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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Boston. Reported that Morgan &
Co. and Pennsylvania R. R. have
agreed to ousting of Chas. S. Mellen
as head of New Haven Railroad.
Madison, Wis. Hedding bill, legal
izing boxing in "Wisconsin, expected
to pass tomorrow.
Budapest. John Salfek got sore
because wife cut him down when he
tried to hang self. Killed wife and
four children with hatchet
Cleveland. Sheriff Smith has
formally charged 12-year-old Leroy
Reisinger with the murder of his
grandfather, B. P. Hull.
Jeannette, Pa. "Sunny Jim," a
homing pigeon, arrived here after
flight from Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Took 48 days.
Pittsburgh. One man killed, sev
eral injured, when fireworks explod
ed at Elks' annual outing in Idlewild
Cincinnati. George Powell, state's
star witness against former Boss
George B. Cox, on stand, swore Cox's
company had made false statements
to Cox's bank.
Washington. Pres. Wilson typed
currency message himself, making
only one copy, and now has left Con
gress without an "official" copy.
London. Edwy Clayton, "male
suffragette," released from prison on
ticket of leave today because he hunger-struck
Until too weak, to be held
Washington. Rep. Rodenbery,
Ga., has introduced bill providing for
reduction of first-class rates to
Washington. Administration cur
rency bill will be introduced in House
and Senate Thursday. Rep. Glass
and Senator Owen will father it.
New York. Mrs. Lionel Lawrence,
wife of great-grandson of "Don't
Give Up the Ship" Lawrence, suing
lor divorce. Says that after marriage
she found she was wife No. 13.
Paris. Chamber of Deputies ex-
three-year military service rule will
eive France standing army of
Waynesburg, Pa. Abijah Scott,
75, veteran of Civil War, struck and
killed by lightning as he was pre
paring for re-union at Gettysburg.
San Diego, Cal. Engagement oi
Ulysses S. Grant, 60, son of late pres
ident, and Mrs. A. L. Wills, of Mar
shalltown, la., announced.
Berlin. National Gazette bitterly
attacks Pres. Wilson as "American
edition of professional Socialist" for
his currency message.
Cleveland, O. Bolt of lightning
killed P. H. Mansfield and badly in
jured T. H. White, his wife, Mrs. H.
Hyatt and Mrs. P. Wilkins, at Uni
tarian Sunday school picnic".
New York. Mayor Gaynor says
he may not run again since he does
not know from whom he could get
St. Louis, Mo. Deserted by the
U. S. Brewers' Association, her ap
peal to Kaiser Wilhelm disregarded,
Phoebe Couzins, Prohibitionist and
anti-Prohibitionist, faces poorhouse
Glasgow, Scotland. Peter Donald
son, whose firm failed with liabilities
of $1,990,000, drowned himself.
Almelra, Spain. One man killed,
many injured, by four bulls which
broke loose while being taken to hull
London. Theresa Orton, daugh
ter of notorious imppster of Roger
Tichborne, arrested for threatening
life of Denise Greville, fiancee of Sir
Joseph Doughty Tichborne.
Copenhagen. Extraordinary ses
sion of Rigsdag- called today by Pre
mier Zahle to put through franchise
Ashland, Wis. Margaret Wilson,
daughter of the president, saw her
first wild deer yesterday and caught
eight wild trout.
London. Brother of late Sir John
Berts estimate that restoration: of I Murray. Scott is contesting hjaLU
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