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EVERYWHERE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Washington. Pres. Wilson says he
will not appoint new federal reserve
board for several weeks.
New York. Mrs. Priscilla D.
Hackstaff, 64; prominent in suffrage
Erie, Pa. Geo. Livingston, known
world over as "A No. 1," the king of
tramps, will be married to Miss Mary
Rock island, III. Five indictments
returned against Sheriff 0. L. Bruner,
charging bribery, escape, embezzle
ment and two counts on larceny.
Columbus, O. Senator Kenyon,
Iowa, declares loss to U. S. through
hog cholera last year was one bil
lion pounds of pork.
Winnipeg, Man. Marie Lloyd, En
glish actress, may not be permanent
ly scarred by carbolic acid she used
by mistake for face lotion. .Police
investigating who substituted acid.
Omaha, Neb. Three men, all un
der 19, shot and killed Harry E.
Nickell, railroad teller Omaha Nat'l
Bank, seriously wounded unidentified
man, robbed doen persons' and es
caped with money and jewels worth
$8,000, in resort run by Hafiflfififififi
$8,000, in resort run by Hael McVey.
Philadelphia. Mrs. S. Weir Mitch
ell, wife of late neurologist and au
thor, died 11 days after death of hus
band. Rochelle Park. Daniel McMullen,
postmaster, grocer and. coal man,
was held up for 25th time, between
his office and home. Beaten and rob
bed. Paris. Mile. Napierkowska, Rus
sian dancer, got $2,000 damages from
Italian newspaper that accused her
of causing suicide of four young
Washington. Pres. Wilson will not
permit creation of price establishing
bureau under proposed anti-trust
Boston. Fourteen members of
ship Grace Mertine were picked up at
sea by schooner A. W. Perry
Washington. John Skelton Wil
liams' record is clear, according to
Chairman Owen, who stated commit
tee would probably recommend his
appointment as comptroller of the
Washington. Pres. Wilson sent
second telegram of sympathy to Em
peror of Japan asking if there was
any way Americans could help.
Indianapolis, Ind. Miners and
operators' conference Feb. 3, to con
sider new wage agreement and pre
ventfiuspension of work in Indiana,.
Illinois, Ohio and Western Pennsyl
vania coal fields.
Washington. Appeal for public
contributions for Japan's volcanic
victims issued by Pres. Wilson, as
president of Bed Cross.
Washington. Pres. Wilson receiv
ed Earl of Kintore, who is visiting
country in behalf of Anglo-American
peace exposition, to be held in Lon
don. New York. William T. Jerome,
ex-district attorney of N. Y leading
fight to return Harry K. Thaw to
Matteawan, receiving anonymous
letters threatening death if he doesn't
Washington. Senator Owens, fol
lowing visit to Pres. Wilson, said at
tempt will be made to force drastic
reform in conduct of affairs of N. Y..
stock exchange. Senate banking
committee will begin public hearings
Feb. 4 on bills imposing severe penal
ties for use of mails in connection
with speculative transactions.
Waterloo, la. J. T. Ryan, agent
for Rock Island Railroad and Frank'
J. Baker, ticket clerk, arrested charg
ed with embezzlement.
Lincoln, III. County Clerk Harry
Ryan adjudged insane. Worried be
cause chickens failed to win prizes in
New York. John Proscobier 21,
for whom police of Chicago and
Pittsburgh have been searching, arrested.