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OUTSIDE N2WS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
New York. Mrs. B. G. Heinze
now receiving $1 ,000 a month ali
mony from F. A. Heinze. Is now
suing C. A. Henderson, former
husband, for $125 a month ali
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Informed
by S. Levine at his store that
there was no one at his home, a
burglar entered Levine's home
and got $1,500 worth of jewelry.
New York. When, after wait
ing 3 months, Chas. Oelrichs ex
cused himself from grand jury
duty by saying he was not a resi
dent of N. Y., Justice Goff said
he had an anaemic sense of pub
New York. After warning 2
men that a bldg. was about to fall,
H. Berkiwitz, 13, was buried alive
in the debris.
West Orange, N. J. Thomas
A. Edison celebrated 66th birth
day today. Wife gave a birthday
Cambridge, Mass. Mrs. Ina
King, sick .for several months,
visited school room and gained
permission to talk to her-son,
Robert, 6, out in hall. Cut his
throat, then her own. Both will
Bluefield, W. Va. J. Thomp
son, charged with assaulting 14-year-old
daughter, placed in
Princeton prison today, following
threats of lynching.
Cleveland. M. O'Neil, Michi
gan City, Ind., died today. Found
on street unconscious yesterday.
Claims he is brother of W. P.
O'Neil, lieut. gov. of Indiana.
Indianapolis. Lieut.-Gov. W.
P. O'Neil said today that he had
no doubt that M. O'Neil, who
died in Cleveland was his brother,
who left home when he was 18
Davenport, la. Wm. Ehrlers,
75, found dead sitting in chair at
bedside of Mrs. Anna Roswodder,
80. Gas. She may die.
Little Rock, Ark. Ora Cur
ran, negro, arrested today, charg
ed with rifling parcel post pouch.
First arrested on this charge
since adoption of parcel post.
Washington. Senate passed
WeJ)b liquor bill. Forbids ship
ment of liquor from any state in
to "dry"' state.
Princeton, N. J. Mrs. Grover
Cleveland married to Prof Thr
J. Preston, Jr., Wells College.
r-res. jonn u. riibben, Princeton,
Tqfkio. 6 killed, 65 injured in
political riot. Entire cabinet re
signed. Charleston, W. Va. 12 miners,
4 strikebreakers 'dead after fight
in Kanawha coal district.
St. Paul.Two unidentified
m6n tried to wreck Soo passenger
train. Escaped. No damage.
Milwaukee. Mrs. Gennaro
Romzio, 52, and son, Jerry, 22,
hacked to death. Mystery.
Kansas City. Nine negro wo
men escaped from reformatory.
Overpowered watchman. Took
Rome, Ga. Samuel Irwin, 58,
strangled to death. Piece of meat.
Mar fa, Texas. Five Ameri-