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was destroyed by explosion of
Indianapolis. Jerome Win-
Jgate, 21, who eloped to Michigan
f with Jenny Hill, 22, and failed to
'marry her, indicted under Mann
Mempi JRees Lee, steanv
boat ownegave Robt. D. Paine,
newspaper editor, sound beating
with cane .because he supported
Bartlesville, Okla. Wm. Cas
tlebury, 90, blind, is a father. His
wife is 36.
Baltimore. Ruth E. Sykes, 18,
' just married, says couple can live
well on $12 a week.
South Norwalk, Conn, Mary
''Fitzgerald, 7, after safely cross
ing railroad track, turned back.
' Struck and probably fatally in
jured. Cumro, Tex. Twenty thou
sand turkeys in pre-execution
march headed oy Gov. O. B. Col
quitt. New York. Four men locked
-v in juryroom. Attracted attention
of women, who thought they
were flirting. Saved by newsboy.
Atlantic City. "Never handle
firearms, my son !" As Mrs. Mar
garet Conners snatched the revol
ver it went off and killed the 19-year-old
New York. Morris Schiller,
11, youngest detective in world.
Salary,25 cents a day.
London. Itegina D. Blair
elected lb parliament from Bow
and Bromley districts, defeating
George Lanbury, suffragette candidate.
Portland, Ore. Edward Wil-j
son JeSrnjng t6 oe fireman Climb
ed porch. Met militant suffra
gette af second floor. Bootjack.
Los Angeles. F. A. "Mackie,
61, recently ma'rried, wants di
vorce. Called on wife Q7 times
in five weeks while courting.
San Francisco. August Nel
son, lighthouse keeper, got stbm
ach ache. Thought he was going
to Kingdom Come. Shot distress
rockets. Several tugs responded.
San Francisco. Frank Lucas
met real burglars. He only had
$30, so they took all. his clothes.
Went home with a blush.
New York. WilKam D. Hay
wood, head of Industrial Workers
of the World, declared that ac
quitting of .Salem labor leaders'
would have far-reaching effect ore
Denver. Corsets and tight lac
ing are a crime against unborn
generations, said Mrs; Fred Hall,
one of leaders at Mother's Conn
gress. " '
Lincoln, .Neb. Mrs. Alice Lil
lie, Socialist candidate for state
superintendentpolled huge jma-
Indianapolis. B. P. Meadows
M. H. Davis and W; K. Benson,
three defendants in dynamite con
spiracy trial, may have their in
dictments quashed today by,
Judge Anderson. No incriminat
ing evidence introduced.
Charlestown, W. Va, .Gover
nor Glasscock will meet delega
tion of miners from mountains
and try to get their pledge to stop
violent quarreling that has been,