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My fatally wounded by Geo. Busey,
jown marshal Fort Logan. Quarrel.
LaCrosse, Wis. Body of Tom Rye,
laborer, found in river. Missing since
fight in saloon when he was struck
by Nie Hef ti. "- -
Milwaukee, Wis. Wm. S. Cowling,
;x-member legislature, arrested,
charged with misappropriation of
funds given him by Bessie C. Mann
Atlantic City, N. J. E. A. Faust
told brewers in convention that beer
consumption is growing faster than
population. 100,000,000 barrels brew
New York. Peter Wytosich at
tempted to kiss his wife. She gave
him a solar plexus blow. Dead.
East Liverpool, O. Policeman
shocked at red ribbon tied around
green stocking just below "Billy"
Rock's knee exposed by slit trouser
ettes. Told "her" to go.home.
Paris. Gaston Halphen, artillery
captain, tossed coin to decide manner
of suicide. Fell "heads." Shot him
self through heart.
New York. Gregor Skelnik, Rus
sian violinist, plans to fiddle himself
out of Ludlow jail, where he is im
prisoned for non-payment of alimony.
Paris. Alphonse Pegoud, loop-the-loop
aviator, made 8 loops, flew
head downward without touching his
levers, then did spiral glide.
Nantes, France. Marcel Redur
eau, 15, found asleep at home of his
employer, Geo. Mabit, confessed he
killed Mabit, Mrs. Mabit, Mabit's
mother, two children and servant
with axe. Had quarrel with Mabit.
Racine, Wis. Felix Kachefsky,
widower, says girl who promised to
be stepmother to his children gave
him the mitten and won't return $10
ring he bought her. Minister won't
.return advance fee of $5.
Racine, Wis. Police hunting H. B.
jMacafee, insurance agent, who gave
saloonkeeper $10 check on Delavan
bank in which he had no funds. Dis
appeared at same time disappearance
pi a gold watch was reported.
Alliance, Neb. Archie Edwards,
negro, accidentally shot and killed
wife and seriously wounded Ben Jor
don, policeman, when latter attempt
ed arrest Mrs. Edwards for loitering.
Beloit, Wis. Miss Edna Sparks,
young woman who has been asleep
since Sept. 23, awoke today much refreshed.
RAINFALL TIES UP N. Y.
New York, Oct. 2. New York
faced' the worst traffic tie-up in its
history yesterday as a result of a
terrific rainfall which lasted through
the day. A million persons bound for
their homes in upper Manhattan and
Brooklyn were held in the down-town
sections. The subway was flooded
and completely closed to traffic. The
Third and Sixth avenue elevated
lines were crippled. Water ran an
kle deep in some of the streets. Po
lice reserves were ordered out to con
trol the crowd.
Since a great many leases expire
on October 1, leading moving van
concerns estimated that not less than
three thousand families were soaked
to the skin and had their household
S.AYS WIFE DID POISONING
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 2. Ole
Leckwood, husband of Mrs. Ida Leck
wood, under arrest for the admitted
murder of her daughter Viola, told
the police that his wife confessed to
him last Thursday night that she had
poisoned three of her six children be
Leckwood said his wife awoke him
at midnight and related the story.
The next evening he repeated the
confession to the minister. The poT
lice are. now questioning the minister
as to why he had not notified them
of Leckwaod's story.
The "Daily Republic," one of the )
native newspapers, of. Hankow, has
published. "Pilgrim's. Progress" as a
seriaL . ;