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'Arthur, Tex.,, sank off Padre
Island Oct 16. 6 drowned, 7 adrift
in small boats.
Washington. Transport Prai
rie, with 750 marines, for whose
safety fear was felt, arrived safe
at San Domingo City.
Bridgeport, Conn. 5 men
drove auto up to home of Rose
White, 22; called her to door and
shot her to death. 3 suspects ar
rested. One of them had card
bearing name of "Andrew Lutz,
Portland, Ore. W. C. T. U.
passed resolution saying that
only prohibition can eliminate
"liquor traffic and its coordinate
evil, white slavery."
Washington. Mass meeting of
negroes in Metropolitan Baptist
church denounced Jack Johnson
as disgrace to race.
Elkhart, Ind. Clyde Rhodes,
19, Covert, Mich., tried to handle
live wire carrying 13,000 volts.
Cambridge, Mass. Out of 5,
500 students enrolled at Harvard
there are 50 Smiths.
Kansas City, Mo. William
Wolf, 89, one of founders of Kan
sas City, and his wife, 83, sent to
poorhouse. a ,
. Springfield, HI. F. Emory "Ly
on, Chicago, elected president of
Illinois Conference of Charities
- New Orleans, La. Howard
Edwards, charged with robbing
"L. & N. mail train at- Michaud,
Sept 4, declared sane by U. S.
St Louis, Mo. George A.
Woodruff, Jr., son of Mayor of
Peoria and Vera Atwood, daugh
ter of Assistant State's Attorney
Smith Atwood, eloped to St.
Louis and were married.
Warren, Pa. Mrs. Melinda
Kyle, 114, says she has had
enough coffee in last century to
float a good-sized yacht
Columbus, O. 10,000 award
ed to Martin Grajesak for loss of
right eye in accidental explosion
of dynamite at railroad excava
tion. Mexico City. Gen. Beltrari,
commander of federal troops at
Vera Cruz, sent message of truce
to Felix Diaz, leader of rebels,
and postponed battle of Vera
Panama. One year from to
day the first ship will pass
through Panama canal, and it will
be formally opened to traffic.
Little Falls, N.. Y. Robert A.
Bakeman, socialist, who was sen
tenced to pay $50 fine or spend 50
days in jail, began term at Herki
mer county jail. Counsel will ap
ply for habeas corpus.
Racine, Wis. Sen. Thomas P.
Gore, Oklahoma blind senator,
will address big Democratic rally
tonight for Wilson.
Mexico City. Reported here
that federal army moved into po
sition to attack Vera Cruz late
St Paul, Minn. Local pro
gressives hope to have Thomas
A. Edison, inventor, address big
rally at close of campaign, No
Pueblo, Col. Chas. Buck, rail
road man, killed and 2 compan
ions probably fatally injured