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place of thelate and unlamented
Judge Peter Grosscup.
Members of Swedish Free
Church, Rockf ord, III., have exon
erated Rev. Gust F. Johnson,
' 'their, pastor, of charges of mis
conduct with young woman from
Thomas I. Park, member of
Maryland legislature from Balti
more, indicted on charges of brib
ery at state-wide local option
ifight ofjast session of legislature.
Mr ana Mrs. gonn peters,
Waverly-Ill.,. proudly announce
they are the parents of- quadrup
lets, two boys and two girls. All
doing well- "" "
One hour after returning home
from hospital where lie had un
dergone treatment for heart dis
ease, Captain Will Hurkett, for
14 years Jteeper of the BreaTc
water Light, ,Petoskey, Mich.,
shot and killeddiimself. Wife re
cently was taken to asylum.
John Harder, 10, Waterman;
111., was killed b ytrain while on
way home from school.
Thomas Nelms, Burlington sta
tion agent at Bader, 111., for 30
years, committed suicide -jy
jumping into water tank-
Village of Croghan, Lewis
county, N. Y., wiped out by fire.
(Merrill and Mary Grounert, 11
and. 3, years old, burned to death.
Mgr. Joseph Mooney, -vicar
general of diocese of New Yprk,
seriously injured, when taxicab
in which he was returning Jcf his
home from visit to Cardinal Far-
Mrsr Cora Blanche Parkhurstj
Los Angeles, fasted 56 days to reduce-weight.
Now's she's an
Senate passed Hitchcock bill
requiring sea-going vessels which
cafrry more than 100 passengers
or crew to have wireless appara
tus with radius of at least 100
miles and an operator on duty
Worksbill authorizing Allan
C. Rush to build suspension
bridge connecting Oakland and
San Francisco passed "bV senate.
Indiana Railroad Commission
issued ordef suspending decrease
of 15 per cent in express rates in
that state until June 15."
T?o-i m?aVti io rs.:, Tin,.
arrested for burglary, admits
posing as "lady" at night, causing n
another man to fall madly in love
and lavish jmoney on fim. Search
of room revealed dresses, cofcsets
and various toilet articles. EarH
will not break any more hearts1'
Charles B. Egan, iron-workec, ,
ne wMerchant's Bank btrilcSng
Indianapolism, instantly , killed 1
when iron beam weighing 500 lbs
fell on him.
John C. Jergens, Cleveland,
Ohio's boy spender, indicted for
misappropriating funds of Nor
cross Co., when working as $60-a-month
clerk, pleaded guilty to
embezzling $1,J00 to avoid indict
ments fo rembezzKng $49,000.
Edw. M. O'Malley, Philadel
phia, prospective bridegroom,
took drink With stranger. When
ley, collided with touring car on I Ed came to he missed weddrng"
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