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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
French ship Tayignano seized
in French waters by Itajy. France
preparing for war.
Emperor Wjffhelm of Germany
53 today. Town of Solingen,So
cialist refused to celebrate birth
day in usual fashion.
Belgrade Tribune today warns
King Peter that unless he kicks
traitors out of army, "the bloody
drama of 1903 will be repeated."
Ball given by Mrs." Templeton
Crocker, San Francisco, huge
success. Women wore panta
loons, except six Salomes. They
didn't wear much of anything.
Most of men wore "bejewelled
Special committee of congress
to investigate Money Trust al
most certain after Samuel Unter
meyer's testimony yesterday.
Untermeyer former Wall street
lawyer. Says he knows there is
danger to:ountry in money trus,t.
Charles W. Morse, commuted
convict, removed from Fort Mc
Pherson hospital to splendid suite
of rooms Piedmont hotel, Atlanta,
Ga., today. Intends to take Eu
"I was authorized by Governor
Wilson to collect funds for his
presidential campaign." Marse
"So far as I am concerned, the
statement that Col. Watterson
was requested to assist in raising
funds in my behalf is absolutely
without foundation." Governor
"I want a court of honor ap
pointed to determine differences
between Governor Wilsonand
myself." Marse Henry.
Why not a rival institution to
the Roosevelt Ananias club, that
seems to be what really is needed.
Robbers held up Royal Bank,
Vancouver, B. C. Forced clerks
to open safe doors. Got away
with $10,000. B. C happy hunt
ing ground for bank robbers.
Partially devoured bodies of
unidentified man and two dogs
found on banks of Birch river,
Mich., by hunters. Bodies of four
wolves, slain by man, near.
F. N. Stites, aviator, 300 feet
in air at Los Angeles. Engine ex
ploded,. Stftes unconscious.
Aeroplane dropped like plummet.
Stites came to. Secured control.
Not seriously injured.
Harry Lewis, American pugi
list, in serious condition at Lon
don from injuries received in auto
Against law of the state of N.
Y. to permit cat to kill rat. Hen
ry Franklin,vwhose cat did, fined
$5. S. P. C. A. prosecuted.
Not wishing to throw bricks,
old chappje, it might be mention
ed that there are more ways than
one of showing, mania. S. P. C.
A. of N. Y. kindly has exhibited
Besides, how could Henry pre
vent his cat killing the rat? By
killing the cat?
Rev. Geo. McAdam, pastor
Methodist Episcopal church, El
gin, running: two column disolav
ad about his sermon tomorrow.
John ,Schultz, 73, wife, Kath
enne, 67, and their adopted son,
Wm. Bartel, 18, suffocated to