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- THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Herndon, Pa. Favors given at din
? ner by H. S. Byery to his six children
I were. checks for $1,000 each,
i Hastings on Hudson. N. YRow-
ley Tramp Shelter, a barn where
Knights of the Road could find a bed
(0 and "eats," was burned to ground.
Ithaca, N. Y. Quintuplets born to
Mrs. Chas. Smith are doing well. It is
said this is the third birth of quintu
plets reported in tjiis country.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Rather than play
"ecclesiastical rag time" selected by
pastor, W.'' E. Hall, organist of fash
ionable Old Trinity Episcopal church,
v - Rome. rThough perceptibly weak,
Pope Pius X was reported consider
ably better today, after night of un
Bloomington, III. Roy Capersons,
Clinton, charged with sending matter
hbehng the Harriman lines, through
the mails during the railroad strike,
was bound over to federal grand jury
today under $1,000 bonds.
Minneapolis. Charles C Gates,
son of "Bet-a-Million Gates," wag
ered six suits of clothes that he would
not be able to eat Christmas dinner
in $500,000 home now being built.
Paterson, N. J. James L. Hopkins
melded 1,000 aces in penuchle game
and was fined $100, not for aces, but
for drawing gun.
Washington. Washington society
belles following example of presi-
dent's daughters, who are CQrsetless
and wear low-heel slippers.
Washington. 90 hens imported
1 froin North Carolina by Secretary of
O Navy Daniels refuse to iayeggs in
, their new environment.
Navy- Haven, Conn. After begging
Carnegie to present city"with three
branch libraries, newspapers attack
ed gift and Carnegie will probably
be notified that donation is not
-Providence, R. 1. Sophie Berger, j
16, Dr. Friedmann's first tuberculosis
Pothier to show how tubercular knee
has been benefited.
New York The death of Ben
jamin Temple was second death of
patients treated with Dr. Friedmann's
turtle serumior tuberculosis.
Washington. "Corporal Tanner,"
Republican, and a legless veteran of
civil war, kept in office 'of register of
wills of District of Columbia against
applicants of political creed of Thom
Richmond,, Va. Chief McWeeny,
Chicago, secured release on parole
of James F. Murphy, serving term for
horse theft McWeeny promised.
Washington. William Wallace"
Corrie, Los Angeles, and John C.
Kestow; San Francisco,of American
cruiser California, reported killed arid
another sailor wounded in fight with
inciican poucemen in jviazatlan.
Hoboken, N. .J William Dato,
actor, killed by Samuel Lonzette with
"unloaded" gun in moving picture re
hearsal. Detroit. A. J. Elliott, ex-Northwestern
University football star, de
clares college is. winter resort where
youths learn to roll cigarettes and
gradu'ate into educated crooks.
Boston. Rev. William B. .Ayres,
pastor in $25,000 alienation suit by
Chester A. Boyriton, admitted carry
ing whisky and ammonia to Mrs:
Boynton, but says he did not '"enter
Pueblo, Colo. Fire destroyed
Swift block. Loss $300,000.
Mexico City 20 passengers killed,
40 injured in train wreck near Tula
when engineer -yielded to 'entreaties
of passengers for greater sneed to
New York. J. A. Thorn oson and
Frank Tarbeaiix, reputed members of
local wire tapping gansr. arrested in
Charleston, S. C, on charge of swind
ling S. R., Jones, Pittsburgh coai oper
ator,, out of $20,000 and Col. Pendel-
patient in U. S., danced before Gov. ;ton, Atlantic-City, out of $55,000. j