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Pathé's Weekly, No. 5 (1913)

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Van Wert, Ohio: A Fort Wayne and Western passenger train collides with a freight at a crossing here. The train crew are injured and a property loss of $50,000 is sustained. New York, N.Y: The striking garment workers' parade, 36,000 strong...See moreVan Wert, Ohio: A Fort Wayne and Western passenger train collides with a freight at a crossing here. The train crew are injured and a property loss of $50,000 is sustained. New York, N.Y: The striking garment workers' parade, 36,000 strong, is a model of orderliness. After the parade they attend a meeting in Union Square. San Francisco, Cal: The entire Fourth Regiment of Cavalry, the Twenty-fifth Regiment of Infantry, three companies of Coast Artillery and 550 Marines embark on the transports Sheridan and Logan for Honolulu. Washington, D.C: Captain Amundsen, the Arctic explorer, visits Washington to receive a medal from the Geographical Society. New York, N.Y: Mrs. Joan M. Cuneo, the well-known woman automobilist, drives Disbrow's 300 horsepower auto "Jay Eye See," at ninety-one miles an hour. Columbus, Ohio: Governor Cox is inaugurated with the usual ceremonies. San Francisco, Cal: The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has adopted a new method of capturing stray dogs and goats, which they consider far more humane than the old-fashioned wire loop. New York, N.Y: Don Cesar Luis de Montalban is walking around the world, having started with a two-cent piece. He is not allowed to beg, but must earn his living as he goes. Up to the present he has walked 70,000 miles. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis See less
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Updated Jan 27, 1913

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