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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Washington. More than 100
Moros slain and many hundreds
wounded since start of fight be
tween American forces and
Moros on Island of Jolo. Capt.
J. H. Hara, 8th U. S. cavalry,
Edmonton, Alta. Clare West,
bookkeeper of Bank of Nova
Scotia, worked himself loose of
rope with which he was bound
and drove off two robbers with
! gun. Escaped without loot. West
shot and slightly wounded.
Minneapolis. Doctors of As
bury hospital afraid to tell Geo.
Bevington, Frederic, Wis., here
for operation, that his wife had
been murdered by Hugh boren
sen, barber, who got drunk after
Madison, Wis. Sen. Teasdale
at today's session of senate intro
duced bill to repeal the teachers'
pension retirement fund enacted
by legislature two years ago.
Boston. J. H. McNicholas,
Cleveland, arrested charged with
having made thousand dollars
through sale of alleged worthless
mining stocks. $10,000 bail.
Canton, O. Chief of Police H.
W. Smith, Dem., suspended by
Mayor Harry Schilling, Soc, on
14 charges, reinstated.
Washington. Formal notice
served on American 'Phone Co.
that it must answer complaints
of independent companies that it
is a trust.
Norfolk, Va. Word received
here that Electrician J. A. Camp
bell and Machinist's Mate L. I
Hurst were washed overboard
from Submarine D-2 while off
Carolina coast en route to Cuban
Mascoutah, 111. Mrs. Mary
Ritter, 75, burned to death today
when fire destroyed her home.
Milwaukee. Mary Berendt,
18, attempted suicide. Carbolic
acid. Will recover.
Washington. Democrats seem
to have completely blocked every
one of Taft's 2,000 federal ap
pointments. Wilkesbarre, Pa. John J. Mc-
Devitt, who played millionaire
for day, wants city to grant him
site for monument of himself.
New York. Fola LaFollette,
daughter of "Fighting Bob," led
army of striking girl garment
workers. Many of them were ar
rested. Montreal. Tights no longer
allowed to be worn in Montreal
Springfield, 111. Sen. Clark,
Rep., will present bill providing
for state supervision of Chicago
police force. !
Washington. Former Mayor
Busse and John F. Jelke, oleo
margarine man, Chicago, are here
Washington. Fight for Lin
coln memorial is up in House to
day. St. Louis. 50 girl employes of
Sexton Manufacturing company,
Fairfield, 111., believed poisoned
Washington. Former Gover
nor Osborn, Mich., called at
White House today. Though he