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may declare martial law if police
and sheriff fail to keep order in
Lake Charles, La. Offices of
,Wells-Fargo Express Co. blown
early today and package of cur
rency containing $25,000 said to
be missing. Thornton Chevis,
agent here, arrested. Declares his
Racine, Wis. Wm Redlien,
24, son of prominent farmer at
Rochester, Wis., in jail for safe
keeping. Became violently in
sane yesterday. Chased parents
out of home with axe. Took to
the woods. Posse captured him.
St. Paul. Joel Unmacker, Chi
cago, arrested at his own request
last night, after he threatened to
commit suicide several times, told
Municipal Judge he had killed
wife and two children in Chicago.
Case -was continued to Nov. 20
for examination as to his sanity.
Winnipeg, Man. Four years
in pen for Robert G. Larimer,
manager Detroit Electric. Co.,
who victimized score of people of
Springfield, 111. Gov. De
neen called spedal primary and
election in sixteenth district to
choose successor to late Judge
Willis. Primary to be held Jan.
8, and election Feb. 8.
Marion, Ind. The Women's
Civic Federation made public a
report condemning contagious
disease hospital of Marion, saying
it was "more like a barn than hos
pital, and unfit for human be
ings." Evansville, Ind. Runaway
flat car loaded with telephone
poles broke loose from train,
jumped track and totally demol
ished home of John Shelton, farm-j
er. Shetlon's wife and children )
Winnipeg, Man. Wm. Ogil-I
vie, 66, former governor of Yu-?
kon, died from septic poisoning, f
Washington. Supreme court?
paid its annual visit to President!
Los Angeles. Friends of ?
Clarence Darrow predict that he
will never be tried again for jury
bribing. His second trial bas just 3
been postponed indefinitely.
Washington. Larz Andersen,3
U. S. minister to Belgium, may
succeed Charles Page Bryan asl
ambassador to Japan.
New York.- Two New York
robbers, now serving time in Sing J
Sing, declare that two policemen
aided them in their burglaries
and then got half the spoils. r
New York. Suffragettes gath-;
ered in Carnegie Hall to celebrate
granting of equal suffrage in
Kansas, Oregon, Arizona and
Michigan at recent election.
New Orleans. Francis Fitz
Gerald, who recently threw brick
into British embassy at Wash
New Brunswick, N. J. Ethel t
Brewer will marry Gilbert Bu
chanon, arrested for embezzle-
ment, in his cell. r
Cincinnati, O. Mrs. John F. -Bossier,
Decatur, 111., amazed at t
women's daring fashions, wants
federal bureau" to regulate female t
Lead Hill, Ark. When Mince-