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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Washington. President Taft
has reappointed N. E. Clark a
member of the Interstate Com
. merce Commission.
New York. Lots of turkeys in
New York. Prices dropped rap
Indianapolis. Funeral of John
;T. Brush, deceased president of
New York National League
baseball club, will take place here
tomorrow with Masonic cere
. monies. '
Washington. President Taft
attended funeral of the late Sen
ator Rayner of Maryland. Fel
low senators bore body to grave.
Washington. Democ ratic
Congressman Martin of Colorado
wants investigation into the Gug
genheim Smelter Trust. Maybe
he'll get it
Fargo, N. D. Bandits respon
sible for the daylight robbery of
First National Bank of Noonan,
New York. Local ship-building
concern plans to take fifty
red-haired damsels from New
York public schools to launching
of giant steamship Washington
Irving, now being built at Cam
den. Rovey, Minn. Frederick Benz,
successful deer hunter, treated
whole town to dinner. His wife
and girls cooked and served.
Minneapolis. Ellen Kane, 14,
rnissing for week, dropped dead
in rooming house when confront
ed by detective.
Washington. Santo Domingo
Congress to elect president today.
Believed this will end troubles for
Milwaukee, Local Bull Moos
ers are talking of erecting bronze
tablet on spot where John
Schrank shot Roosevelt.
Minneapolis. 1913 Interna
tional Bowling Tournament to be
staged here, opening March 15.
Cleveland. Phil Brock, local
lightweight, given newspaper de
cision over Knockout Brown in
New York. Gen. George V.
Wingate, president of Public.
Schools Athletic League, says
there are 500,000 boys engaged in
interclass athletics throughout
Los Angeles. Al Palzer will
meet winner of Jim Flynn-Luther
McCarthey fight set for Dec. 10.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Qity coun
cil has decided to lift boxing lid,
which has been tight for 3 years. .
New York. Reported that Jim
Thorpe, famous Carlisle athlete,
will retirebecause he dislikes pub
licity. Pittsburgh. Work in Edgar
Thompson plant at Braddock" and
Homestead plant of Carnegie
Steel Company still tied up by
Omaha. Mrs. Rashgorshek's
house was 2 feet above grade be
fore 35th st. was graded. Now it
is 14 feet below. City asks $100
benefits. The 'lady wants $1,000
Detroit. Otto Swanson, start
ed $21,000 suit against brewing
company because wife's right eye