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Belevield, W. Va. Andrew
Lity, Jr., suicide. Sister, mother
and father died within 12 days
from grief. Entire family gone.
New York. Bldg. caught fire
in Brooklyn. Parrot shrieked
"help." 12 families escaped after
New York. J. H. Valentine
being sued for divorce. Alleged
that guilty actions attributed to
him had been committed by a
New York. Brooklyn barbers
may strike for higher wages.
Don't like size of tips.
Delafield, Wis. Carlos Ma
dero, 18, student at St. Johns'
Military Academy real peeved
because brother sent word that he
should be kept in school and not
permitted to go to Mexico and
fight with brother. ,
Ossining, N. Y. D. Gardello,
G. Bishop, negro, and Jos. Garalo,
murderers, died in electric chair
at Sing Sing today.
Washington. Nearly 1,000 ne
groes will be in inaugural parade.
Toledo. 393 outside teams en
tered for American Bowling Con
gress Feb. 22. Toledo entered 103
teams total 496. Chicago enters
80 teams, Cleveland 35, Cincin
nati and Milwaukee each 21.
New York. Many wealthy
women visited headquarters of
striking garment workers, prom
ising moral and financial help.
St. Louis. DeWitt West, bank
clerk, son of late Wm. West,
actor, of Primrose & West, and
Miss I. McKinley, 18, eloped to
Waterloo and were married, on
West's 21st birthday.
Princeton, N. J. Mrs. Grover
Cleveland, widow of ex-president,
and T. J. Preston, were married
Tokio. Prince Taro Katsura,
premier, and his cabinet resigned
because Diet refused to rescind its
vote of lack of confidence in the
Detroit, Mich. Two Wabash
trains wrecked. 6 persons seri
ously hurt; 100 bruised. Kate
Hoffman, Chicago, among the in
jured. Washington. Suffragists an
nounced today that certain stout
society dames, who recently or
ganized a marching club to re
duce their weight, would march
in the pageant March 3.
Evansville, Ind. Grand jury
expected to return separate in
dictments charging murder in
first degree against Allen Von
Behren, who shot and killed 3
negroes in his father's factory
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Cold
est day of year in upper Michi
gan. 20 below.
London. Sir Ed Grey, secre
tary of state for foreign affairs,
held long consultation today at
foreign office with Turkish am
bassador, and a news agency pub
lished a report that Hakki Pasha
would come here within a week
and request the allies to reopen
London. Mrs. Grace Branson,
suffragette rioter, sent to riscto