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erable time here today, but did
St Louis. A. D. Nbrtoni, .Pro
gressive candidate for governor,
spent total of $327.17 campaign
expenses, including' tpsto por
St. Louis. Social register here
fpr 1913 contains name of 'Jamas'
Eads "Howe, milhone hobo. He
will have to answer for this to his
brother hoboes, of whom he is
t Lake Charles, La, Police of
New Orleans searching for 12-year-old
girl suspected of robbing
Wells Fargo Express office of
package containing $21,500.
Thornton Chevis, local agent, is
held. Protests his innocence.
Little Rock, Ark. Philip Wil
liam Dupree, 8 months, swal
lowed carbolic fccid. Dead.
Salt Lake City. M. B. Nerely,
formerly of Chicago Railway Co.,
has purchased control of Salt
Lake & Ogden Electric Line.
Indianapolis. Fire of un
known cause destroyed plant of
'the Van Camp Packing Co. Loss
Washington. Both Speaker
Clark and W. J. Bryan today ex
pressed themselves as cordially
approving Gov. Wilson's an
nouncement that he will call an
extra session of Congress in
Washington. U. S. Sen. Ray
nor, Maryland, seriously ill at his
residence with neiritis, is slightly
Boise, Idaho. Gov. Hawley
will resign, and his successor,
him U. S. senator to succeed late
Falls Village, Conn. Bald
head Club of America will have
permanent organization with
New York. P r es id ent-elect
Wilson announced he would call
extra session-of Congress to con
vene not later than April 15.
New York. Benjamin Levy,
stool pigeon, swore to aldermanic
committee that Deputy Police
Commissioner Dougherty paid
him $125 to incite three men to
Paris. Augustin Max, blind
banker, confessed that he has
misappropriated $2,000,000 of
Frisco, Utah. 2 girls and 5
men rescued from Horn Silver
mine after being entombed 14
hours 300 feet below surface.
Montgomery, Ala. Lieut-Col.
Joseph Gibson, who was in com
mand of troops that hanged John
Brown for treason at Harper's
Ferry, is dead.
London. May De Sousa, Chi
cago actress, has filed suit for di
vorce against E. A. Haines, Roch
ester, N. Y. Says he refuses to
Litchfield, Conn. Gustav H.
Schwab, former head of Oelrichs
& Co., N. Y., hanged himself in
sanitarium. Mentally deranged.
Washington. Wm. Jennings
Bryan, in speech to Georgetown
University students,' expressed
hope that day would soon come
when lawyers who aided guilty to
escape could be punished.
Washington. According to
(Lieut. Gov. Sweetser, will appoint J