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ance of the decisionon Thaw's extra
dition. William T. Jerome will pro
test against granting of the continu
'ance. Detroit. Hats worth $1,000 worn
by Detroit women returning from
Canada' shopping expedition confis
cated because they bore plumage
forbidden to be imported under new
Dallas, Tex. Government secret
service men received telegraphic or
ders to report for duty at Laredo. Re-
Dorted trooDs have been ordered
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Fort Smith, Ark. Mrs. Lucille F.
Jones, 23, Minneapolis, died in local
hotel from morphine. Taken to re
lieve stomach illness or suicidal.
St. Paul. Freddie Undes, 4, killed
by heavy truck that ran over little
road wagon drawn by bulldog.
Chippewa Falls, Wis. Alfred Hu
dett, 72, former cook in lumber camp,
suicided. Unable to find work.
Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Charlotte
Nelson suing locomotive engineer for
$1,990 for imprinting kiss without her
Los Angeles. Clerk Thomas K.
Hughes found box of cigars on desk
sent by "blonde" after he had said
"brunettes are reason why men leave
Pittsburgh. Preachers announced
from pulpits organization of Billy
Sunday stock company. Offered
stock at $1 a share to promote com
ing Sunday revival.
Pittsburgh. Panic in trolley car
resulted when garter snake Umbered
up in Willie Reiss' cap and started
after squealing field mice in Willie's
New York. Mrs. Herbert L. Sat
terlee, daughter of late J. P. Mor
gan, fitted up model flat to teach girls
housekeeping and men how to be
come model husbands.
Denver. Sheriff J. F. McAfee
found $200 diamond stuck in rubber
.heel of Ifis shoe.
Norfolk, Va. Customs- officials
awaiting arrival of Emma Angell,.
French schooner ., believed to have
$100,000 worth of Paris gowns
aboard to" be smuggled into country.
Halifax, N. S. New island, 16
miles east of Sabel Island, famous
after sinking of Titanic, has been
''discovered" and reported to Cana
New York. Helen Orway and sis
ter, Mrs. Richard Tunison, daughters
of millionaire, won wager madewith
father that they could walk 'from
New York to Peekskill and return in
Washington. Six months chop
ping wood in workhouse penalty 'Ed
ward Broadax is paying for kissing
another man's wife.
Boston. Rear Admiral Maynard,
GUARDS AND MINERS IN LONG
BATTLE ONE KILLED
Denver, Col., Oct. -27. One guard
was killed and eight others seriously
wounded in a twelve-hour battle be
tween mine guards and striking min
The fight resulted when guards, en
route to their camp, encountered a
crowd of strikers at a railroad bridge.
The guards assert that the strikers
fired a volley.
Gov. Amnions says he suspended
action in delation to sending militia
into the territory, hoping that the
strike may be terminated by agree
ment of both parties.
Washington. Union miners wired
to Rep. Keating of Colorado that the
sheriff has made his office an "ad
junct" of the Colorado Fuel Com
pany, and that "respectable citizens
are no longer safe in the presence of
these licensed murderers."
Calumet, Mich. Seventy-eight
union miners have been arrested and
taken to the county jail charged with
"contempt of court," militiamen as
serting that the miners violated the
Supreme Court injunction against
picketing. - ,