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THE WORLD'S NEWS JNBRfEF
Battle Creek Mich. Mrs.
Pitsford, arrested charged with
murder df August- Sandusky.
Dallas, Tex. Large loss ih
building of Huey and Philip
Hardware Co., here which is al
most destroyed by fire.
Springfield, 111, Trouble
which has )een existing between
car repairers and the C. & A. Ry.
here has been settled. The rail
way reinstated discharged men.
'Newt York. Miss Ellen Bart,
stenographer, found $200 in street
here. C-ave it up to police.
Spokane, Wash. Miss Jennie
Ross, who with Mrs R, Scott and
Mrs. W. B. RoSt, partbok pf bot
tle of;liqtftrr which messenger
boughrJt-'salobli for them, died
today: The other two women
died earlier in the week. Con
tents of her- stomach are being an-,
3,TCumberIand, Md. Several re
ported killed wheji doubleheadet
on-fB. & Q. Ry. got beyond con
trbl and ran away here today.
" Wyanet, 111. David Dutro, 86,
Zariesville, O. Frank Price, 9,
jumped in river through hole in
ice and dragged out Hazel Hamp
r Columbus. When asked at di
vorce hearing whether his father
fwore at? his mother, A. R.
ScWartz, 9, slipped ug behind
the judge and on tip toes whisper
ed his father's "cuss' words in the
Los Angeles. Ad Wolgast to
day admitted that he, lost $7,800
on Tuesday night's fight.between
Lincoln, Neb. W. Jf Bryan
M&os black type today in issue of
his Commoner to outjinl his po
sition on four subjects iiow en
gaging attention of congress.
Omafia, Neb.Mr?T Beatrice
Woo'ds told" everyone that Miss
Minnie Telles wor&-a wjg. Min
nie got sore. Mrs Woods is dead.
Pplice searching- for Minnie and
Milwaukee. Joseph Karpis, 9,
fell from wagqn Nov. 29. Yester-i
day lockjaw developed. Eyery
doctor and two nurses in Emer
gency Hospital are working" to
save his life. "r
Milwaukee. Charred bones of
Mrs. Arina Todd Rune may be in
troduced as evidence iri trial of
W. Runge, charged with murder
of his wife and burning his home.
Terre Haute, Ind. Sewer
trenthr caved in. Twa workmen
hurled. BelieVed dead.
'Washington. Announced that
Judge Fenton Booth will be
nominated by President Taft as
Ghief justice of court of claims.
Wytheville, Va. Sidha Allen,
leader of gang who shot up Judge
Masses 'courtroom, Hillsville,
found guilty. Five years in prison.
Weymouth, Eng. Believed
here that unidentified steamer
sunk by dreadnaught Cefrturion
was thesmall steamer Osprey,
withdrew of 8 men.
Kansas City. Man claiming to
be Earl McQuillan, baseball play-