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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Green Bay, Wis. Several persons
reported drowned when west ap
proach to main street bridge col
lapsed under weight of traction
sprinkling car. .
Squantum, Mass. Chas. W. Flet
rher of Dorchester killed by fall from
Philadelphia. Melville H. Freas,
veteran of Civil War, is posing for
monument to be erected over his
grave, "to be sure it's right before he
Battle Creek, Mich. John Gould
lost $1,100 and valuable gold watch
when he generously shared bed with
Eagle Pass, Tex. Constitutional
istas reported concentrating for at
tack on Monterey. Americans leav
ing city. v-
St. Louis. Counterfeit "buffalo"
nickels are being turned out some
where in Southern Illinois.
New York. "Engine trouble" will
prevent the Red Star line steamer
Kroonland from reaching here before
New York. Wireless requested
.ships in water near New York to keep
lookout for Aviator Jewel, who as
cended yesterday. Fear he was swept
Jersey City, N. J. Aeroplane, be
lieved to be one in which missing Al
bert J. Jewell started yesterday, seen
floating down Hackensack river.
Altoona, Pa. Daniel J. Clarke,
who46aned John D. Rockefeller $20
when he was behind in board bill,
n"6w in poorhouse.
New Haven, Conn. R. M. Arm
strong, injured during baseball game,
had piece of his shinbone" grafted on
spine and Is recovering.
.Champaign, III. Three Urban a
men arrested as suspects in Larry
Dulutrn Minn. Clara Mellum, 18,
waved apron and scared two-year-old
bear away after he had kept Albert
Peterson prisoner in tree all right.
New York. Vincenzo Nenchia
nailed crepe on sweetheart's door
when she refused to marry him.
"Vendetfa" threatening death, she
claimed. Held without bail. i
South Bend. Eleven boys and girl
arrested for thieving. Ages range
from 14 to 18.
Edmonton, Alberta. Sixteen men
believed to have perished on Hudson
Bay Company's tug Primrose.
LaCrosse, Wis. Andrew Qassin
rud, 85, wealthy farmer, killed by
Mount Airy, Ga. Condition of
Federal Judge Emory Speer reported
Denver. Geraldine Farrar, Metro
politan opera star, has yet to see
"biped" she would marry.
Panama. 31 earthquakes have
been registered by the Ancon seismo
graph to date. ,
Cleveland. Edward Silberger, as
sistant postmaster at Pocohontas,
Va., arrested, charged with stealing
$11,464 in bank and postoffice funds.
Portland, Ore. Feared Miss Ethel
Newcomb, who caused arrest of E.
C. von Klein, alleged marrying swind
ler arrested in Chicago, may have
been kidnaped. '
Little Rock, Ark. State Supreme
Court sustained validity of Going
prohibition act Arkansas will be
come dry after Jan. 1.
Salina, Kan. G. W. Mitchell, 78,
and Mrs. Emma Pollack, 75, Danville,
HI, married. Were engaged 60 years
"We're going to have an awful gay
time at our party next week!"
"How d'ye know?"
"All' the women -mother's invited
have said they were coming, and
every one of 'em says she hasn't a"
thing to wear!" Judge.
In 1912 British Columbia admitted
56,817 new settlers!