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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Sheriff Doyle, Westchester
county, N: Y., will appoint 7 spe
cial deputies Jo guard' John D.
Rockefeller while he is at summer
Jibme in Pocantico hills.
Why doesn't a grateful country
appropriate money to provide
special regiment or two to guard
Jawn? Sheriff's deputies areso
cpmmon. The4 regiments might
be'known as Rockefeller's own.
That strong, persevering citi
zen, William Judicial Tempera
ment Taft is determined to name
Judge Win. C. Hook for the vac
ancy on the supreme bench.
Nelson R. Wood, chief taxider
mist of National Museum, Wash
ington, says he can "talk to birds
in their own language."
, "An Infamous Political Con
spiracy Is On Foot. Examiner.
We thought Wilyum was up to
Chas. W. Rowland, Boulder,
Colo., received $500 by express
today with following Tiotec
"Many years ago I took from you
not to exceed $200. It has trou
bled me ever since. I herein re
turn it with good interest. Ac
knowledge receipt to Rev. Moyn
ahan, St. Thomas' College, St.
Paul." Money was stolen in 1885.
John Brenhan, 21, arrested in
cave near Riverside, Conn Has
lived there for years. Lunacy
Mrs. Anna Oliver arrested for
shoplifting in Detroit nearjy con
vinced judge of innocency" Then
used professional's slang, and
will serve 90 days.
Jsrael" Goldberg? "it- Ifc Y.f" is
charged -with homicide. Struck"
David Shastahwitz, 14, over heart-,
with chunk of ice. Shastanwitz
dropped dead. . ,
"Statistics show it costs work- I
ing women $8 a week to livet
Large percentage of them earn '
only $6, or less. Better do away,,
with vhite siave traffic inVestiga'.
tions, and enforce living wage for''
women workers." Rabbi Steph
en S. Wise.
Dr. W. S. Richards, wife'anS
son, George, almost overcome by J
gaSwhen telephone rang, calling
doctor to await visit of stork in
home of W. S. 'Hayes.
House committee on expendi-T
tures in Department of Agricul-R
ture has cleared Dr. Harvey W.,.,
Wiley of charges of maladminis-
Girls of Mount Holyoke college1'
raising funds for new building on .
campus by writing love letters for
50 cents a letter, for illiterate
Five dead, 18 injured, result of
explosion in mine No. 4 of Kern-5'
merer ' Coal Co., Kemnierer,
Wyo., Saturday night. '
Henry Labouchere, editor of3.
Truth, who died recently in Italy,
left estate worth $7,000,000. ' Yetr
some people say it doesn't pay to
tell the truth.
Fred Higgins, Philadelphia,
asked mother-in-law for quarter.
Wouldn't come through. Fred .
thrashed her: Policeman. Jail.
Judge McFarland. Solomon.1
Paroled Fred in custody of moth-
- Dancing nail on East Side, N.