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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Omaha, Neb. Reported Catherine
Winters, missing 10-year-old New
Castle, Ind., girl, isjn "King" Mitch
ell's gypsy camp near'iiere.
Kenosha, Wis. George Kascak on
trial, charged with transporting dy
namite from Racine to Kenosha last
September with intention of destroy
ing home of Jerry Decou, sup't Thos.
Jeffrey auto plant.
Rochester, Minn. Body of Dr.
Charles Victor Hugo Rothacker,
graduate of Heidelberg, son of a
German baron and spender of five
fortunes, lying in morgue. Had been
inmate of McAuley Water Street Mis
sion of New York city for last two
Washington. Pres. Wilson may
have to face first opposition from
Congress in matter of Panama canal
St. Paul, Minn. Great Northern
Railway Co. has increased capital
stock to $250,000,000.
Massillon, O. Gen. J. S. Coxey
said second march of unemployed to
Washington will begin April 16.
Woman's band will lead procession.
Cleveland. John D. Rockefeller
may have to pay three times the per
sonal property, taxes, about $19,000,
000, covering those he did not return
in 1911, 1912 and 1913, with 50 per
cent penalty added.
Indianapolis. Gov. Ralston dis
pleased when two small children of
John Chirka, Indiana Harbor, to die
Feb. 20 for wife murder, appealed 4o
him to save their father. - Called it
attempt to gain his sympathy.
Madison, Wis. Mary Sims, sten
ographer to Gov. McGovern, secured
place in Bull Moose legislative iobby
in New York.
Cleveland. Police asked to inves
tigate report that Michael Haitch,
missing since Jan. 31, is held for ran
som in Los Angeles.
New York. Hold-up men robbed
Tony Giauico, restaurant proprietor,
of $60. ,
Smyrna, Del. Thief stole 12
chickens from farmhouse of Chas.
Carey. Lost wallet containing $90.
Fowls worth '$15.
New YorkFelix Kofansky, 38,
stole kiss from Catherine Lanigan,
18, on street in Brooklyn. Given 20
Brideport, Conn. Geo. H. Down
ing, 51, known as "Doc Needles," cir
cus man and sport promoter, who
once kicked escaped lion out of Turk
ish bath thinking it was big dog, dead.
Berne, X-ray revealed two fully
developed stomachs 1n 19-year-old
Swiss boy who was troubled by ab
Newton,' III. Rev. Lyons, Mrs. Em
Vantrees and Frank and Camer
on Cummins each fined $100 for try
ing to -"beat the -devil" out of two
small children at -Holy Roller .revival
Vera Cruz. Iglesian Calderon,
leader of Liberal party in Mexico, ar
rested on Gen. Huerta's order.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Hans Wagner's
$500 pen of buff rocks and thirty
dozen real eggs feature of Pittsburgh
fancier's; poultry show.
New York. Wm. Lehman, night
watchman for Thatford & Ackerman,
coal dealers, killed by robbers, who
blew safe and escaped.
Jefferson Cjty, Mo. Unless par
doned from penitentiary where he is
serving 99 years for murder of Gint
Gibson, James Schrum cannot be
hanged April 3 for murder of Mont
Kansas City.-When burglar at
tempted to takVher marriage license,
Mrs. J. A. Reimer, 19, fought furious-1'
ly. Stabbed in chest and arms.
Nicolai Henningsen struck match
in basement of Quinn's saloon to. find
gas leak. Explosion. Severely burned.
New municipal store opens at 5045
S. Halsted st. tomorrdw.
Cottage Grove and 63d st. cars col
lided. No-one hurt,