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Paris. President-elect Poin
caire has resigned as premier. M.
Briand may get vacant place.
New York. William Cornell,
who has served 28 years for bur
glary, has patented burglar alarm
in his cell at the Tombs.
Atlantic City. City treasurer,
who has investigated "dead dog
bounty" bookkeeping, will de
mand that people present tails
before they are paid.
New York. Lewis Remy,
chauffeur, ran down and killed
Thomas Ackerman, 64, New
burg, and was fined $20.
Newburgh, N. Y. Sheriff Lar
ry Servin, who started on hunt
ing trip Friday, ran one auto into
ditch, nearly killed man with an
other .and finally gave up trip.
New York. Meyer Bloomfield
says one way to cure strikes is to
compel rich children to study in
dustrial and technical courses.
Berlin. Waiters in big res
taurants have to thank guests
when they pay bill even when no
tip is given.
Vienna. Suicides in this city
increased from 1,416 in 1911 to
1,558 in 1912. 931 men and 627
New York. Helen Gould, who
will marry Finley J. Shepherd
next Wednesday, will spend less
than $1,000 on her trousseau.
Trenton, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son has begun study of Panama
canal questions. -
Flint, Mich. Fire destroyed
Buick Motor Company forge
plant. $275,000 loss.
Berlin. J. P. Simpson Cleve
land. 0 aad Dr. O. C. Stutz, L
per Sandusky, O., arrived here to-
day to undergo Dr. F. Friedman's'
purported cure for tuberculosis.
Devonport, Eng. Queen
Mary's dislike for Americans is
given as reason why naval train
ing ship Cumberland, with Prince.
Albert aboard, will not touch any
American port on cruise to West
of $2,000,000 for U. S. exhibit at.
San Francisco exposition in 1915
will be considered today by.
House expositions committee.
Milwaukee, Wis. As result o
threatened strike of bartenders
and waiters, annual brewers' ball
tonight may be "beerless."
Milwaukee, Wis. Fololwing
lengthy argument over size of
damage suit settlement, opposing
attorneys flipped a coin to decide,
on amount. Plaintiff won.
Waukesha, Wis. Carl Schults,
83, inmate at local poor farm,
complained to county about his,
quarters. Said he couldn't hear
Washington. According to
Pres. -elect Wilson's wishes there
will be no inaugural ball. There
will also be a smaller parade thaa
Scranton, Pa. Police Lieut.
McAndrew, Carbondale, -shot
Thursday by robber, died today.
Champaign, 111. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Holt, Chrisman, 111., today
asked annulment of the marriage
performed last November. Say
the bridegroom was a minor at
the time and they were buncoed
into marriage bv Holt's father.
Shelbyville, Ind. Big Four;