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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 30

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Jackson, Mich. Three persons
killed and 20 injured in head-on col
lision of interurban cars three miles
east of here. - .
St. Louis. Seven men injured
when scaffolding used in construction
3f a sewer fell under weight of dozen
Denver. New York Trust Co., act
ing as bondholders, applied for re
ceiver for Denver Union Water Co.
Company could not pay $8,000,000
bond issue which came due today.
Fairbury, Neb. Six inches of hail
in Jefferson county. Cattle killed and
crops destroyed. All fruit lost
Dodge City, Kan. Evertee Ver
beck, South Holland, 111., and Arthur
Vogel struck and killed by lightning.
Cleveland. Ethel Villiers, 26, Chi
cago, arrested for dressing in male
attire. Said she had worn men's
rinttifis for three vears.
Washington. Pres. Wilson has
nominated George T. Marye of San
Francisco to be ambassador to Rus
sia. Detroit. Nearly $1,000,000 in in
come tax assessments paid into office
of internal revenue collector by 1,500
New York. Movies will be suffra
gets next peaceful weapon to spread
doctrine of votes for women. Prize
offered for best scenario to place
cause before public.
Washington. Pres. Wilson has de
finitely decided to appoint John H.
Clark of Cleveland U. S. judge of
northern district of Ohio.
Mineral Point, Wis. Binks Allen
dead as result of being hit on temple
by batted ball.
St. Louis. Minor B. Wheeler shot
and killed his wife, then sent bullet
through own head. 12-year-old
daughter tried to save mother, but
Wheeler held her as he fired.
Rome. Pope Pius received in au-
Alnrmn KAft AmowVon TnllTcVlinmPTl 2S
officers and 50 sailors on annual
DavenDort. la. Sweetheart
wouldn't take her to circus. Mrs.
Byrl Smith," 20, drank carbolic acid.
Cincinnati. Bill Perkins, noted
horse trainer, installed phonograph
in his stable to soothe 'nerves of
horses just before races.
New York. Failing to get crowds
with flowers, suffraget speakers an
nounced they would give away sand
wiches. Mob of men.
Hammondsport, N. Y. America,
trans-Atlantic flyer, put through tests
which Lieut J. C. Porte, R. N hoped
would be last before her flight
Clinton, la. W. B. Farver, 43, ex-!
mayor of this city, dead.
Paris. Appropriation of $400000
to cover expense of French govern-:
ment exhibit at San Francisco's fair
in 1915 provided for in bill introduc-.
ed in chamber or aepuues.
New York. J. P. Morgan resigned
as director of National City Bank.
Washington. Alleging Wabash
Pittsburgh Terminal Co. was "loot
ed" as badly as New Haven Railroad,
Rep. Townsend, New Jersey, asked
full investigation by Interstate Com
merce Commission.
Washington. House agreed to
give Vice Pres. Marshall and Speaker
Clark $4,500 automobiles.
Boston. "We're sinking," message
snapped over wireless from schooner
yacht Virginia, owned by E. R. Crow
foot, Omaha, Neb. Revenue cutter set
out for relief.
Bellaire, O. 2,000 Eastern Ohio
miners in convention passed resolu
tion demanding coal operators settle
difficulties with them within 10 days.
Baltimore, Ma- Crazed by ill
health, Mrs. Marie Fjnck, 42, stran
gled two of her children.
Redding, Cal. Mount Lassen,
American volcano, began most violent
eruption yesterday. Not believed any
tourist on slonfi.
Pottsville, Pa. Attempt was maae
cruise of Annapolis Naval Academy, J to blow up Lehigh Valley R. R. paya
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