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BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
feet of lumber-in the Sierra na
tional forest sold to the California
Lincoln, Neb. 5,000 'horses
have died in Nebraska from men
ingitis. The malady prevails now
in about every county in state.
Omaha, Neb. That statement
that eggs will be sold for 5 cents
apiece this winter is being laugh
ed at here. Dealers say that 35
cents a dozen will be the highest
they will go. They are there now.
Washington. Slippery pave
ments caused collision between
big sightseeing auto and street
car. Four persons injured.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of
2643 Washington blvd., Chicago,
were among the injured.
Washington. Pres. Gompers,
Vice Pres. Mitchell and Sec'y
Morrison of A. F. of X. given un
til Nov. 1 to complete their appeal
against conviction for alleged
contempt of court.
Cxases will not be argued until
next February. Gompers was sen
tenced to one year in jail, Mitchell
.9 months, Morrison 6 months.
Middletown, O. Gordon Kyle,
freshman at Middletown high
school, is dying as result of haz
ing. Sandusky, O. Mrs. George
Halla, Cleveland, got injunction
restraining husband from tele
phoning her or trying to see her.
Canton, O. Y. M. C. A. open
ed night school where office boys
will, be taught to be polite, cour
teous and reliable.
London. 130 boys employed
in Bank of England's printing de
partment struck for more pay.
Police scattered boys.
Paris. Aviator Gujllaux as
cended from Calais at 5:45 a. m.
today, bound for Biarritz. Try
ing to cop off Pommery cup.
Nerchinsk, Asiatic Russia. 3
political prisoners committed sui
cide in jail because comrade had
Washington. Department of
Agriculture declared quarantine
against list of fruit and vegetables
from Hawaii) where insect pest
known as Mediterranean fly ex
ists. Douglas, Ariz. Gen. Alanis,
with 700 rebels, said to have join
ed forces with Salazar's 500 men
f and Rojas' 600. To make new at
tack upon Augua Pneta and Na
cozari. Biloxi, Miss. Hernando De
Soto Money, 74, former U. S. sen-"
ator, died today from uraemic
Grove Beach, Conn. Vice
President 'Sherman's physicians
have ordered him to make no
London. Mrs. Patrick Camp
bell, famous English actress, dy
ing of perotinitis.
Washington. Secretary Mac
Veagh appointed 9" surgeons to
investigate disease among In
Indianapolis, Ind. 2 boys kill
ed and 3 others badly crushed byi
pile of lumber in box car.
New York. Mrs. Evelyn.)
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