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Paris. Duke Elie de Cazes,
who married Isabelle Blanche
Singer, American, deceased, died
Cleveland, O. Joseph Artino,
wealthy grocer, received letter
demanding $500 on threat that he
would be seized and "shipped in
a box by express."
Columbus, O. White man and
a negro attacked by angry crowd
when they refused to remove their
hats in honor of civil war veter
ans passing in review.
Paulding, O. John Stillman,
80, has just cut his third set of
"Ceeth. Had been without grind
ers for 30 years.
Washington. Cuba has been
officially declared to be without
New York. Tony -Martino, 4,
chased pigeon across tenement
roof. Fell four, stories to ground.
Short Beach, Conn. New po
etic dance has been invented by
Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Called -the
Ella Wheeler Wilcox glide.' She'
gave a party at her home to intro
duce the new dance.
Somerville, N. J. Eliza Hawk,
18, reached for a drink in rustic
well onJJ. B. Duke estate. Clung
for an hour to the chain before
workman rescued her. T
Philadelphia. Wra.vH. Scck
veil bitterby dog six months ago
Has lost 45 pounds. Fears he will
go mad arid kill his family if he
can't find dog and kill it.
. Washington. Fireman George
Comeler fined for calling jvoman
a "cat." Policejudge says that
calling a woman a "cat" is not
"profanity," but merely disorder
Washington. Leonard Vine
berg, 17, fell five stories down
elevator shaft. Coroner; called.
Found Vineberg with only slight
cut ovef his eye demanding to be
taken out of that dirty place.
Berlin. Veterans of American
war of 1866 and French war of
1870 came to Berlin today from
all over Germany for to-morrow's
review by Kaiser. More than
Constantinople. . Following
fighting on Greek frontier, war
ministry today began rushing re
inforcements to scene of trouble.
Marion, Ind. Mrs. Mary
Flinn, 70, killed and 13 persons
injured when Indiana Union
Traction interurban car over
turned as-' it struck an open
switch near Summitville today.
Philadelphia. James McMan
us, 24, killed his wife, Anna, 19,
and himself. He was a consump
tive and had not long to live.
Was afraid his wife would marry
" Dunkirk, N. Y. 1,000 people
gathered 'at' Lake Shore station
when President's train pulled in
today. ' '
Peru; Ind. Isaac Binkhard, 51,
suicided with 'target-guri. Poor
Baltimore, Md. Firein Wm.
H. Evans Marble Co. plant. $70,
Flint, Mich. Chester BettSj