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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Widespread plot to overthrow
Chinese republic and put baby
emperor back on throne discov
ered by Yuan Shi Kai. Partici
4 pators in the plot soon will be
800 unskilled Portuguese, Po
lish and Greek operatives in Ap
pleton mill, and 250 weavers in
Merrimac mill, Lowell, Mass.,
went on strike today on refusal
of operators to grant 15 per cent
The senate is struggling with
the question : Should Uncle Ikey
Stephenson of Wisconsin be un
seated for spending $100,000 to
get his seat.
Mrs. R. C. Reynolds, Stephen
ville, Tex., shot and killed Mil
dred Logan, 19, daughter of
Methodist minister, because she
said Mildred had won her hus
band's affection s.
Mississippi river is 40 miles
wide at Cairo, 111. Lowlands
flooded. Levees being guarded
night and day.
Indiana seems bound and de
termined to "flirt' with both Taft
and Roosevelt. Perhaps she wants
tc test the diamond in both rings
before accepting either.
Albert Koehler, 19-year-old
degenerate, who confessed to
murdering his cousin, Miss Anna
Miller, in her home atMilwaiikee,
was formally arraigned on the
charge of murder today.
Mrs. Katherine M. Bryer,
widow.'of Chas. A. Bryer, Soston,
who was killed recently when
train struck his carriage,Jwill wed
Frank A. Bryer, of Sandwich, N.
J., her late husband's father.
To become one's own mother- ,
in-law is indeed a commendable ,
Unidentified young man sat.j
weeping for one hour in Nickel ,
Plate station, Cleveland. Then
walked infa yards and flung him-a
self under ' moving locomotive.
Arpad Semsey de Semesfalla,
nobleman and 'former lieutenant
in Austrian emperor's crack cav
alry regiment, who was exiled be
cause of his marriage to a peas-
ant girl, died alone and friendless J i
at Cleveland, just after receiving"1
word he would be permitted to go
home again in 8 years.
Bert Hicks,- Oshkosh, Wis.,
was killed by Chinese bandits
while exploring gorges of "the
Yang-tse-kiang river, yesterday.
Kettle holding 25 tons of mol
ten steel overturned in Gary, Ind.,
steel works today. One man
killed, several severely injured.
The Steel Trust is keeping secret
the names of the injured men.
Miss Sophie Hoffner, German
immigrant en route to Chicago,
whose husband was washed away,
at sea with all their savings,'
wanted to kiss shoes of railroad
conductor at Altoona, Pa., when
he gave her a meal.
John O'Brien walked into
Bellevue hospital, N. Y., crying
that he was dying. Surgeons re-"
moved his false teeth from his''
stomach, and now John will live.
"Owing to lack of space in
these columns this week, the
births and deaths are unavoidably, '