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federals. Force's equal. OroECO
in command of rebels.
Last night's storm at Racine
put telephone and telegraph wires
out of commission. Damage in
Half foot of snow fallen in Mil
waukee, and traffic is hampered.
Storm area extends over southern
Decomposed body of mail
identified as August Schmidt, 60,
St. Louis, found floating in De
troit river near Detroit. Marks
on body indicated foul play.
Fire has broken out in a mine
near Congo, Ohio, where 400
men are employed. 100 men work
ing to control blaze and save min
ers. During disturbance at mill
gates at Lowell, Mass., three per
sons hurt. Five arrests made.
Steamer Easton, first vessel to
break ice blockade of Duluth har
bor, reached Grand Marais, safe
ly, and is on return trip.
Ex-Congressman George F.
Huff, prominent Pennsylvania
capitalist, died at Washington
Two trunks containing $25,000
worth of jewelry belonging to S.
I. H. Gilsey of Cincinnati, were
stolen froifr a dray in Atlanta, Ga.
Harry Heffner, alleged slayer
of Mrs. William Merrill of Jop
pa, Mont., taken from county jail
and hanged by mob. Sheriff and
While working in shaft of new
Aqueduct water system in New
York, Michael King was killed
and Michael Wallack seriously
injured when rock fell on them. .
Jerry Green, Philadelphia, xon
victed of murder in second degree
for killing Catherine Clohesy July
30, 1910. Motion for new traL
Green was tried twice before and
convicted of murder in first dc-
Burglars in New York state
stole trousers of Policeman
George Farrington and $300.
George'might do for Chicago
Miss Jennie Black, Cincinnati,
member of W. C. T. U., wants
curfew law compelling men to
stay off streets after 9 a. m.
Fine, but how many men would
sleep in saloons all night if they
had to stay off street. Quite
Members of Licensed Tug
mens' association and Great
Lakes Towing Co., in conference
at Cleveland, unable to reach
wage scale i agreement. Strike
may be calle dif settlement is not
Miss Julia Carter, prominent
Philadelphia society woman, as
phyxiated. Coroner's verdict
According to ordinance passed
in New Orleans, any woman who
wears hatpin protruding more
than inch from crown of her hat
will be arrested.
Lest you forget: Detectives
are still enjoying vacation in the
mountains of Virginia, hunting
for Sidna Allen and Wesley Ed
wards, Hillsville outlaws.
Drawing up of constitution
and by-laws for federation of all
railway crafts on lines west of