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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Mourners at funeral of Joe Ga
gliano, Bessemer, Ala , left funer
al procession when they saw Ga
gliano's slayer, a negro, being
taken to jail, and lynched him.
Gaby Deslys has been telling
her .friends in Paris that while in
Newt York, she received "$4,000
and six proposals a week.'.
-Potted palms, f wicker rockers,
Persian rugs and a. lobby fash
ioned after those of big hotels, to
be, features of Charlie Ebbett's
new baseball park in Brooklyn.
-'Taxes of $1.59 on Spartans
burg Presbyterian Church, Pa.,
unpaid. Crawford County sher
iff will sell to highest bidder.
Fannie Ramsey, nurse of Gen
eral Stonewall Jackson when he
was baby, died at Jackson home,
.Weston, W. Va., at the age of
' Five revolutionary generals
lynched at Guayaquil, Ecuador,
Alexander C. Bisson, author of
"Madame X," died at Paris yes
terday. Francis M. Peabody, prof, of
Christian morals at Harvard, says
divorce is breaking up more
American families' than death.
British launch seized by Ital
ian fleet off Hodeida. Explana
tion demanded by British govern
ment. Score of men and women injur
ed, two so seriously they may die,
in street car collision, St. Paul.
Twelve passengers on ferry
swept downstream from Cairo,
111., by ice floe yesterday, safely
landed at Wickliffe,Ky., today.
Windsor Locks Savings Bank,
Windsor Locks, Conn., closed to
day. Alfred W. Converse, treas
urer, died few days ago. Short
age about $175,000.
Louis E. Janda, engineering
student, university of Minrt.,
hanged himself in his room last
Albert W. Wolter, 19, slayer of
Ruth Wheeler, paid penalty of his
crime in electric chair at Sing
Sing prison today. Protested in
nocence to last.
County officials, Devil's Lake,
N. D., investigating report that
bakers have been violating prohi
bition law by selling mince pies
loaded with old Bourbon. Sever
al residents of Devil's Lake have
been on pie jags lately.
"Only the diversion of a greatf
war can arouse the best powers
of the nation and subjugate the
inferior qualities which find ex
pression in the recent Socialist'
election victories." Die Poste,
War is so diverting.
"Over 113,000 infants (under
1 year) are destroyed annually in
the U. S. by preventable causes
chiefly improper and infected
food." From pamphlet issued by,
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Yet United States Senators are
fighting the establishment of a
federal children's welfare bureau.
). T. Frenfrock, Silverton, O.,
travelled 3,000 miles to Findlay,
O., to scatter ashes of 'dead wife
over Blanchard River in accord
ance with her dying request.
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