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'juries received in another auto ac
cident last night.
Newark, O. Three prisoners
in county jail here placed dum
mies in their cells and hid in-cor-ndor
over night and early today.
Knocked turnkey unconscious
and escaped. Still at large.
Lima, O. Mrs. J. Kent Ham
ilton, of Toledo, is new regent of
Ohio Daughters of American
Revolution. Canton selected for
New York. Dispatch from
Mexico City to New York News
Bureau says that Majors Cuesta
and Zarate of the staff of Gen.
Diaz were shot to death.
Kansas City. An "innocent
bystander" was knocked down
three times by a woman on the
street here. Every time she
knocked him down, she said: "In
sult me, will you?" The man
says he hadn't said a word.
New York. "Big Bill" Ed
wards, street cleaning commis
sioner, will ride elephant in Dem
ocratic parade here Nov. 2. No
horse would be big enough to car
ray the heavyweight, and he says
he couldn't ride two.
Winsted, Conn. Sam Pond's
cows refused to give milk for but
ter. They broke into orchard ate
fermented apples about a cider
mill and got drunk. He says the
milk punches they gave didn't
Philadelphia. Between babies
and votes, Mrs. Woodrow Wil
son declares babies are first.
Springfield, 111. "Tom" Mon
key, mascot of engine house,
raided fruit stands and bit four
children. An auto salesman
cracked "Tom's" head with a
monkey wrench for the monkey
St. Louis. Bill-to be introduc
ed in city house of delegates pro
viding for a board of censorship
to pass on moving picture films,
and vaudeville acts before they be
presented to the public.
Denver, Colo. When Women's
club here proposed to give dances
for working girls to check dance
evil, it certainly started some
thing. "I tHink the working girls
compare favorably with members
of women's club, 'intellectually,
and morally. Why doesn't the
club educate society girls, who
need educating a good deal more
than working girls? It takes
brains to hold a position. Why
doesn't the club work more for
limiting of working hours of wo
men?" said Miss Nellie Vennon,
one of the working girls.
Omaha, NebVJohn S. Owens,
former chief of W. U. T. Co.
here, killed by street car.
Durango, Colo. Thos K. Ir
win, arrested in Omaha yester
day, is wanted here on charge of
embezzling $12,000 to $15,000 of
the Plata County bank funds
while he was its president.
New York. Investigation of
International Harvester Co.,
which has been on here for the
last three days, adj'ourned "today
until Oct. 30, when it will be tak
en up in Chicago.
Princeton, N. J. Gov. Wilson
has decided to take the .stump
again on Monday. He will speak
at Philadelphia. For the balance