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EVERYWHERE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Williston, N. D. Knut Bak
ked, 28, found lying in straw
stack with both legs and arms
frozen. Attempted to walk here
from Mondal, Mont., and went to
a sleep in the stack. Packed in ice
so he wouldn't thaw out to quick.
Vandalia, 111. David Neath
ery arrested, charged with mur
der of his cousin, James Mcin
tosh, last Saturday.
Paris. George Levanoux,
aviator, ascended 11,880 feet in a
monoplane carrying Miss Davies,
English aviatrix, as a passenger.
Pittsburgh. Police searching
for two men who killed George
Hiring, 68, in "his butcher shop
Kansas City. No one hurt in
$35,000 loss fire in local stock
Batavia, O. 10-pound baby of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Beagle, Glen
Este, safely delivered via parcel
post to its grandmother's home
one mile away. Postage 15 cents
and insurance on "the package"
u New York.' Ben Scher. 4, and
sister, Annie, 3, seriously burned.
Played with matches.
fcew York. Harry Brummer,
29, arrested on complaint of his
W 73-year-old wife. Charged with
assault. Been married 4 years.
Champaign, 111. W. J. Red
man and wife had quarrel. He
said, "You ought to be dead,"
Later he found her dead. Suicide.
Sterling, 111. E. P. Miller,
farmer,, kilkditf, Q, B. & Q train.
Omaha, Neb. No one hurt in
fire which destroyed Paxton Ho
tel. Guests carried down ladders
on firemen's shoulders. One man
when awakened said: "I don't
care. It ain't my hotel"
Copenhagen. Police threaten
to strike ff they do not receive in
crease in pay. The movement is
spreading throughout Denmark.
New Orleans. W.R. Madison,
pres. Madison Publishing Co.,
Kansas City, Mo., died at local
hospital under the name of E- O.
Kansas City. Family of W. R.
Madison, publisher, today said
they knew no reason why he
should be in New Orleans under
Cairo, III. Ohio river here
stood at 48.9 feet today.
Mino, N. D,-Thre persons
killed, 8 injured, when Soo-Spo-kane
train struck wagon.
Washington, That the aver
age woolen $12 to $18 suit of
clothes actually costs the factory
$3 and is sold wholesale for from
$8 to $10 was admitted to the
ways and means committee to
day by J. D. Holmes, N. Y. wool
en merchant, asking for a reten
tion of high wood duties,
St. Louis. Trial of Barbara
Gladys Arnold, 16-year-old nurse
girl, on charge of trying tQ burn
the Windermere Hotel on night
of Nov. 4, was called today in ju
Mason City, la. Miss Olive
Bess Pickett, who. with Miss
Anna Michael, was hrought ei-;,