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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Denver. Reported Gov., Ammons
will send troops Into Southern Colo
rado coal strike district and that
banks have agreed to cash "certifi
cates of indebtedness" to be issued
by state to defray movement of
Lincoln, III. Theodore Farmer
saw 2-year-old son killed by traction
Taylorville, III. Coroner S. J. Sny
der telephoned undertaker when sud
denly stricken with heart failure.
Fully recovered today.
Manito, III. Victor Brunswig,
Laura, 111., dead. Struck by train.
Racine. Nervy stranger who pos
ed as cashier for Brannum Lumber
Co. passed bogus check for $15 on
Milwaukee. Mrs. Delia Ringiing,
granted divorce from circus proprie
tor yesterday, will receive income on
Philadelphia, Pa. North German
Lloydliner Seydlitz, bearing 46 Vol
turno survivors, will dock tnis after
noon. Milwaukee. Women caught in
rain are sending feathers off their
hats home by parcels post.
New York. Action on question of
"American Pope" for Episcopal
church held up on calendar of house
Washington. "Pop" Anson, ex
star first baseman, says "this country
is safe with Woodrow Wilson as um
Washington. Fear that mother
might have perished in Volturno dis
aster caused death of Mrs. Steve Ko
back, 35. Heart trouble. -
St. Louis. Blood test will be made
to decide if E. R. Grable, Pittsburgh,
Washington. Pres. Wilson ap
proved Sec'y of Commerce Redfield's
plan to investigate manufacturers
who may close factories or reduce
wages on excusce that it is necessary
because of new tariff law.
Vienna Samuel Altman, mana
ger local Canadian Eadfla Baflway
agency, arrested charges "with pro
moting emigration to Ampncaftzjmm
liable for military service.
Berlin Crown Prince Frederich-
Wilhelm reported to have taken,
strong stand against his new brother-
in-law, Prince Ernst or CummerJarid,
in matter of renouncing Hanoverian
Washington. Nomination of
Brand WhMock as mlmstfr of Bel
gium will be sent to senate today.
Pittsburgh. Lady Codk, formerly
Tennessee Claflin, would have men
who have contracted diseases of vice
branded upon their wrists.
London. -King George and Queen
Mary were sponsors at christening of
the Marquis of Bowmont, eugenic
baby of Duke and Duchess of Box
burgh. Lincoln,- Neb. Frank B. Tobey, 80,
multi-millionaire, dead. Founded
Chicago Legal Aid Society.-
Washington. Consideration of La
Follette seamen's bilL regulating
hours and working conditions of sea
men who sign in American ports be
gun by senate.
Oakland, CaT Paul H. Watson,
stock broker, given 100 days In jafl.
for driving auto while intoxicated.
Philadelphia. Eighr women saved
from suicide by conference with Rev.
Zed Hetzel Copp on first day of his
"suicide clinic"- in Chocksink Presby-.
Plainfield, N. J. Miss Florence
Kirk, school teacher, asked to resign
because her sjit skirt attracted pupils
more than lessons.
New York. Julia Kasson, 9, told
Judge Costello she cut gold tails off
goldfish to get money because she
"only had two cents and some old
Seattle, Wash. Members of Alas
kan coal expedition unofficially state
there is sufficient fine coal in Ma-
tanuika coal fields of Alaska to war-T
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