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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
3,500 were reported missing
from New York in 1911. Police
found 2,000. But 1,500, of whom
1,000 are girls between 14 and
20, never have been heard of.
National Baseball Commission
reported to have found "goat" on
whom to lay blame of ticket
scalping scandal during world's
Magistrate Harrison, Evans
ton, offers bribe of pound of tea
free to every couple married by
him this year, who admit the girl
"popped the question."
Police Chief Duncan, Centra
lia, 111., has prohibited society
women playig cards for prizes.
Says he'll raid card parties, "at
homes" and receptions.
Jacob Luskat, South Bend,
Ind., pleaded guilty to stealing
bucket of coal worth 25 cents.
25 hours in jail.
British government today or
dered large detachment of troops
to Canton, China.. Believes re
sumption of warfare between re
publicans and imperalists is im
minent. Rumor that Shefket Pasha, for
mer minister of war and leader
of Young Turk army which
forced Abdul Hamid from throne
of Turkey, has been assassinated,
current in Philippopolis.
Bandit held up bank in Bixby,
Okla. Stole pony to make es
cape. Bucking broncho. Nuff
National Tube Co., Pittsburgh,
has booked order for 125 miles of
steel pipe 12 inches in diameter
for California oil fields.
Hans S. Aagaard, house paint
er, Cleveland, got $2,500 in dam
age suit for loss of little finger,
because he couldn t play violin ;
properly without it. j
Woman and child stood in .tl
front of Newark, O., jewelry
store and watched three burglars
empty window cases. They
thought it was closing up time.
Wm. H. Emmons, Huron, S.
D., searched 15 years for twin
brother, Clifford. Found him
yesterday in Pittsburgh morgue.
Killed in elevator accident about
two hours before brother reached
Mikail Mordkin, famous Rus
sian dancer, "got the hook" from
Metropolitan Opera Co., N. Y.,
because his jealousy of other
dancers caused trouble.
"Big Tini" Sullivan, N. Y.t
saye he's going to retire from
legislature because "the salary's
Already having millionaire po
lice commissioner in Rhinelander
Waldo, New York is going to
acquire millionaire superinten
dent of Highways in G. Rowland
The dove no longer reigns su
preme at Hague. Stork's on the
job. Queen Wilhelmina. Af
From the White Houses
"Nothing but death can keep me
out of the fight now." (Take the
papers, but spare muh. chee-ild
From under the La Follette
pompadour: "I'm in the fight un
til the last ballot is cast at the na