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EVERYWHERE NEWS IN TABLOID FQR1I
Des Moines, la. Jno. Paul us, 50,
pool hall proprietor, folio-wed divorc
ed wife home and shot her, then sui
cided. Woman wilf recover.
St Paul, Minn. Mrs. Marguerite
Curl, who was shot by husband after
they had taken poison in suicide pact,
will recover. Husband suicided.
Springfield, O. Judge F. M. Hagan
refused to admit to bail Dr. Arthur
B. Smith, tried for alleged wife mur
der. Jury disagreed.
Bangor, Mich. Miss Iva Otting
wer, 19, who weighed 509 pounds, is
Pontiac, Mich. Robert Kersten,
convicted of attempted murder of L.
E. Waite, sentenced to from 10 to 20
years in Jackson prison.
Marquette Neb. Joe Maretta, 46,
7 and his son Sam, 21, murdered. Two
Austin, Texas. South-bound St.
Louis-Antonio passenger train re
ported wrecked. Eight passengers,
engineer and fireman killed.
Washington. Amendment to the
Kern resolution for an investigation
of the West Virginia coal strike trou
ble, naming Senator Borah of Idaho
to head sub-committee to conduct
probe, will be offered in senate before
final vote on he resolution.
Indianapolis, Ind. S. T. Collard,
fireman, killed, Ernest Cowgill, engi
neer, dying, and John Lord, fireman,
badly scalded in freight train col
lision on Erie tracks.
Baltimore, Md. Official admission
made that Chas. Keidel, Jr., head of
Wm. Knabe & Co., branch of Amer
ican Piano Co., committed suicide in
Marlborough-Blenheim at Atlantic
City last Friday.
Grand Rapids, Mich. 100 boiler
makers walked out of Wyoming
shops of Pere Marquette Eailroad to
day. Demand ten per cent wage in
crease. Columbus, O. Fourteen bodies
taken from Imperial mine of O'Gara
Coal Co.. at Belle Valley.
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Stockbridge, Mass. Stephen Dud
ley Field, 68, "father of the trolley1
car" and inventor of international
prominence, dead: I
Berlin. Unknown woman fell 600
feet from basket of "balloon. Haven't
found body. l
London. Reported Sultan Abdul"
Hamid cannot survive present illness..
Buenos Ayres. Syndicate headed"
by Chicago packers have corneredj
available supply of beef and muttoni
Boston, Mass. Robert A. Taftf,
son of ex-president, collected qld.
clothes to be sent to missions and;
Panama. Waters of Pacific oceatfc
allowed to flow into Panama canal
for first time. -t
NewYork. U. S. recruits arebe
ing rushed to Western coast(as fast
as they can be transformed info sol-
diers at Fort Slocum. V ,
London. The Daily Mail in an ediv
torial calls Secretary of State Bryan's
peace talk clap-trap. t
Denver, Col. Mrs. Frances Shaw,)
Chicago suffrage leader, advocates
marrying until the proper mate is
Pressburg, Hungary. 8,000 per,j
sons homeless in Ghetto section, de
stroyed by fire. a
Paris. Eighty million dollars re-o
quired to keep in army soldiers whose
enlistments have expired- ii
Norfolk, Va. Orders received atj
Navy Yard to prepare battleships
Louisiana and Vermont for immediH
Washington. Mrs. Woodrow Wil
son will urge bills to do away with
tSlums in Washington. Cs-
New York. Fire in Luna Park?!
Coney Island, caused loss of $30,000;a
Milwaukee, Wis. Pfister & Vogejr ,
Leather Co., largest tanning com-
pany in world, cut hours of piecel)
workers; tariff blamed. o
Cambridge, Mass. Walter Fran-
zen, St. PauL Minn., Harvard junior,
held a week in dungeon by Italian