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8600 in currency which Wild was
Kansas City, Mo. 6,000 girls re
ceiving less than $6 a week accord
Jig to report of public welfare board.
Belleville, III. "Throw him to me;
'11 catch him," jokingly called Harry
Johnson to neighbor woman. She
tossed her 5-year-old son 30 feet to
pavement. May die.
Indianapolis, Ind. Roy Cross, 22,
and unidentified woman found dead
in each other's arms. Suicide pact.
Greenville, Pa. When Mrs. Mary
Everhart awoke from trance, family
was arranging for her funeral.
Sharon, Pa. Steel workers bored
steel "ribbon" 242 feet long, 3 inches
wide, weighing only 170 pounds.
Longest on record.
Cleveland, Ind. Describing his
mother-in-law as "permanent fixture
in his household," Samuel B. Robin
son named her in a cross petition for
divorce as one of the principal causes
of marital troubles.
Newark, O. W. C. Hollar says his
wife started pouting right after mar
riage and has had grouch for eight
years. Asks divorce.
Columbus, O. Lester Brown fish
ing in Buckeye Lake caught snake
wearing diamond ring fitted tightly
about its neck.
St. Paul, Minn. City council
passed ordinance requiring all milk
to be bottled. Great proportion of
infant mortality caused by impure
Harrisburg, III. 99 dogs killed
within last four hours result of Mayor
Karaker's decree that all unmuzzled
dogs must die.
Lincoln, Neb. 40-degree drop in
temperature brought great relief to
Leetonia, O. Two seriously hurt
when Eastern Express No. 8, Chicago
to N. Y., was derailed.
Kansas City. Big drop in temper
ature brought first relief from heat in
St, Paul, Minn. Hundreds of
thousands of cattle from drouth
stricken Southwest will be shipped to
Northwestern states within next
Detroit, Mich. Heat spell of past
week broken. Eight deaths yester
day. Detroit, Mich. Patrolman Fred
Holwedel killed by two burglars he
surprised at work.
Peoria. Whiskey 3 cents higher; .
$1 .33 for unfinished goods.
New Orleans. Chicago Limited,
Illinois Central, went into ditch at
Bogue Chitto, Miss. Three injured.
Steel cars saved lives of hundreds.
Washington. Sen. Thomas, Colo
rado, suggests taxing senators who
insist on lengthening tariff debate by
long speeches 1 cent a word.
Washington. Interstate Com,--merce
ordered suspension of rates on
green fruit in Idaho and Utah to
Eastern cities by Oregon Short Line.
Thief River Falls, Minn. 1 dead, 1
missing, 18 injured, $100,000 prop
erty damage by cyclone.
Detroit. 6 boys, all about 18, held
by police under charges of complicity
in killing of Watchman Pickell at
plant of Aluminum Castings Co.
Hillsdale, Mich. 1 killed, 2 injured,
great property damage caused by
Lees Summit, Mo. Once a famous
bandit, Cole Younger became mem
ber of Christian church at revival
Denver. Alvin Ripperdan, sick,
out of work and unable for the first
time to buy wife birthday present,
shot himself through heart.
Berlin. International Amateur
Athletic Federation organized for
purpose of drafting rules for inter
national athletic events.
Petersburg, Ind. 200- men fought
fire in S. W. Little coal mine while
others rescued 300 miners impris
oned in coliery by flames.
Denver. Lillian Hicks, 17, scolded
by her mother, drank carbolic acid.
St. Paul, Minn. Young E. Allison,