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dances and other light amuse
ments to counter-act the moving
picture shows, are urged by Prof.
H. Kimball to modernize religion.
Boston. Rep. J. W. Weeks,
Newton, millionaire elected U. S.
senator today to succeed W. H.
Grand Rapids, Mich. George
Sandler, wealthy pawnbroker,
found dead in his store with bul
let wound in head. Believed mur
der and robbery.
Louisville. 2,000 families here
are homeless as result of Ohio
river flood. All hzfve been fed
and taken care of.
Cairo, 111. Weather office here
issued statement that Ohio river
would continue to rise slowly un
til Wednesday, and by Saturday
would reach 48 feet.
Cincinnati Although the
Ohio river has reached the height
of 61.9 feet there ns not as much
suffering as there was Saturday
and Sunday. Flood relief sta
tions have been established.
Paris. French parliament re
opened today. Presidential elec
tion of Friday was the main sub
ject. London. Peace delegates of
the Balkan states today informed
foreign ministers here that they
were authorized o terminate the
armistice with Turkey soon un
less the Turks agree to the terms
offered by the allies.
Constantinople. No word of
the proceedings of the grand
council called by Kiamil Pasha,
grand vizier, was made public to
day. Believed that the councill
jprill decide on war.
Medford, Ore. Page from
fashion magazine of half a cen
tury ago has been found by Har-.
old Corliss imbedded in center of
large oak tree cut down by him
on his ranch. Shows -pictures of
the hoop skirt just new to fash
ion. New York. Mayor Gaynor
suggested tax on hypocrisy.
New York. Elmer E. Adler,
West Point cadet, who eloped
Jan. 9 with Florence Davis, ar
rested when he returned to school
and stripped of sergeant's rank.
San Francisco. Donald Jad
win, 25, son of wealthy Brooklyn
druggist, shot and killed 19-year-old
wife and himself.
New Rochelle, N. Y. Fire de
stroyed Thanhouser motion pic
ture plant. $250,000 loss.
Madrid. Don Fernando Maria,
brother-in-law of King AlphonsOj
fell from horse. Arm broken.
London. Russian Crown
Prince Alexis confined to his bed
Springfield, 111, Board of
health has received report of 9th
death in Alexander county from
New York. 60,000 striking'
garment workers marched sing
ing through streets. 19 girls, just
freed from jail, led the parade.
A Scotchman much against his
will was persuaded to take a holi
day visit to Egypt. Of course he
visited the Pyramids, and, after
gazing for some time at the Great
Pyramid, he muttered: "Man,,
what a lot of mason-work not to
be bringin' in any rent!"