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HOT OFF THE WIRE
Cleveland. Mayor Newton D.
Baker placed ban on all forms of
New York. That Monroe Doc
trine may have to be invited to
stop atrocities against Indians of
Peru by British contractors, was
statement made today by U. S.
Consul S. Fuller.
Indianapolis. In midst of a
patriotic appeal against convic
tion in the dynamite conspiracy
trial, Atty. Honey, for the de
fense, said: "Uncle Sam doesn't
want to see an innocent man con
victed, but the National Erectors'
'Ass'n seems to be mightily inter
es'ted." La Crosse, Wis. Health Com
missioner asks public to stop
dances, parties and social affairs
ifor two weeks to help wife out
Racine, Wis. Coal barge Chas.
S. Neff arrived safely 10 days
overdue. Left Buffalo Dec. 5.
Bad storms in Lake Erie. Also
ice in St. Clair river.
Bloomington, 111. Mrs. Mary,
Gray's clothes caught fire while
getting dinner."" Rushed from
house. Dead. Burned almost to
Detroit. Robert Mowatt, 40,
pinched on request4 of Burns' de
tective agency. Claimed to be
wanted in N. Y. for embezzlement
- Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The four
surviving suffraget pilgrims will
continue their march,-to Albany
Hamilton, O. Alderman Jas.
J. McKay, prominent Knight of
Columbus, gave 300 children a
Christmas tree last night at St.
Joseph's church. Became over-heated-acting
as Sana Claus.
Caught cold. Died.
Berlin. Dr. Adolf Israel re
fused to discuss his operation on
8-year-old czar's son. It is said
he removed a tubercular kidney.
Lethbridge, Alberta. Claimed
Belle Gunness, Laporte, Ind.,
murderess, is alive and at Dia
mond City, iO miles from here.
Waiting for her picture to identi
Washington. P. O. dept. is
sued official statement saying
Sterling Debenture Co. "one of
worst frauds ever perpetrated on
American people." Has sold $33,
000,000 of stock, much of which
was fake. ' f tfi
Green Bay, Wis. Nina
Brehme, 16, school girl, saved
lives of 3 people who broke"
through .ice by using plank. Car-i
Rome. Court verdict today
exonerated Father Preziosi,priest
whom Chevalier Barsotti of N. Y
sued for1 criminal libel.
Seoul. Larz Anderson, U. S.
Ambassador to Japan, today ar
rived here on his way to Tokio.
New York. Will Carleton,
poet and lecturer, buried today in
Greenwood cemetery, Brooklyn.
Washington. Health service
report says Porto Rico is free of
plague. Last plague-infested rat
found Oct. 30.
Paris. Aviator Garros in his
monoplane is on the way from
Trapani to Rome on last leg of
flight across Mediterranean.