The court rec
ognized the right of the military au
thorities to arrest and detain persons.

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