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DOINGS OF THE
Wilmineton, Del. Former U
S. Sen. Anthony Higgins, lawyer,
died at home of brother in New
El Paso, Tex. 300 refugees
from Chihuahua, rebel army band
of 30 pieces and number of cav
alry horses have arrived here.
Boston. Boston Herald an
nounced purchase of Boston
Traveler today. Will be publish
ed together as combined paper
from Herald plant.
White Plains, N. Y. Wm, T.
Jerome again put Hairy K. Thaw
through severe grilling. Clarence
Shearn, Thaw's counsel, and Je
rome clashed several times.
Washington. Gen. Wood or
dered 3rd regiment of cavalry to
proceed from San Antonio to El
Paso to prevent firing across bor
der during coming battle of Mex
ican federals and rebels at Juarez.
New York. Lee Moy, 45,
hanged himself. Was leaddr of
Hip SfngTong. 4th tragedy dur
ing past month in Chinatown
San Francisco. Mrs. Philip
Carpenter, New York, and Mrs".
Percy V. Pennypacker, Texas,
having scrap for presidency Gen
eral Federation of Womeri's
Tarrytown, N. Y. Alleged hu
morist tried to feed elephant red
pepper to amuse friends. Jumbo
tossed bright party 50 feet. Hos
pital. , Leavenworth, Kas. Oscar F.
Cochran, Indianapolis, paroled
after serving 3 of 5-year sentence
WORLD BOILED DOWN
for embezzling funds of Indiana
Washington. Frank Kinna
man, arretsed for damage 'to pri
vate property, left country rather
than pay $5 fine imposed.
New York. Col. W. C. Gar
gas, chief of U. S. army medical
corps in canal zone, has, been pre
sented with American Medicine
gold medal for ridding Isthmus of
Panama of disease.
Atlantic City. Mayor has is
sued order against immodest
bathing suit worn by both men
Ottawa, Ont. Premier Bor
den and 3 members of cabinet left
for England to consult with gov
ernment as to Canada's naval pol
icy. Morristown, N. J. Adolph Ha
gan, testifying in suit for ali
mony, brought by wife, admitted
that he spent $725 on beer in per-.
iod of 227 days.
Somebody, with craze for fig-,
ures, estimates that he must have
taken 63 glasses of "beer a day.
Freehold, N. J. Morris Gor
such, newsboby, who was struck
by aeroplane in 1910, has filed
$15,000 damage suit against As
bury Park Aero Clubv Walter
Brookins, aviator, and Wright
Paris. Phonographic records
of voices of Caruso, Melbba, Ta
magno and others, buried in seal
ed tomb Under Paris Opera house.
Will bbe taken out 100 years from
Indianapolis. Louis Guyen,
Chicago, elected president df