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transmitter by jailers led to con
viction of one for murder.
Geo. Parazzo, undertaker, N.
Y., offers reward of $500 for
conviction of man who calls him
up nightly and sends him to fic
titious address to get corpse.
Mrs. B. A. Austin, 92, S. Nor
walk, Conn., rode in auto for first
Michael Fallon, 85, Waukesha,
Wis., who, when Bryan first was
defeated for presidency, vowed
never to cut his hair until Demo
crat was in White House, died
today. His hair was very-long.
5 men-killed and 25 injured in
street car wreck at Beuna Vista.
Chas. Lawrence, 77, and Mrs.
Sarah Cronheit, 75, married at
Reedsburg, Wis , today.
Wm. J. Burns told John D.
Rockefeller, Jr.'s, bible class that
he "could hire lawyers to commit
any crime, including murder."
Nobody cares what Mr. Burns
"can" do. The important thing
is has he?
John Nagy, Cleveland, playful
ly pointed "unloaded" revolver at
his 3-year-old son, saying: "Get
out of here, or I'll shoot you." He
did through the head.
'Former Vice President Fair
banks refused to "talk politics"
at Cleveland church meeting, but
mentioned that Myron T. Her
rick would make fine French Am
bassador. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colburn,
Miner's Mills, Pa., received visit
from stork, thus making Mrs. J.
H. Mohr, 33, grandmother, and
Mrs. E. Hiller, 57, great-grandmother.
Will of late Edwin Hawley, the
'railroad king," can't be found.
He left from $40,000,000 to $80,f
Attempt to place House of
Representatives on record against
Roosevelt by anti-thrrd term vo'te
failed, 89 to 59.
Twenty-three injured in dou
ble collision between 2 trolley
cars and coal wagon, Boston.
Turkey rejected peace terms
suggested by Russia to bring
Turco-Italian war to end. Thinks
Italy is more anxious for peace
than she is.
Garment workers of N. Y. vot
ed not to strike today. Treasury
empty. A. F. of L. had recom
mended another attempt to se
cure higher wages and betted
working conditions. '
Above Zero : Fair
tonight and Wed
nesday, for Chicago
and vicinity; no im
portant change in
tonight about 12
degrees above zero;
moderate westerly winds.
A Big Difference. s
Teacher Now, boys, here's a
little example in mental arithme
tic. How old would a person be
who was born in 1887?
Pupil Please, teacher, was it a?
man or a woman ? Tid-Bits.
Flirtation is one of the lost
arts, declares a woman writers
tHow about the politicians .