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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Paris. Reported that Henry Bern
stein, noted dramatist, intends to
write play basetl -on tragic situations
in connection with"Caillaux trial.
Hammondsport, N. Y. Lt. Porte
will postpone trans-Atlantic flight un
til after Oct. 1.
Akron, O. Andrew Pucini admit
ted in juvenile court he had agreed
to sell 16-year-old daughter to 60-year-old
admirer for sixty city lots.
Sale off.
Kansas City. John G. Gustafson,
"head of local Burns detective agency,
arrested on warrant charging him
with being in conspiracy .to attempt to
bribe county commissioner of Doug
las county, Nebraska.
Racine, Wis. John Sorenson,
prisoner in county jail, found to have
Milwaukee. Probation Officer Puis
asys in 300 divorce cases only one
male defendant was bald and only
two had red hair.
Rancocas, N. J. Christian Stem
mer, 72, suicided by drowning.
Yonkers, N. Y. Keeping promise
she made before accident rendered
her fiance hopeless cripple, Hilda
Dahlgren married Oscar Fried, who
has bot hlegs paralyzed and both
arms amputated.
New York. lund of $50,000 for
Irish national volunteers aim of
movement launched by United Irish
League of America and Irish National
Volunteers fund committee.
New York. Mrs. Lucy S. Oppen
heim granted divorce from James Op
penheim, author.
Corinellsville, Pa. Believed fear of
contracting hydropnobia caused
death of Frank Bell, bitten by dog.
New York. "You've got me right,"
boastfully said Juliano Daliano, 8,
when arrested at Coney Island in the
act of picking a woman's pocket.
New Orleans. 2 more cases of bu
"bonic plague reported making 13.
Auckland, N. Z. Protection of
husbands against wives urged by
mayor who claims many men are in
danger of their lives at wives' hands.
Buffalo. 7 persons injured, 2 prob
ably fatally, when street car rammed
motor truck carrying 13 passengers.
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Dublin, July 27. Three men and
one woman killed, over sixty wound
ed, seven of whom may die, as re
sult of rioting between the King's
Own Scottish Borderers and Nation
alist volunteers who were being aid
ed by a mob composed largely of wo
men and youths.
A consignment of rifles was land
ed at Howth, nine miles from here.
The Nationalist volunteers cut the
telegraph wires and stopped travel on
the Dublin roads. A battalion of the
King's Own Scottish Borderers was
ordered to capture the arms, and en
countered a detachment of volun
teers. A crowd quickly gathered and
followed the troops, jeering them and
cheering for John Redmond. The
battalion replied with a fusilade and
in an instant the streets were cover
ed with wounded.
Among those seriously wounded
was M. J. Judge, a prominent officer
of the Nationalist volunteers
Calls It Massacre.
London, July 27. The Daily News
calls the affair at Dublin a massacre
and demands a rigid investigation of
the conduct of the soldiers. It lays
the responsibility upon the weakness
of the government which allowed the
organization of the Ulster volunteers
and could not prohibit the national
ists from doing the .same.
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Among about 200 members of the
senior class at Princeton 83 . have
kissed girls, while only one less cor
responded with girls. One asserts that
he has a correspondence list of 22.
Nine men are engaged, while 31 have
been rejected, one young man ten.
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