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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
L,oudon. Sir Walter A. How
ell, maritime expert, Board of
.Trade, told investigation, commit
tee that number of lifeboats car
ried on Txans-Atlantic liners was
based on tonnage and not on
number of persons' aboard.
New York. Sailors from Ger
man fleet "saved the lives of Mrs.
Frances Wagner .and baby when
they saw them cu off from escape
Cordova, Alaska. Rain meet
ing volcanic ash. in air is forming
sulphuric acid and inflicting se
vere burns on residents insanity
of Mt. Katmai. ;
New York. Name of John
Jacbo Astor has been placed in
h'onor legion, N,. Y. police dept.
First civilian admitted to legion.
Reading, Pa. Bishop H. M.
Lenel, follower of Christ, doesn't
want half-cent pieces coined be
cause some rich people would put
them on collection plate.
New York. Chairman Nor
man E. Mack and Sec'y Urey
Woodson of Democratic National
Committee left for Baltimore.
Southampton. Sailing of Ma
jestic to New York postponed on
account of dock workers' strike.
Havre. 1,800 employes of
French line on strike. All sail
ing temporarily abandoned. .
Villisca, TEa. Police 'have re
ceived new clue to murderers of
Moore family and 2 girl guests
and are searching" country north
Erie, Pa. Samuel A. Moomy
fe 11 asleep in chair smoking cig
arette. Burned to death.
Madison, Ind. Dr. Harvey W.
Wiley here ta deliver commence
ment address at Hanover College.
Predicts that there will be "Hell
at Chicago convention.
There is, Doc
. Paris. Mrs." Laura M. Stude
baker, former wife of famous
South Bend, Ind., carriage maker,
robbed of $12,000 worth of jew
elry as she disembarked from
Collinsville, Cal. Anton Jen
sen -shot and killed by Jan John
son, following quarrel among
Miincie, Ind. Frank Porter,
druggist, attempted to stop runa
way horse. Killed.
New York. 150 women left on
special train for 11th biennial con
vention of U. S. clubwomen to be
held in San Francisco, June 25.
Baltimore. Democrats to cre
ate a new office of national chairman-of
Jegersonville, Ind. Arthur T.
Voliva, brother of Wilbur Glenn
Voliva, arrested in Zion City for
violating parole from reformatory
here, paroled again.
Detroit, Mich. Members of
Methodist church of Canada have
been' forbidden to grow tobacco.
Affects many rich members.
Washington. Henry Lane
Wilson, ambassador to Mexico,
visited Taft to plead for job. His
dismissal has been considered.
Toronto, Ont. Julia Marlowe
stricken pn stage during perform
ance, forced td retire. Several
months' rest ordered.
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