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E VERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Washington. Houso passed reso
lution deploring death of Col. Gail
lard, Culebra Cut engineer, and
(jfty granted year's salary to his, widow.
Budapest. Ex-member of parlia
ment threw inkstand at premier of
Hungary three years ago. Just sen
tenced to 30 days in jail.
Berlin. Lieut Von Forstner,
young commander who caused Al
satian riots at Zabern, received 30
duel challenges from students.
Bellefontaine, O. Miss Clara Bak
er wrote note on egg packed five
years ago inviting romance. Receiv
ed answer from N. Y. man today.
Wanted to know age of eggs.
New York. Frank H. Pierce, at
torney, missed overcoat after finish
ing, meal. Got legal papers back with
note, "Thanks for coat."
London. Mrs. Sarah Egglestone
left $40,000 in trust for her dog,
j Washington. Andrew Carnegie
characterized as "tommyrot" recent
reports of impending widespread
business depression in II. S.
Indianapolis.. Miss Emily E.
Rhoades, supt of State Woman's
Washington. Number of senators
reading novels of Brand Whitlock,
ex-mayor Toledo, recently nominated
minister to Belgium. Want to make
sure he didn't write anything objec
tionable. Granite City, III. Durberth Nich
$ ols, 17, arrested for theft of $32.
Wanted to go to mother in Birming
ham, Ala., for ChristmaB.
Cincinnati. Frank Selier, 30, con
fessed robbing 27 churches in Cin
cinnati. Got $500 from contribution
New York. Robert G. McCann,
father of missing Jessie McGann, re
newed offer of $1,000 reward for. in
formation concerning-her. No clues.
New York. Dr. Maria Montessori,
noted child educator, will visit Chi
cago next week. ,
Washington. Pdstmaster Gen.
Burleson received letter from "Young
and old of Springfield', 111.," asking
for mail box on corner of Fourth St.
Racine. Old rookery, condemned
by fire chief, was once residence of
Sen. Doolittle and sheltered Abe Lin
coln. Philadelphia. Dr. James McAllis
ter, ex-supt. public schools and, re
cently president Drexel Institute, died
on liner Carribean.
Washington. Restoration of "ar
my canteen," as back fire against
"dry" agitation, planned by anti-prohibitionists.
Wahoo, Neb-Mrs. Maggie John
son, who attempted suicide yester
day, found guilty of manslaughter
for killing of husband. Penalty 1 to
Kansas City, Mo. Gaby Deslys
ordered by chief of police to put on
more clothes and tone down play.
Albany. Senate passed work
men's compensation measure.
Waseca, Minn. Julius Sotebeer,
61, carpenter, and wife,' 63, found
dead in bed. Coal gas.
Albany. Impeachment of Gov.
Sulzer cost N. Y. state $153,400.
Washington. Dis't Att'y-Gen. Mc
Reynolds says his department will
make it smain fight under Mann law
on commercialized vice, although
"private escapades" will not-be be
yond pale of department work.
New Orleans. Lone bandit con
cealed himself in express car on
Southern Pacific train. Knocked mes
senger unconscious. Escaped with
Once a visitor was narrating a case
he had just heard in court. -This was
his way of expressing his meaning;
"At this point," said the narrator,
"she broke down and wept scalding
tears." "My goodness!" exclaimed a
listener. "She must have been boiling
over with rage."