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BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
Milwaukee. Report current
today to the effect that Frank
Chance will manage N. Y. Amer
icans next season. Stated that
Frank Farrell is willing to pay
$25,000 for the P. L. Only draw
back was Chance's demand for
$20,000 bonus for himself. Might
be overcome and deal arranged.
Milwaukee. Wm. Locke, sec'y
of Pittsburgh baseball club, con
cluded negotiations today with
Roger Bresnahan, and it was
stated he would sign the deposed
Cardinal manager at an unprece
dented salary which, he declared,
Owner Dreyfuss was ready to
Los Angeles. Mrs. Elsie
Grewe, St. Louis, who fasted 37
days to cure stomach trouble, is
dead of starvation.
Washington. Under new
United States wifeless law wom
en are eligible to become opera
tors. Wabash, Ind. Harvey Whit
ney, Peru, fell from 50-foot em
bankment. Head split open.
Ottawa,Ont. Old-time steam
er Mayflower, which should have
reached Egansville, Ont., last
evening, has disappeared. Body
of captain found in water near
here. Crew of 12 missing.
Columbia, Mo. O. E. Field,
athletic instructor University of
Missouri, upset tradition by say
ing city-raised boy was -Stronger
than his country cousin.
Boston. Gladys St. Denis, 16,
Lowell, admitted giving poison to
uncle ,and aunt, Mr. and Mrs
Fred M. Jordan, with murderous
San Diego, Cal. Edwin Wil
liams, student aviator, fell 150
feet from biplane at North Island.
New York. Allison McFar
land, who recently was acquitted
of wife murder charge, sentenced
to six months in Atlanta prison
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Steamer J. L. Weeks, owned by
Gilchrist Transportation Co.,
aground at Rock Shoal in White
New York. Harry Brown was
able to leave hospital today after
having neck broken last month.
Ludington, Mich. J. W. Bar
ry, Cleveland, and Richardjber
hardt, 2228 S. Trumbull OJri
cago, drowned while ibanng
fish in Pere Marquette river.
Clifton, Ariz. Franklin B.
Dorr, newspaper man, and J. B.
Barrone, saloonkeeper, killed and
2 Mexicans wounded by William
Allender in fight about theater
that Dorr had recently purchased.
Galesburg, 111. Mrs. F. Gil
son, aged woman, killed while
picking up coal on railroad track.
New York. Dr. H. L. Pair
child, University of Rochester,
predicted that New York would
some day have climate resem
Green Bay Wis. Martin
Skienarz, farmer, Tisch's Mill,
died from injuries received by be
ing .gored by angry bull.
Des Moines, Gov, Carroll