Monday, September 06, 2010

Today -100: September 6, 1910: Of radium, rights, and baby parades

Marie Curie obtains pure radium.

YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A PHONE CALL: NYC Police Commissioner Baker orders that people under arrest have a right to send a message or have someone notified by telephone without charge. In the past, cops have extracted graft for providing this service.

Headline of the Day -100: “Stabbed, He Falls Before Baby Parade.”

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