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ihat he set fire to neighbor's barn,
swallowed carbolic acid. Died.
Lansing, Mich. Anti-suffragettes
will contest victory of
equal suffrage in Michigan,
Mandan, N. L. Two children,
each 2 years old, of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Dowd, burned to death
when lamp exploded.
Austin, Tex. Gov. Colquitt
said that before he would permit
Lincoln's picture to be with
drawn from state school history
he would resign from office.
Washington. Mrs. Woodrow
Wilson elected honorary presi
dent of Women's Auxilliary of
Southern Commercial Congress.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt issued
statement that Bull Moose party
was here to stay.
New York. Nellie, black ter
rier, ran through diningroom of
Waldorf-Astoria with eel in her
mouth. Many of the patrons will
never touch another drop.
New York. Dr. Henry Sloane
Coffin, vice president of Church
Extension Committee of Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian Church, de
clared class snobbishness was
curse of church.
Singapore. Two passengers
killed and many injured when
herd of wild buffalo derailed train
at Kram, Siam.
Syracuse, N. Y. Yeggmen
cracked postoffice safe at Liver
pool, near here. Escaped with
Washington. Sec'y of War
Stimson will inspect Panama
Canal before making his annual
Newark, O. George Moore, 1
1 recently released from Ohio pris
on, where he served two terms-for
burglary, forged father's name
and obtained $450 from Franklin
Washington. Somebody has
discovered that at least one of
President-elect Wilson's three
daughters ought to become 13th
White House bride.
Evansvifle, Ind. Robert M.
Nichols, 70, negro, former slave
and first negro to make political
speech, is dead.
Wytheville, Va. Jury filled
for trial of Sidna Allen, alleged to
have murdered Judge Massie.
when Aliens shot up Hillsville .
Virden, Man. Mrs. Arthur
Clark, 30, killed 2 children, 5 and
1, by cutting their throats, and
then committed suicide.
Beresford, S. D. Postmaster
C. A. Ramsdell burned to death
when auto turned turtle and
pinned him underneath.
New York. Fashionable open
ing of the Metropolitan Opera
House made conspicuous by one
empty box formerly occupied
by John Jacob Astor, Titanic vic
tim. Cheyenne, Wyo. Private Zi
linsky and Martin of Battery B
were seriously injured here last
night when members of Batteries
B and D, 4th field artillery, had a
Minneapolis. Three hunters
dead and one injured in the woods
near here beginning the second
day of the hunting season.
St Paul. 16,000 hunting li
censes were printed and sent out