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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Plymouth, Eng. Not expected
that sunken submarine A-7 with its
eleven dead will be raised before
Sunday. Imbedded-in 20 feet of sand.
Washington. Sec'y"bf Labor Wil
son sent endorsement of Asiatic ex
clusion bill to Congress. Claims
Asiatic aliens compete with unskilled
and skilled American laborers.
Salem, Mass. Wm. A. Dorr,
Stockton, CaL, convicted of murder
of George E. Marsh in auto between
Salem andlLynn, April 10, 1912, to
die in electric chair March 22.
Mount Clemens. Mich. F. B. Con
ger found dead in Hotel Sherman.
Cause not known.
Philadelphia. M. J. Carmody,
water tender on torpedo boat de1
stroyer Roe, injured by explosion.
Woodward, la. Mrs. Chester
Aime, wife of manager Mutual Tele
phone Company, dead " from burns.
Liverpool. Nineteen men charged
with mutiny, arrested on board liner
Deconian. Difference arose between
union and unorganized men among
Springfield, Mo. C. B. Rosaland,
27, arrested for complicity in murder
of -Charles Nichols, teller in Omaha
Clinton. "Parental Club" organ
ized to "devise a plan for economy
in dress of high school graduates."
Decatur, III. Louis Foster found'
dead in own yard with chest full of
knife wounds. Fred Putman surren
dered and admitted killing. Family
Decatur, III. "If my wife writes
for me to come back I will return,"
was word sent by Mont Schultz to
his wife, whom he left seven years
ago. She has not decided what she
Antigo, Wis. George Durler plead
ed guilty to burglary charge before
Judge Hogan. Two years in pen.
New York. Margaret Lima, 15,
found guilty of shooting Meyer Sim-
mons. Said he had refused to mar
ry her. He denied ever having seen
her. Sentenced Tuesday.
Washington. House killed, provi
sion taking 2,400 assistant post
masters out of civil service.
New York. Mrs. C. H. Keene
found almost dead from starvation
in tenement. Had eaten nothing but
crusts for five weeks.
New York. Offer of 50 cents
worth of toilet articles free brought
21,000 women out. Police reserves
New York. Mrs. Mary Blair Bro
kaw awarded absolute divorce and
$15,000 year alimony from W. Gould
New York. Mrs. John F. Tappin,
wife of police captain, and two other,
women injured when auto turned
Glasgow, Scotland. Building and
some-of most valuable rare plants in
Great Britain destroyed by bomb in.
Kebble palace botanical gardens.
Dayton, O. Fire destroyed Gem.
City Machine Co. plant and building
occupied by Amer. Pure Coffee and
Spice Co. Loss $150,000.
Washington. By vote of 44 to 7
Senate provided that president may
lease Alaska railroad if he should see
fit. Washington. Executive order was
issued providing anti-tipping regula--tion
for the canal zone.
Panama. Col. Goethals denied he
had' accepted Mayor Mitchell's offer,
of N. Y. police commissionership. Will;
not leave Panama unless asked to.
Hillsdale, Mich. Geo. Hannihg,
28, shot himself through heart rath
er than return to Jackson and face,
charge of larceny.
Zion City, III. If followers of John,
Dowey quarrel, each will have . to.
wash each other's feet in public by
proclamation of Overseer Voliva.
Philadelphia, Pa. Frank Donogan,
Frank O'Brien and unidentified girl,