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he would consider- women's protest
against forcible feeding of women
Greeley, Col. Damages estimated
at $100,000 resulted from breaking
of Horse Creek reservoir of Henrylyn
Washington. Nearly all govern
ment officials from Pres. Wilson down
wore red carnations yesterday in
memory of late President McKinley.
It was his birthday.
Pekin. Worship of Heaven and
Confucius became state religion of
Chinese republic by bill making that
religion of president of China.
Vera Cruz. Reported La Emetrio
De aL Garza and Gen. Ramon Ca
rona, two distinguished Mexican law
yers, will go to Washington unoffi
cially to endeavor to convince Pres,
Wilson of Huerta's claim to recog
Washington. Announcement that
Pres. Oneste has formally resigned
: c .Jcncy of Haiti cabled to navy de
Washington. Fortifications appro
priations bill carrying $5,000,000, in
cluding $457,000 for;new sea coast
fortifications in Hawaii and $30,000
for enlarging fortifications in Philip
pines passed by House.
Shanghai. Large section of city
of Liuan-Chow sacked and burned
by brigands. .
New York. Riin on banks for
Savings result of rumors. $300,000
drawn out before depositors were sat
isfied ban kwas sound. Second old
est bank of its kind in country. Sur
plus more than $10,750,000.
New York. Lonely and pining for
a "little sister," Ethel McDermott
kidnaped Hope Glover, 5. Kept her
night and two days while police
Washington. Earthquake shock
of pronounced intensity registered on
Georgetown' University seismo
graphs. Estimated center of shocks
about l,90tt miles distant
Detroit. Maud Heston, 26, arrest
ed chargecTwith transporting Mary
Miller, 17, of Lexington, Ky to De
troit for immoral purposes in viola
tion of Mann white slave act
Washington. Pres. Wilson in
sistent that not less than two new
battleships be built next year.
Como, Italy. Giovianni Porzia,
chief defender Porter Charlton,
awaiting trial for murder of wife in
1910, withdrew from case because
Charlton family was unable to pay
retainer he demanded.
Woburn, Mass. Fire destroyed
big Murdock tannery and damaged
several other buildings. Loss $100,
000. San Diego, Cal. Feared that P. W.
Harwood, newspaper reporter from
Oakland and Mortimer Miller have
been slain by Mexican- federal sol
diers under notorious "fugitive law."
New York. 1 dead, river and Har
bor traffic completely tied up. result
of heavy fog.
REGAN DEATH DRAGGED INTO
VOTE FRAUD CASE
The mysterious death of James
Regan in the drainage canal last
summer entered inta the vote fraud
cases yesterday. Regan's body was
found in the' water a few days after
he had testified before the special
grand jury in connction with the 20th
Out of the 20th ward mess were
returned indictments against Morris
Abrahams, Harry Pestine and Men
del and Harry Gerber. It was re
ported that Regan was to have been -a
star witness for .the state.
At the time off his death it was
given out that Regan was drqwned
when his rowboat overturned. '
"Reg'an gave very important tes
timony before the grand jury," said
Special Prosecutor Northup. "It was
told me later that a persistent effort
was made on the West Side to find
out just what testimony he gave. A
short time later his body was found."
Andrew Wolf, Lake -Villa, gored by
.boar. Leg may be. amputated.