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fr-om Council Bluffs to face two
- charges of passing forged checks,
; is a man. "She" confessed.
Terre Haute, Ind Paul Shar
key, 6,- was watching John Len
hart, 9, shoot at fence with an air
gun-: Happened that John was
shooting at the knothole that
Paul was looking through. John
was a good shot. Paul lost sight
of one eye.
St. Louis. Mrs. Louis J.
Tichasek is training 9 pretty ser
vant girls to become wives for her
Peoria, 111. Julia Marlowe,
actress, seriously ill. Ptomaine
New York. John D. Rocke
feller, Jr., outlined work of
bureau of social hygiene, organ
ized to fight social evil.
Washington. Works resolu
tion, providing for single presi
dential term of 6 years, will De
voted on by Senate Thursday.
Moscow. Mme. Nadia Puto
kin killed her husband in duel.
He had accused her of affair with
Memphis, Tenn. Frank A.
Munsey has bought Memphis
Annapolis, Md. Body of John
Paul Jones, first admiral of Amer
ican navy, placed in final resting
Pamona, Cal. Ellsberry Rey
nolds, Chicago publisher, struck
gold on his Relay Heights prop
erty. London. Politicians fear that
ruling on woman's suffrage is go
ing to pla.v the dickens in British
Paris. Workman tried to kill
Archduke Louis Salvator at his
estate at Miramir in Balearic
Washington. Bessie N. El
well, 34, Winchester, Va., com
mitted suicide after first tipping
newspaper. Love affair.
New York. School teachers
in all large cities have been ask
ed to recognize today as child
Bloomington, Ind. John E.
Butcher, 62, shot and killed him
self. Ft. Wayne, Ind. Andrew
Hamilton, 2, rescued after sink-"
ing to arm-pits in quicksands.
Wellesley. Wellesley college
officials have forbidden Turkey
Trot and similar dances.
St. Paul. Mrs. Francois La
Bore, 104, is dead.
Manila. Six Americans killed
in fight with Moros at Taglitsi.
Mekines, Morocco. French
expedition routed large force of
native tribesmen, inflicting heavy
New York. Mad dog bit 10
Detroit, Mich. Unidentified
American stabbed to death in
Greek pool room. Owner of place
New York. $250,000 which
police announced loudly they hacr
secured in raid on "fence," has
dwindled to less than $1,000.
Albany. When Frederick W.
Randall finished sermon on "Sal
vation" before Bible Students'
Ass'n he was arrested for desert
ing wife and two children.
Somerset, Pa. Esther Spiel-