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and cut him off wth $45 monthly.
They have been married 45
years. He was once millionaire.
Washington. . Secretary of
War Stimson left Washington
for ' tour of western military
troops have recaptured Dabadon,
border town in San Domingo.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Michael Arm
brusted ggt real peeved because
Albert Silven started the bear
dance at a picnic. Silven killed
Armbruster. Several hure in riot"
Tekoa, Wash. Deputy Sheriff
Wm. Estep, Colfax, and Town
Marshal Grant Dickenson of Te
koa were both shot and killed at
"Curley" Gardner's bar here by
Palouse Gardner, brother of
"Curley" killed Pat Collins in
the morning. When the officers
came to arrest him his" brother
shot them and then shot the top
of his own head 'off with his .rifle.
El Paso, Tex. 900 federal sol
diers on two armored troop trains
are at Pearson, Mex., and mov
ing to the southwest of Chihua
hua in an attempt to Hem in and
capture Gen. Pascual Orozco.
The 26 rebels captured at the
battle of El.Ruccio Friday will be
executed as bandits. Among the
prisoners is a Mexican woman
who was fighting with the rebels.
Mayor Cardenas today ordered
-all Americans gamblers from
Tuarez. 40 crossed to El Pasn.
Philadelphia. Edwin Irwin, j
9, laughed at -joke friend was I
telling him. Swallowed his false?
teeth. Hospital. Near death.
Milwaukee, Wis. The van
guard of delegates to the 35th
annual convention of American
Bar Ass'n arrived Here today for
the opening session tomorrow.
St ,Louis. 7 persons killed,,
several injured T)y lightning and
great property damage resulted
from severe storm.
Steamer Belle of the Bends was:
caught in the storm, and though
due at 10 t'c!ock last night did,
not arrive in St. Louis until 3 a,'
New York. Fortanga Abra
vana, 14, fell four stories to side
walk while waving American flag
at friends. Unhurt.
New York. Fredrick Roland
insisted on breaking china. Mrs.
Roland couldn't find cop, so she
tied him up and locked him in
dumb waiter. His cries brought
New York. William Reed,
after monthsof idleness, learned
he had a position and would be
given funds to outfit himself for
it. Bill thought it too much of a
good thing and killed himself.
Yonkers, N. Y. 10-year-old
Helen Nimeth, when arraigned
for shoplifting, said: "Mother
told me to arid I didn't know it
was wrong." Mother arrested.
Washington. Win. Carpenter
told police judge today that
while umpire of a baseball game
he sustained broken nose and
lost six teeth.
Carpenter was "balled out" of
Springfield IU. After- an