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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
East Liverpool, 0. Gangs of lab
orers sent to Speidel to release
freight train of Baltimore & Ohio
caught in snow drift.
Columbus, O. Steam and electric
rail traffic at standstill in many parts
of state due to heavy storm.
Pittsburgh. Snow storm swept
city breaking November record.
Trains Stalled. Telegraph and tele
phone communication broken.
Springfield, 0. Twice tried for
murder of his wife, jury disagreeing
both times, Arthur B. Smith was re
leased on bond.
Ogden, Utah. David Edwards, de
tective, shot and mortally wounded
while on way to capture blackhand
ers who have been blackmailing rich
men for several years.
Denver. S. S. Campbell, C. A.
Robinson and H. J. Olsson, New
York, officials of Bell Telephone Co.,
injured when auto turned turtle.
Decatur, III. Million and a half
dollars will be appropriated for for
eign missions by board of foreign
missions of M.'E. church.
Calumet, Mich. Large lake liner,
name unknown, aground on Manitou
Island in Lake superior. 55-mile an
hour gale makes reseue impossible.
Alpena, Mich. All Northern Mich
igan buried in snow.
Washington. Supreme Court de
clared valid federal "hours of service
law," prohibiting railroads from
working trainmen more than 16 con
Pittsburgh. Reports reaching this
city from points as far south as
Wheeling and as far north as Erie
indicate that blizzard without No
vember precedent is sweeping this
section of country.
Falls Creek, ' Pa. Elizabeth U.
Stratton, 18, dressed in brother's
clothes to see world. Pound by father
at work in brickyard. Home.
Pittsburgh. Grant Southworth,
25, lineman, blown from top of tele
graph pole. Dead.
Madison, Wis. Edward Milliman,
32, dead, and Otto Scholl, dying from
burns received in boiler in U. S. Sugai
Co. Fair Oaks refinery.
Columbus, 0. Mrs. Catherine
Stubenrauch, 43, suicided when doc
tors told her she might die at any
time from high blood pressure.
Columbus, O. Herley Poindexter,
negro, given 30 days in jail for assault
and battery because he went home
drunk and smashed the talking ma
chinei Sebastopol, Russia. Gen. Dedulin
personal aide-de-camp to Czar, found;
dead in room at watering place.
Washington. Miss Genevieve
Clark didn't go to New York to puri
chase -wedding gift which the Housq
will give Miss Jessie Wilson. She was;
just having fun with reporters. Re-
publican Leader Mann will purchased
Champaign, III. Mrs. Cora Steph
entered state's attorney's office to!
sign affidavit charging husband with;
desertion. Paw moments later gave
birth to boy.
Havana. Felix Diaz indicted for;
shooting Pedro Guerrero when a.U
tacked and stabbed in neck.
Peoria, III. Mrs. Grace Wilbur
Trout re-elected president Illinois;
Equal Suffrage Association.
Milwaukee. Stephen Wolff, who
attacked wife with axe, sentenced to
three years in Waupun. His wife, a
German, will be deported.
Milwaukee. Special verbal report
to Gov. McGovern by Clem P. Host,
state fire marshal, declares Goodyear
Rubber Co. fire was accidental.
Madison, Wis. Frank Doolittle,
Odena, sentenced to 30 days in jail
on charge of introducing'liquor on an
East St. Louis, III. 59 additional
indictments returned by grand jury
against nine officials and former of
ficials charging graft.
Centralia, III. Resisting arrest for
wife murder, Sam Sherman, negro,
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