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will conduct 8-day campaigns for
good citizenship in 5 Wisconsin
St. Paul Charles Maloney, 23,
and John Hayes stru.dc by tele
graph pole they were taking from
Harvey, N. D. Therheofel
Fischer, 8, tried to crawl under
slowly moving train. Dead,
Mendora, N. D. Everybody
vaccinated when Paul Lebo, coun
ty commissioner, gptsmallpox.
Lidgewood, N.- D. Bright
youths put cartridge on stove.
Hans Hoefs, student at German
Lutheran school, lost an eye,
Necedah, Wis. Charles Mc
Guire, 7, cripple, drowned. Sled
broke through ipe- ,
Oconomowoc, Wis.--Qscar F.
Jones, BO, lawyer-jpurnalist) died.
Austin, Tex." Four armed men
jumped night watchman and blew
safe at Kyle State bank; 'Got
Washington. Revenue cutter
service.abando.ned hope i or crew
of schooner Rouse Simmqns,
"Christmas ship," overdue at
Milwaukee pne month.-
Milwaukee. John Schranck,
wouldjbe slayer of 'Roosevelt,
sent Christmas greetings to Dis
trict Attorney Zabel.
Washington. Senators Gal
linger and Bacon, will alternate as
president of senate.
Elizabeth, N. I. Herbert T.
Rosswell, 45, suicided when
daughter Helen, 19, eloped with
James Mandable, 24.
Benton Harbor, Mich. Jury
completed for $25,000 slander
suit brought by Jennie Conklin,
Lima, O., against Mrs. Alice
Stave, wealthy Baroda, Mich.,
Boston. Edward Beane, Bos
ton's original auto bandit, stop
ped car to hold up 2 detectives.
St. Paul. Nels Jorgenson, 45,
searching for wife who, with 2
children, deserted him inLondon
$ years ago.
- London. Police raided society
gambling house. Prominent
woman lost $140,000 one night.
Washington. House passed
bill for immigrant protection sta
St. Louis. Fire swept Grafton,
I1L $350,000 loss.
Ashtabula, O. 7 killed, 3 miss
ing, several injured. Street car
and Lake-Shore train colided.
Nashville, Tenn. J. S. Beas
ley, chairman, and G. T. Renfrp,
sec'y, state Republican commit
tee, indicted by federal grand
jury for violating civil service act.
Washington. Supreme Court
dissolved anthracite coal trust.
Little Rock, Ark. Gov. Do
noghey pardoned 3&0 convicts to
break up leasing of prisoners to
Washington. Interstate Com
merce Commission demands rail
road reforms to ,check loss of life.
10,'585 killed, 180,123. injured in a
Atlanta, Ga. Gov. Brown ask
ed to stop movement to drive ne
groes out of Georgia.
Paterson, N. J. Henry Heink,
son of Mrs. Schumann-Heink,
opera singer, will investigate Cen
tral American conditions fpr U.S