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djased cafe here and will prob
ably make this city his home. -New
Orleans. David Brown,
. negro heayywjeight pugilist,dymg
oFolow, administered by Jpe Thol
ro$r in first round 'of fig,ht las't
f night". Skull fractured. ,
Shreyeport,La. Clarence Wil
liapis, 19, shot and killed C.,S.
Smith because latter had slapped
his sister, 14, as she'was waitjng
table at Williams home..
Boston, Mass. Harry Mar
i shall died in. electric chair,
Charleston prison, early today,
for murder of Frank Gusumano,
Sept., 1910. 1 shock.
Cobalt, Ont. Fire caused by
explosion of oil-stove .uring per
formance in theater, destroyed
business section of city. Large
audience left theater in good or
der. $400,000 loss.
Milwaukee. .Keeper .Bean,
"Washington park zoo, wants dog
to mother 2 baby tigers, just ar
rived. Their own "maw" won't
have anything to do with them.
.Racine, Wis. Joseph .Kuch
era and Agnes Petriz to be mar
ried on top of chimney 200 feet,
as advertising stunt for local
Edinburg, I1L Levi Harrod,
50 attempted to save life of dog
that ran in front of auto, lost con
trol and went oyer embankment.
Dead. , '
f London. Annette Kelle'rman
thinks that "Uncle Richey" Cro
ker is the "dearest old pussy-willow"'
she ever met, but -won't say
whether he's going to adopt -her.
San Antonio, First Texas
watermelons have' been shippadj
b;5t.' Louis. Average about Zr
lbs., and. will only cost $2 to $2.50
Eaton, Colo. When Mrs.
Bradshaw,- after runaway acci
dent 'began speech befdre wom
an's club, she discovered that her
jay- was broken and right arm
Greeley, Colo. Sparks from
anvil set-fire to Robert Seymour's
celluloid collar. Robert's hair is
all burned off.
Ault, Colo. John Arms, 92
years old, is going to Chile as
Springfield, 111. State Supt.
Blair in current issue of Educa
tional Bulletin, condemns these
"high-falutin" public school com
mencement orations. ,
Grand Junction, Col. When
Henry Fpster returned home
from restaurant-he found daugh
ter had mamed-secretly and wife
had given birth to 14-lb. boy-Went-
back to restaurant and put
out sign "Closed today Too
St. Louis. J. Goode Cabanne,
society leader, wants peace bond
to prevent Mrs. Ferdinand H.
Menger, also society leader, from
instructing her children to swat
his boy, 6 years old.
London. Harold A. Sander
son, djrector of White .Star Line,
admitted that crew of Titanic
were not as familiar with life-saving
apparatus as they should have
Des Moines, la. Lafe Young,
defeated by Sen. Kenyon, has
writ'lep article in his newspaper
Saying that he is for Cummins xf or