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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Murphysboro, III. T. B. Turner,
brakeman, killed by train when negro
roustabout threw wrong switch.
Madison, Wis. More requests for
hunting licenses this year than ever
Washington. Sec'y of Treasury
McAdoo celebrated 50th birthday.
Madison, Wis. John Davenport,
Kilbourne, died of pellagra. Officials
Minneapolis. "Rube" Waddell,
former star ballplayer, denies he is
victim of tuberculosis.
London. Percy Lambert, famous
motor car driver, killed in accident
at Brookland race track.
Pittsfield, Mass. Any.farmer who
finds fawns or deer milking his cows
in pasture or barn may shoot the ani
mals, according to decision -of state
New York. Chrysanthemum plant
more than 7 feet high and 16 feet in
''diameter, bearing more than 2,000
blossoms, will be exhibited at show in
Museum of Natural History.
Washington. ''Chick" Gandil, first
baseman of American League Sena
tors, turned down vaudeville offer of
$500 a week.
Olivet, Mich., Pres. Lancaster of
Olivet College says no girl is thor
oughly trained to teach school unless
she knows game of baseball.
Lima, O. Because his' "four sons
urged .that guardian be appointed for
him, Philip Engle, 79, wealthy farm
er, married his niece, Mary Denison,
Columbus, O. With temperature
below freezing Fred Schubert was re-fl
lieved of mpney, overcome, vest, trous
ers and shirt by footpad who let hirn
keep His necktie.
Paris. Government preparing ex
tra police guards in Paris and other
large cities of republic anticipating
trouble when revolutionists and So
cialists hold promised anti-militarist
demonstration as protest against
three-year army law,
London. Queen Mother Alexan
dra ordered candles burned in Sand
ringham church. Queen Mary order
ed them out. Archbishop of Canter
bury settled it by ordering candle
sticks left, but no candles.
Rome. Intimate friends of Duka
of the Abruzzi said he released Miss
Katherine diking from engagement '
only when he failed to get Albanian
throne few months ago.
St. Louis. Three daughters of lata
Adolphus Busch, millionaire brewer,
left income of $1,000 a day. f
Paris. Lieut. Refikadif, a Turk
offered to take up Bulgarian Lieuteni
ant Torkof's challenge to Pierre Loti
who is 65, and French duellists are
bidding eagerly for chance to defenjjj
New York. Eva Barucher, 8, is?
dying from burns received when shq
tried to .rescue dolly accidentally
dropped in bonfire. J
' Boston. Because Boston beaneryi
charged 15 cents for dish of 42 beans
Joe Mach stoned place and was sen-j
tenced to two months in house of!
New York. A man's arm was vain
ued at $20,000, leg at $10,000 and lifaj
at $7,000 by juries in Supreme CourlJ
hearing, three cases.
Washington. Pres. Wilson receive
ed fat possum from ante-bellum neJ"
gro of McFarlan, S. C.
New York. Two workmen injured?
in explosion caused by workman who
penetrated gas main with pick.
Kaukauna, Wis. Holy Cross
church, one of the largest in North
ern Wisconsin, destroyed by fire
Columbus, O. Chas. J. .Warriner,
extreas. Big Four Railroad,' sentenc
ed to six years in prison for embez
zlement, released after serving three
years and ten months.
Lexington, Ky. Engineer John
Murier killed, fireman and brakeman
injured when engine and seven cars