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; ,- WHAT HAPPENED
Bloomington, Jll. John Burton
found guilty of manslaughter in con
nection with death of George Gott
LaCrosse, Wis. Albert Blank held
hand over muzzle of automatic gun
while .he pulled trigger. Lost hand.'
. Muncie, Ind. John Nichols, freight
..conductor, killed, two brakemen in
jured, when caboose jumped .tra'ck..
New York. District Att'y Whhy
man says if John A. Hennessy makes
-further charges of graft against'
. cTammany he will be asked to repeat
"them to grand jury.
Brooklyn. Countess of Carlyle re
elected president of W. C. T. IT. of
New York. Isaac-Levy, who took
bichloride 'of mercury for headache,
s r Washington. Congressional ac
tion in restricting sale of bichloride
of mercury tablets asked by Coroner
Feinberg, New York.
Gorham, lll-Mr. Koch Raddle, III.,-
biiul in ear, arm auu urea&i aim bcv-
eral other passengers wounded when,
'man fired oa-a Cotton Belt passen
ger train near mcuiue.
Lackawanna, ll, Y. 700 pupils lo
cal high school declared strike until
revision of sehools hours is accorded.
Washington. Government "con
science fund" received contribution,
of one cent to pay for stolen box of.
matches. . '
New York. Mary Garden, opera,
singer, arrived wearing little blue lid
she called "Napoleon" and swinging'
Mobile, Ala. Pres. Wilson, in ad-
dress here today, declared that "the
United States will never seek another'
foot of territory by conquest and she
must see to it that "no other nation
does it on this hemisphere."
Batavia, N. Y. His left forefinger
amputated -when bottle of beer ex
ploded, R. A. Ridder entered suit for
$3,000 against employer, Squire N.'(
Durham, brewer. -
Berlin. Navy Department ordered
German cruiser Nuernberg, now at
Yokohama.'to' proceed across-the Pa
cific to Mazatlan, on Mexican west
coast. 'Warship will remain there
until quiet is restored in Mexico.
Warsaw, N. Y-Montford Pfaff,
junior In Alfred University, fined $3
for helping paint fellow student with
iodine and pepperv
Detroit J. P. Green, Chicago, es
caped down fire escape from Hotel
Pontchartrain, wearing night shirtj
silk hat 'and' frock coat, when firei s
New York. Mrs." Margaret Pow
'era, 24, attempted suicide by shoots
ing because she was only "a bird inj
a gilded cage." j
Boston-Travers Jerome- declared
Evelyn Nesbit. Thaw "never had a
chance," and as she must make living;
in some way is justified in going onj
Hillsboro, N. D. Lee Anderson
may die pf .peculiar nervous laugh
which always .attacks him while eaw
ing. . " J
Washington. Atlantic fleet wiH
assemble off Panama in February in,'
war game to test fortifications guards
ing canal. j
New York. Aigrettes valued afl
$600 taken from hat of Miss Ednaj
McLaughlin by customs Inspectors, j
New York. Seven men and fiva
women badly bruised when elevator!
fell seven floors in" loft building' atj
129 W. 29th st
Mobile, Ala. Pres. Wilson received
warmest welcome since his election,
London. Militant suffragets burn
ed unoccupied country home of T.
McKenna, brother of home secretary
Lincoln, Neb. Eleven sororities of
University of Nebraska have asked
that they be allowed to 'dance tango.
Concord, N. H. Hearing will be
held late this 'afternoon before Gov,
feurer on we question oi "continue
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