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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Baraboo, Wis.--Edna Corbin, 30,
daughter of ex-Sheriff Corbin,sui
clded. New York.. Cesaro Conti, private
banker, steamship and railroad ticket
. agent , who maintains immigrant
banks in seven cities, made assign
ment for benefit of creditors.
Washington. Use of abandoned
military, naval and other government
buildings and stations as sites for
government tuberculosis hospitals,
proposed in bill introduced by Sen.
London. Another attempt to as
sassinate King Alfonso of Spain re
Davenport, la. Unable to hear
approaching switch 'engine because
of deafness, Mrs. Belle Schrneltzer,
Battle Creek, Mich. Toasted corn
and wheat flakes scattered through
Michigan Central Railroad yards
when freight train ploughed into ex
press truck left standing on tracks.
Lincolni Neb.-!-MoIcher Leubben,
Pres. First Nat'l Bank, Sutton, Neb.,
indicted -on charge of embezzling
$20,000 from bank.
New York. aBttleships North Da
kota and Arkansas quarantined.
Indianapolis. Robt. L. Dorsey,
wealthy manufacturer, driving big
auto, ran down and killed Mrs. Law
rence T. Wheeler.
Cleveland. John D. Rockefeller
has not yet obeyed demand of coun
ty tax commissioner that he pay $12,
000,000 in personal property taxes.
Lima, Peru. 80 killed and wound
ed in battle which deposed Pres.
Guillenno Billinghurst. No succes
New York. "Every time man buys
drink he should pay wife twice as
much as he spends for liquor," ac
cording to Magistrate Freschi, who
sentenced Frank Conway for drunk
New York Totally blind, Wm.
Schenck, 18, will enter Columbia Law
School. Has state scholarship which
provides for reader to help him study.
New York. Burglars looted Cen
tral Consumers' Wine and Liquor Co.
of $10,000 bottled goods.
London. Albert medal given .po
liceman who prevented dynamiting
of House of Commons in 1885
brought $375 at auction.
London. Sir Ernest Shackleton,
planning South Polar dash, refused
to take with him men under 30 or
over 40 years of age.
London. Sir William Ramsay
scientist, publicly announced opinion
that unfit s"hould be left to die and
that there is too much coddling of
Washington. Senate rejected
claim of Frank P. Glass, Alabama, to
seat in Senate.
New York. Indications of serious
unrest still existing in British union
of South Africa evidenced by notice
of Commercial Cable Co. that all
cablegrams to South Africa would bo
subject to censorship.
New York. Carl H. Cray resigned
as president of Great Northern Rail
road, according to report.
Washington. Burnett immigra
tion bill, chief features of which are
literacy test and provisions barring
militant suffragets and anarchists,
passed by House.
Washington. Reported Oreste Za
mor, victorious Haitian rebel leader,
dispatched committee to Port au
Prince to request permission of local
authorities, to enter city.
New York Statement issued that
committee is working on plans to do
away with Iowa and New Jersey hold
ing companies of Rock Island Rail
road. Nice, France Elsa Ludwig, 18, of
San Francisco, died from bichloride
of mercury she took two weeks ago.
Washington. Pres. Wilson ex
pressed hope that probe of Colorado