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?"" DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN'
Milwaukee. Second complaint
charging Hugo Heller, president Hel
ler Piano Co., with forgery, and at
tempting to dispose of promissory
note for $850 issued by district attor
ney on complaint of Morris Werba,
Woodstock, Ont. Mrs. Grace
Beemer found not guilty of murder
ing husband and nephew by adminis
Milwaukee Dist. Att'y Yockey
says he will continue to investigate
cause of Goodyear rubber fire that
coost nine lives.
Benton Harbor, Mich. Judge
Bridgeman paroled George Corbet
and Clarence Chappell, two prisoners
who underwent operations at Evans
ton, HI., to cure them of ""moral tie-;
Bellaire, 0. While mother, too ill
to aid him, lay in bed and watched,
Clifford Arnett, 5, was so badly burn
ed he will die.
ed he will die. Playing with matches.
Florence, Wis. Fred Greenwood
instantly killed when rifle he was
Wheeling, W. Va. 800 employes
Postoria Glass WorkB went on strike
because company refused to reinstate'
man they claim was discharged for
New York.' Dr. Chas.. McB.urneyfJ
noted surgeon of New York, dead.
Toronto, Ont. Man believed to be
A. Levihe, Cleveland, 0?, refused ad
mittance to boarding house and hos
pital because of apparently intoxi
cated conditions, died in cell in police
station hour after arrested. Had in
voice for $50 from Chicago Handle
Bar Co., Shelby, O., addressed to him
self. New York. Miss Isabella Collins
was attacked in washroom on 14th
floor of Woolworth building in heart
of business district and struck over
head until she dropped unconscious.
Robbed of small sum of money and
London. Alfred Russell Wallace,
91, F. R. S:, one of .world's greatest
scientists, dead. Senility.
New York. Francis B Sayre, pros
pective son-in-law of Pres. Wilson,
appointed to official stanzas assistant
district attorney by District Atty.
St. aPul. Over 3,000 persons gave
Emmeline Pankhurst, British fire eat
er, tremendous ovation when she ap-
t peared on platform at auditorium.
Los Angeles. Four persons, killed,
one fatally injured and seven serious
ly hurt in auto collision.
San t Quentin, Cal. Abolition ol
striped uniforms on convicts one ol
last official acts of Warden 'Hoyle,
who intends to resign. Black marks
on caps 'and sleeves will designate
different classes of prisoners.
Cuba, N. Y. Cuba Lake being
dragged for bodies of John Coates,
70, WeUsville, veteran of Civil War,
and Ioyd Gardner, 29, Hornell,
drowned while fishing.
Altoona, III. Fearing blindness,
Herman Meyer, editor of Alton Ban
ner, suspended publication, burned
files dating from 1866, but did not
attempt to dispose of his paper.
Columbia, Mo. Scoring city for
allowing sidewalks to become over
grown with grass, members of Tues
day Club adjourned and with knives
and sod cutters set example of civic
Omaha, Neb. Mrsj A. M. Patter
son, Hunter, Kan., killed, and three
others seriously injured when two
Washington. First Santa Clatis
letter received from Mercer Tenn.,
boy who said he "just wahted Santa
to visit his three brothers and him
self." Liverpool. Mary Jane bowler left
entire fortune, $450,000, to Salvation
Butte, Mont. Elizabeth A. Earle,
New York golf enthusiast, obtained
Hivorce from Victor M.'32arle; brbth-j