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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
l Ortie McManigal to go on the
stand before federal grand jury
at Indianapolis late today.
Police searching for Rev. Wm.
D. McFarland, head of United
Presbyterian Mission Schools,
Tenn. Ante mortem staement
by Elsie D. Coe, Pittsburgh, who
died after criminal operation, im
. 27 drowned in River Ems, Ger
many. Skating. Thaw.
Taft administration throwing
fit over declaration in favor of
government ownership of tele
graph lines by Postmaster Gen
Hitchcock says it would mean
cheaper telegraph service. Which
is possible, hut has nothing to do
with campaign contributions.
Taft looking for Hitchcock.
Hitchcock can't be found. Prob
ably crawled into hole, and pulled
the hole in after him. Great wis
dom.i Miss Patsy Felts, once-engaged
to Rev. Clarence V. T. Richeson,
is in hiding in Salt Lake City.
Archie Camp, Palmyra, Mich.,
who shot and killed his wife, seri
ously wounded her mother, and
filled bullet into his own brain, is
Gov. Harmon spoke before Jef
ferson club at Milwaukee today.
He will be followed by Woodrow
Wilson, William Jennings Bryan
and Champ Clark at later dates.
What's the Jefferson club got
against Oscar Underwood and
Qov." Folk and Gov. Dix and I-.Will-Run-a-Hearse?
Work of tearing down walls of"
Equitable building, N.Y., began
today. Body of Wm. Campion,'
special watchman, recovered. fc
Only two bodies left in ruins. Bil-V
lion dollars worth of securities"1
still in Mercantile vaults. "
Edward Hagengans and Ed-
ward" and Davis McKinley, farm--
ers, under arrest at Circleville,
O., charged with murder of Fan- "
nie Hagengans, Feb. 16, 1909. '
Information leading to arrest
given by Edw. McKinleyV'
daughter, Mrs. Luella Roebuck.
Urban A. Walter, militant lead-'
er of Railway Mail Clerks, afriv-
ed in Washington today to prove
his charges against Hitchcock'
and the oostoffice department.
r Fire has destroyed Pasadena
Hotel, famous summer resort of.
Pasadena, Cal. Loss about
Denver Times today passed
under management of Robert Wy-y
Speer, machine mayor of Denver
with whose Yule Denver has beenr
afflicted for many years. n
City council of Racine, Wis., ,
has declined without 'thanks--Carnegie's
offer of $10,000 for ar
Racine figures it can getr hon
est money to build its library
with, ordo without the library,
Humorists may come and go,
but the Ice Trust goes on forever
enjoying its peculiar idea ofa
The more ice there is, the hard--er
the ice is to cut, and therefore
the price of ice will go up; and
the. less ice there is, the harder
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