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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Galveston, Tex. A M. Funk,
Cleveland, shot and killed wife in
hptel. Then shot self. May die.
San Bernardino, Cal. Danger
of clash between gunmen over po
tash deposits at Scarless Lake in
Mojave desert was denied today
by Sheriff Ralphs.
Oklahoma City. For Jirst time
in many years residents went
sleigh riding before Christmas. 4
to 7 inches of snow in Oklahoma
and Texas. I
Livingston, N. Y. Garbed in
extra heavy wraps, with heavy
stockings, leggings and men's
rubber boots outside of them, the
suffragettes on "hike" from N. Y.
to Albany left here at noon.
Joliet, HI. 7 aeroplanes were
destroyed by fire today in Aero
plane factory at Cole City. $20,
000 loss. Factory "burned.
Columbus. State Sen. G. K.
Cetone, Dyaton, convicted of leg
islative briber, was sentenced to
serve 3 years in Ohio pen.
Memphis, Tenn.-Rev. L. L.
Ward, who jus 9 years ago today
preached on text, "The Way of
the Transgressor Is Hard' will
spend his Christmas in jail here.
.Under indictment in connection
with failure of bank at Colliers
ville. Columbus, O. First package
to reach the local postoffice bear
ing parcel's post stamp, arrived
7 days ahead of time. It came
from small Michigan town and
will be rjeld until Jan. 1 before de
livered. Home. Cardinals of Sacred
College today received at Vatican,
and expressed their Christmas
greeting to Pope Pius. '
Cleveland. Thousands of lo
cal store clerks will enjoy Christ
inas eve at home, and for first
time in years all mercantile es
tablishments will be closed to
night Milwaukee. F. J. Heller dis
missed today after being charged
with embezzlement, for 7 years.
Milwaukee. Several hundred
dollars worth of jewelry stolen
from store of B. W. Thion here.
New York. Traffic tied up
here on account of heavy snow.
Fond du Lac, Wis. In his will,
submitted for probate today,
Captain David Jack, prominent
manufacturer, set aside $10,000
for Ida Schavey, family servant
Interest will be paid to her as long
as she remains unmarried.
Madison. Ordinance introduc
ed in city council bars ""wiggle
dances" from University func
tions. Milwaukee. Chuck full of
Christmas spirit, three "vags"
gave their names at the' local
prison as "S. Klaus," "K. Krin
gle" and "S. Nicholas."
Washington. Police trying to
find out what happened to $5,000
diamond brooch -which disappeared-off
gown of Miss Lucy Hoke
Smith, wife of Sen. Smith,
Georgia, while she was attending
Navy-yard ball Thursday.
Colon, Panama. Pres. Taft
and party landed here today.
Denver. Judge Robert Lewis