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child from under Grant's auto while
he and wife were touring in Kansas
Muncie, Ind. Ben Utte, Newcas
tle, motorman, instantly killed in
head-on collision between two inter
New York. Four super dread
noughts, Wyoming, Arkansas, Utah
and Florida ended Mediterranean
New Haven, Conn. Ex-Pres. Taft
in speech advocated establishment of
tribunal to investigate industrial
strikes, report findings and leave set
tlement to public opinion. Declared
himself opposed to compulsory ar
bitration. Salt Lake, Utah. Rafael Lopez,
slayer of six men, not yet found. If
in Andy tunnel of Apex mine will
soon starve to death.
Berlin. Four known dead, 15 se
riously injured, 30 slightly injured
when rock tunnel caved in while pas
senger train was going through.
Johnstown, Pa. Three men prob
ably fatally injured, thousands of
windows shattered when ladle of mol
ten steel was bumped from railroad
track in Cambria Steel Company's
mill yard into Conemaugh river.
Metal was tossed 500 feet in air.
London. Her arm in sling sprain-,
ed in last night's suffraget riot, Miss
Zelie Emerson, American -suffraget,
formerly of Jackson, Mich., held for
WHAT'S YOUR TITLE, MEN?
To keep American girls from chas
ing titled foreigners, Mrs. Grace Reed
of the Political Equality League today
suggested the creation of a few
"Duke' of the Boulevard Links,"
"Count of the Lake Front" and "Mar
quis de Jackson Park" were titles she
thought appropriate for Chicago men.
"Surely our girls can find "hus
bands just as unprincipled and needy
on this side of the water," observed
BROTHER SEARCHES FOR MISS
Robert McCann, brother of Miss
Jessie McCann, who disappeared
from her Brooklyn home December
4. He hopes that if his sister is a
victim of aphasia, this photograph,
published by the papers of all cities,
will, if she sees it, restore her mem
ory and bring her Dack to her dis
MINERS STANDING FIRM
Yanco Terzich of Angel's Camp,
California, and member of the execu
tive board of the Western Federation
of Miners, arrived in Chicago today
from Calumet, Mich. He will be here
a few. days and then attend aboard
meeting at Denver, after which he
will return to Calumet.
Mr. Terzich says the striking min
ers are standing firm in spite of the
desperate efforts of the Citizens' Al
liancer the gunmen and mine man-,
agers to break the strike.
Chinese streets are always mads
crooked to keep the evil spirits out,