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er, arrested, charged with obtain
ing money from local bank by
Washington. Denied here
that President Taft has accepted
Kent professorship of law at Yale.
Danville, 111. Wilbur Sapping
ton, 38, Hoopeston, frozen to
DanviUeIll, Mrs. Wm. Timm
attacked by unknown man. Crit
ical condition. Posse searching.
Port Washington, Wis. Mrs.
Francis H. Bolene, wife of mayor
of this city, dead. Heart failure.
Peoria, I1L 90 patients of St.
Francis Hospital removed to
safety while flames in other part
of building caused $1,000 loss.
St Louis. Matt Cahill, cab
inetmaker, believed burned to
death in fire in 4-story building on
the river front.
New York. Mrs. John A.
Starr, first wife of Col. Astor, and
party of friends acted as "supers",
in performance of show at a
London. Will of Benjamin
Guggenheim, who went down
with the Titanic, stated that the
testator was conscious of uncer
tainty of human existence.
Venice. Woman calling her
self the Duchess of Laveresine, of
New York, arrested on train for
speaking slightingly of Italy and
London. Miss Violet Asquith,
daughter of the premier, is pre
paring to sail for America, chap
eroned by Lady Aberdeen. Will
visit Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce
Berlin. Court authorities
"seized $12,000 Garnerius violin of
Jan JCdbelik to satisfy judgment
of Hugo Gorlitz, London impres
sario, fbr breach ofcontract.
"London. Suffragettes are bit
terly caustic in their comments
on the' sentencing of Mrs. Elsie
Hewey to two months in prison
for turning in a false fire alarm.
San Francisco. Mrs. W. T.
Martin wants divorce. Charges
"hubby" with hitting her with
cake she baked. Jshe brought it to
court. Hubby said "She'd be dead
if I hit her with that."
Jacksonville, HI. Because For
mer Vice Pres. Fairbanks wanted
some other address than "Some
where in Green County" while at
his ranch, the village pf Haypress
has been incorporated and a post-1
Drain, Ore. Man tried to
break into jail here. Cjaims he is
the m3n who "put the ham in
Bellingham." Being examined as
to his sanity.
Los Angeles. Melvina Gomes
granted decree in her divorce suit
against Lloyd Gomes.
. San Francisco. A.Ghiringhelli
wanted to be citizen, so he tqolc
examination. "Who's president?"
was asked. Studied, then said:
"Hiraih Taft." "Who's governor
of California?" Again he thought.
'William H. something or
New Yopk. Herbert Hensel,
confessed thief, said'he stole coat
"to keep his wife warm." Justice
Mclnery dismissed him and gave
him money and a joh.
San F'rancisco. Geo. Pupaus
ky paid $25 for cat's" ear to ."make