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Indianapolis. L. T. Jarvis, 39,
found dead in auto. Believed frozen.
New York. Tom Sharkey, prize
fighter, given. 30 days in penitentiary
and $500 fine. on charge of running
Milwaukee. Fire on steamer Fer
dinand Schleisinger. $200 damage.
Washington. American fanners
owe $6,000,000,000, of which $2,000,
.000,000 are secured by mortgages on
their farms, according to estimates
given by Sen. Fletcher:
Sherman, Wis.-r-4-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor knocked
prop from under wagon pox, which
fell on him. Dead.'
Sioux City, la. Henry Cousins, 3,
and half-sister, Virginia, 14, suffo
cated while mother was in police
court where husband, a negro, was
held on charge of gambling.
Galesburg, III. Geo. Bones, 35,
frozen to death.
Santa Monica, Cal. Six persons
injured, two probably fatally, when
auto skidded and overturned.
Madison, Wis. Eight cases of
scarlet fever in Madison jail.
Lafayette, Ind. Chas. Ketcham,
77, of Indiana State Soldiers' Home,
probably fatally injured when struck
Petersburg, Ind. Search being
made for James Taylor, who mur
dered step-brother, 14, while intox
icated. Detroit. Peter Sweda,31, maniac,
arrested after he beat wife over head
with heavy flatiron.- Woman dying.
Mexico City. Gen. Huerta paid
$1,000,000 pesos, or $500,000 to Jap
anese manufacturer of ammunition.
Drafts on London and Paris banks.
Lexington, Ky. Rev. Robert M.
Cassie, dean) of Christ Church Cathe
dral, announced he will not solemn
ize marriages unless bridegroom pre
sents health certificate signed ' by
family doctor of the bride.
Ashtabula, O. 32 men on car ferry
been marooned for 36 hours two
miles out in Lake Erie by ice.
Blopmington, III. Police search
ing for man who tried to get $500
from John Flynn, clerk in Illinois
Dharmacv: bv renresentiner he hnrl
fought the place. Gave name as D.
:B. Sampson. Detroit.
San Diego. Lieut. Carberry of U.
S. army aero corps broke American
military record for altitude: Ascend
ed 8,700 feet.
Washington. House passed Lever
bill appropriating $5.00,000 to aid
.government in fighting"'hdg cholera
and $100 for extermlnafldn of dou
rine, a horse malady, '-SsSKr'
( Washington. Speaker Clamp
Clark confined to horiie with heavy
New York. Cuban steamship Yu
muri attempting to make pQrt during
violent snowstorm, went aground
mile northeast of Sandy Hook.
FIFTEEN INCHES OF THE WHITE
FLUFFY STUFF IN NEW YORK
New York, Feb. 17. Following the
storms of Friday and Saturday, a
snowfally of five inches yesterday has
left a fifteen-inch blanket and traffic
is now entirely suspended.
20,000 men were endeavoring to
clear away the blockades of last
week, but the new fall covered the
streets faster than the old drifts
could be removed.
Over 300 men of the army of the
unemployed marched on the city hau
to protest to Mavor Mitchell herons
they said they had not been permitted
to nu out applications for jobs at the
ciy's employment bureau.
The worst of the storm is believed
over, but, with the most favorable
conditions nrevailine. official"? declare
it will take ten davs and more than
$500,000 to clean up the city.
Gus Mavers.2123 Lewis st.. handed
self in cell at W. 13th st. Dolice sta
Marquette and Bessemer No. 2 have J