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had murdered Mrs. 'Fulham's hus
bantLi Confessed, that crime, too.
Both were sentenced to death. Mrs.
Fulham's sentence was commuted to
pen.servitudefor life because she was
about to become a mother. .
Cambridge. Dr..C. W. Eliot, of
Harvard, says that neither shorter
working hours nor higher wages are
cures for ills of labor. He advocated
(the profitTsharing plan.
New York.-John"'D&nies, said to
be chief of Chicago arson trust, signr
ed extradition waiver. Turned over
to Chicago detectives.
Washington. Members of House
say that free lumber, sugar and farm
machinery are almost certain tariff
Paris. By his. request, L. Beiquet,
wealthy vineyard owner, was buried
in wine cellar.
Bombay. Latest Indian gold mine
was found in TDahlbum district, where
a prospector bought the shaft from
an aged woman for one shawl.
New York. C. Marti ne, Hampton,
Va., f ull-blood Indiajj-, expressed won
der at the "squaws of Broadway who'
tie blanketstighUyaround their feet
and hitch themselvesytb poodles."
Sea Girt, N. J. Because she did
not know it was necessary for her
to take the civil service examination
Mrs. Mary A. Blakely, postmistress'
here for 17 years, has lost position.
New York. 3 burglars, donning
. barber's coats and turning on -light,
robber barber shop of J. Gaska. Po
lice looked on.
Rome. Pope Pius condition was
much improved today according to'
statements. . .
Jersey City, N. J. Major W. W.
Winchell, Salvation Army, has put in
to effect the new way of caringfor
drunks. Has a covered ambulance
which works night and day to pick
up drunks and takethem to head
quarters for treatment.
London. Fire, believed started by
suffragettes, totally destroyed pas
senger station of Great Western and
Central. Rys. at .Sauriderton, Buck
inghamshire. "Votes'" for -Women"
tags were found about the ruins.
Washington. Bill passed by last
session of Congress drove several
pawnshop keepers and money brok
ers from this city. Have established
offices just across Potomac at Vif-
ginia end of "Long bridge."
St. Louis. City hall. clock believed
by town wiv.es to.betin "snooks" with
their husbands ,andwsaloonkeepers.
When 1 .o'clock -arrived the clock
struck 12 and same at, 2, ,3 and 4
Boston. Many thousannds of dol
lars' worth of Easter hats destroyed
in.fire, Loss estimated at $100,000.
Huntsville, Ala. Auto with four
persons struck bump, skidded and
turned, over several times in air. Two .
probably fatally hurt.
Minneapolis. Detectives found
Mrs. John Patros sitting in front of
grate feeding $1 bills to the, fire. "The
world is coming to anend March 18,"
she said. "There is no use of having
Key West, Fla. Tug took 116 pas
sengers off the British steamer Lu7
gand,. ashore onthe. Ajax reef, off
Milwaukee." Dttroit man suspect
ed the express companies. Sent box
of cigars by express to friend in Mil-. ;
wauke'e. Arrived there by parcel post.
Express company got 40 cents for
the shipments and paid out 22 cents
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