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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Kenosha, Wis. Thirteen children
survive Mrs. Delilah Pegtey, 73, who
burned to. death when clothing
caught fire over kitchen stove.
Kankakee, ill. Sec'y- of State Bry
an informed Lyceum bureau manag
ers that he will not appear on lecture
' platform In 1914..
- Brownsville, Tex. Constitutional
ists concentrating forces to renew at-,
tack, on Monterey.
North Platte, Neb. Name of Mar
. ion Pitch, Kirksville, Mo., first drawn
'from pile of over 67,000 when Ne
braska land lottery onened.
Chippewa Falls, Wis.--Safe in
Bank of Dallas blown-open. $2,400
Indianapolis, Ind. Made insane'by
privations,, Enoch Cheek attempted
assassination of wife and four chil
dren. All escaped.
Denver, Col. Gov. Ammons advis
ed that two children had been killed
during fighting between strikers,
mine guards and deputies this morn
ing. - Milwaukee. Isaac Stephenson, Jr.,
Marinette.-nephew of U. S. Senator,
Stephenson, found dead on C. & N,
W. traih. Believed heart failure.
Washington-'--Government is at
tempting to settle street railway
strike at Indianapolis.
Zanesville, G.-One trainman kill
ed and two seriously injuredvhen B.
& O.train collided with switch en
gine. ' '
Madison,; Wis. Baker saloon li
cense law.'passed by state, legislature
last session, declared legal by Su
preme Court. , '
Loufevijle, Ky- Arthur B. Royden,
N. Y. bond salesman, .found wander
ing almost exhausted.' Asphasia.
Concord, N. H Gov. Felker grant
ed Thaw attorneys week extension in
which to'meet issues raised by New
v Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Earle
Maddock,N 16 and 14, youngest mar
ried couple here.
Washington. Rep. Mann, Chi
cago, father of food and drug act, vill
draft amendment to law xestrictlng
sale of bichloride of mercury.
Geneva, Switzerland Religious
wedding will take place this after
noon of Miss" Nancy Leishman and'
the Duke, of Croy, whose civil" mar
riage" occurred yesterday.
Philadelphia. Dan Crawford, mis
sionary .pioneer, Just back, from Af
rican jungle, where he spent 25 .years,
criticized our fast life, autos, sub
ways and airships.
Denver. James ''Nelson, alias
Frank: Allen.who terrorized city by
holding- up scare of men, confessed
he murdered Thos. "J. Chase in holdup
"because he didn't hold his hands up
fast enough." -
, 'New York. Tyyq factory owners
fined $60 eachone fined $20for lock-
f ing their factory doors during work
Winnipeg, Man. Canada Malting
Co.'s plant, together with 50,000
bushels of malt and barley destroyed
by fire. Loss $100,000.
Pontiacr III- Corporal punishment
at state reformatory supplanted by
merit system according to 'Acting
Supfc.. Truinbo. ' t r.
Washington. Dept. of Justice or
dered investigation into report that
United Cigar Stores are about. o
form combination with chahof Riker
Drug Stores. . i
London. Calling unprotected hat
pin deadly weapon Judge Jlarring
ton assessed woman $15,000 damages
for injuring another woman's cheek.
New York. Mrs. C. P. Huntington,
returning from Europepaid $2),Q0O
duty on $40,000 purchases. '.Record
customs duty.- , (
Philadelphia.4 False rumor by
drunkard who had everdrawn ac
count caused, $100,000 .run on Ken
sington .Trust Co
Duluth, Minn. High school in
structors learned cigarette-smoking
students were preserving "butts" dur-