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EVERY WHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Detroit, Mich. A. M. C. Garelich,
27, unable to obtain work, fired two
bullets into body. Reported dying.
Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. Calvin I.
Fletcher, widely known traveler and
lecturer, reported killed in Glacier
Milwaukee, Wis. Suffragets re
fused booth in "political party" sec
tion of state fair will refuse to "cook
a meal, was ha dish, supervise the
laundry bag, sweep, set the alarm
clock, put. on the cat, fasten win
dows, turn off the lights, darn socks,
sew on buttons, or perform any other
domestic duty until husbands pledge
word not to attend the state fair.
London. Bulglars ransacked flat
of Grace La Rue, the actress. Stole
money and jewels worth $10,000.
New York. tProminent athletic
leaders plan to extend welcome to
German Olympic commission which
comes to U. S. to discover why Amer
icans win in Olympic games.
The Hague. Over 800 delegates
representing 16 nations assembled
for opening of 20th universal peace
Milwaukee. Wisconsin State Fair
Ass'n has forbidden Woman's Suf
frage permission to maintain head
quarters at exhibition grounds.
Cincrfinati. Gov. Cox rules dry
Sundays must apply to Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Columbus and .Toledo the
same as to small towns.
Dexter, Mo. Four killed by light
ning during wind and rain storm.
Hammond, Ind. Mat Franzen, de
clared legally dead two years ago,
found alive on ranch near Lewiston,
Idaho. Relatives thought him killfed
in Indian uprising.
Chiswick, Eng. Militant suffra
gets burned down theater. Loss
Trenton, N. J. Acting Governor
Fielder honored requisition issued by
impeached Gov. Sulzer of New York
for extradition of William Thomas,
alias "Bob" Fitzsimmons.
Seattle, Wash. Mrs. H. C. Rear
don and daughter Estelle of Chicago
listed among lost on steamship State
Washington. President Wilson
appointed Rep. Francis Burton Har
rison of New York governor general
of Philippine Islands.
Portland, Ore. Police hunting 4
robbers who held up Oregon-Washington
railroad passenger train un
der 12th st. bridge.
Mansfield, O.' "Let me see your
license," said Rev. S. P. Long to Geo.
H. Buell when he appeared to marry
Helen Hendrickson. It was hunter's
license. Wrong clerk.
Los Angeles. George Bixby, Long
Beach millionaire, made defendant in
three $50,000 damage suits filed by
Gist witnesses in so-called white
slave cases pending. Plaintiffs Irene
Brown Levy, Cleo H. Barker and
Camden, N. J. Miss Jennie
Ochinea dislocated jaw laughing at
Chambersburg, Pa. Sitting on big
gilt ball atop 45-foot flagpole, Mack
Shearer said he was on way to Hea
ven. Mind affected by heat.
South Norwalk, Conn. Gambler,
stool pigeon of Lieut. Becker and
chief witness at Rosenthal murder
trial, Jack Rose, is to help Christ
Episcopal Church by lecturing on the
New York. "My name is Kase
very ordinary case," wrote Paul Kase,
then killed himself.
MonticeJIo, N. Y. Justice Scfcarck
adjourned court to an open field
when crowd overtaxed, courtroom.
New York. Henry Q. Morse re
leased from county jail on $50,000
bail after breaking former world's
record as champion alimony dodger.
Wife suing for $32,000 afimony.
Washington. Interstate Com
merce Commission made permanent
its suspension of rates on fruit bas
ket" crates from San Francisco to