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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 29, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Philadelphia. Missing half of clay
tablet found at Univ. of Penn. Mu
seum. Other half of tablet just
translated by Dr. Stephen Langdon
said to bear on early history of man.
Monroe, Wis.-5 .cars loaded with
merchandise valued "St $30,000 went
into ditch on Milwaukee road.
London. Suffragets dislodged the
king's hat with literature they flung
at royal pair.
Springfield. Gov. Dunne says ap
prehension of horse thieves is just as
valuable to state as arrest of mur
derers. Smithfield, Pa. Running amuck
with a hatchet, an Italian killed 1,
wounded several others before L. V.
Morgan shot and killed him.
Fort Smith, Ark. John Gill, 7, shot
and killed 4-year-old sister. Blendon
Pair, 6, shot and killed by brother, 10.
"Unloaded" guns.
Bible students want national tem
perance law. Cong. Hobson wallop
ed demon rum.
Women of Third and Sixth wards
urge technical staff to work out gar
bage problem.
Minnie Muttka, 67, 2344 W. 20th
St., dead. Coroner investigating.
Package containing silverware val
ued at $25 found by Geo. Morrison,
812 N. State st. Silver marked "Mes
singer." Oyster Bay. Col. Roosevelt em
phatically declines to be Progressive
candidate for governor of N. Y.
Laporte, Ind. Sidney Stanley Wi
tucke, motorman, fell from car of
Northern Indiana Electric Railway.
Grand Rapids, Mich. North Mich
igan Transportation Co.'s steamer
Manistee destroyed by fire. Loss
$300,000. Robert Larson, watchman,
badly burned.
Hopkinsville, Ky. Engineer James
Webb and Fireman John Healy, kill
ed, and George Hampton, probably
fatally scalded in wreck of excursion
train in Louisville & Nashville Road.
Bloomington, III. Paul Griffith and
Harry Peterson killed and 2 others
seriously injured when auto turned
Washington. $30,000 offered by -war
djep't for aeroplane competition '
to assist development of military fly
ing machines.
New York". Punch bowls fashion- .
ed out of block of ice cooling scheme "
started by New York Hotel.
Washington. Of 364 persons mar- '
ried by Rev. J. Nenning Nelms, Epis-
copal rector, he claims not one got .
Kansas City. Edward Monohan, '
29; Geo. Lessen, 34; Nicholas Zum- '
wait, 69, burned to death in fire that
destroyed livery stable.
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Joseph Daly, a deputy bailiff in the
Municipal Court, was shot by Police- s
man Behan in front of the Colonial
Cafe, Western avenue and VanBuren ,
street, early yesterday morning, and ,
Policeman Madden, Martin J. Barry, )
deputy bailiff, Mrs. Tittle Barry, his .
wife, Harry L. Pinnicci, his brother '
Anthony, Thomas Burke, Wm. A.
Bain and Albert Connelly are being
held to explain the killing.
According to Behan, there was a '
skirmish outside the cafe caused by
an altercation over Barry's wife and "
the two Pinnoccis being in the cafe -together.
Behan drew his revolver
and Daly went to his aid and was ac
cidentally shot, it is claimed.
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Juarez, Mex., June 29. That Gen. '
Villa's break with Gen. Carranza has
again become acute with interpreta
tion placed by constitutionalists on
the rebel chieftain's action Sunday in
suddenly withdrawing his entire
army from the Zacatecas campaign. ' .
It is believed Villa has sent an ulti
matum to Carranza and that all his
military operations will cease pend
ing a reply. ..
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