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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRg AND CABLE
Decatur, III. Farmers in Macon
and surrounding country beginning
spring plowing for oats and corn.
Mattoon, III. Helen, Martin, 5,
ourned to death when father's house
was destroyed by fire. Parents away.
Washington. Senate adopted rec
ommendation of committee that
Blair Lee be seated as senator from
Pour au Prince, Haiti. American
marines from battleship Montana
guarded American legation, French
hospital and cable station.
Bangor, Me. Fire destroyed plant
of Bangor News.
Washington. Body of ex-Senator
Shelby M. Cullom will be taken to
Springfield, HI., for burial.
New York. Marion Gaynor, 16,
daughter late Mayor Wm. J: Gaynor,
and Ralph R. Isham, 23, married.
Yreka, Cal. Max B. Hoppengam
er and Thos. D. Hugh, mining men,
fought pistol duel. Hoppengamer dy
ing. His divorced wife acted as sec
ond for both men.
Detroit, Mich. Michigan "Blue
Sky" law, characterized as best in
existence in any state in union, de
clared unconstitutional by U. S. cir
St. Louis. Cecil Newton, 14, and
Isis Gines, 14, eloped at recess. Ar
rested before they reached minister.
Vera Cruz. Charged with revo
lutionary plotting, Col. Ollesio Ro
bles, ex-chief of police in Mexico
City, thrown into prison with Major
Los Angeles. Theodore Cenny,
English candidate for naturalization,
never had heard of constitution.
Paris. Spanish infanta Eulalia,
novelist, shop-keeper and beauty doc
tor, smoked six cigarettes during
Hammond, Ind. Attempt of Wal
ter Voch to Mss Mrs. John Lajesky
the bride at wedding resulted in in
jury to 16 persons. Bridegroom's skiHl
London. Bernard Shaw wrote
satirical skit on Marconi scandal
which he characterized "Utter. Non
sense." Critics agreed with him. .
Paris. Professional tango -teacher
brought $4,000 damage suit againBt
Archbishop of Paris who banned the
New York Failure of lobster
crop, sea and Wall street, forced Cafe
de Paris into bankruptcy.
Webster, Mass. Marcus W. Wood,
philosopher, who allowed himself and
wife nine cents a day for food, dead.
Johnstown, Pa. Three dead, one
seriously injured when Pennsylvania
passenger train No. 19 ploughed into
Butler, Pa. Russian who gave
name of John Miller when arrested
for highway robbery and suicided in
jail, believed to be Henry Roskowski,
youthful West Homestead desperado,
who shot and killed three persons,
wounded another and caused suicide
of his mother.
Washington. Government owner
ship of a radium extracting plant will
be proposed in bill which the House
mines cbmmittee will introduce to
day. Manchester, N. H. Fire destroyed
two department stores, injured four
firemen. Loss $250,000.
CRASH! TWO KILLED
Johnstown, Pa., Jan. 29 Two
men were instantly killed, one fatal
ly injured and three others hurt
when Pennsylvania passenger train
No. 19 ploughed into a freight train.
The dead are: Alex Ritchie, Har
ry Lichliter, brakeman, Youngwood;
H. B. Parnell, flagman. . The injured
are Edward Church and, Mrs. Ed
ward Church, Pittsburgh, and Harry
Police grabbed auto and chased, ne
gro bandits. Walter Peters, 3339
Forest av., arrested.