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DOINGS OFTHE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Sailors in naval ordnance yard,
St. Petersburg, mutinied today,
and are engaged in pitched battle
Chas. L. Hodges, who served
oa jj years in me army, ami rose
w -from ranks tn hp mninr o-pnprjil
died at his home in Washington
Denver will offer ,$100,000 for
Democratic National convention,
and expects to get it.
Four men were killed in Ken
tucky, following Christmas cele
bration and in outbreak of old
feud, two in Tennessee, one in
Arkansas, one in Texas, One in
Kansas, and two in Chicago.
Attending physicians say Mrs.
Russell G. Colt, (Ethql Barry
more), will be able to resume her
theatrical work tomurrow.
Unless Yuan Shi Kai immedi
ately recognizes the Chinese re
public, the rebels will elect Dr.
Sun Yat Sen president of the Re
public Wednesday, and establish
a capital at Nankin.
John J. Murphy, Kinkston, N.
Y., undertaker, was called to the
home of Frank Guirdane to pre
pare his baby for burial. He
found signs of life. Baby will re
"If Roosevelt erces .to the White
House in 1912, we never will get
him out again, except teet hrst.
-CoJ. Henry 'Watterson.
Marse Henry is inclined to be
Kaiser's second son, the sailor
Prince Adalbert, 27, handsome
and singler will join German
iyVest Atlantic squadron this
summer, and visit all the chief
Digging for gold believed to
have been lost from Spanish
troopship hundreds of years ago,
has become popular pastime on
St. Mary's river, Georgia, from
King's Ferry to Coleraine. Also,
it is leading to bad temper.
Scientific yeggmen, who blew
safe of Harlem store and got
away with $4,000, wore kid gloves
so they could not be trailed by
"When Chas. Anderson found
himself in Denver and his wife in
Salt Lake City Christmas, he ar
ranged to dine with her by long
distance telephone. It cost
Charles $100, hut-he says it was
Private Benj. Garr, 15th infan
try, married Laura Lund, at Og
den, Utah, depot, while train
which was to bear his regiment to
Manila, was changing engines.
Mrs. Claudia ,Hains, divorced
wife of-Peter C Hains, jr., for
merly captain in the U. S. A , and
slayer of Wm. E. Annis, today
nenied thatshe was to re-marry
Hains Hams' brother started
the rumor, it is said.
9,000 Boston women pine for
husbands. That number answer
ed Walter C Bickforcl's plea,
from Orting, Wash., for several
wives for lonely Washington
Frank Rimmert, 17, La Crosse,
Wis., telegraph messenger boy,
after carrying messages of glad
tidings all day yesterday, was
called, oa to finish hisworic by.