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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
St. Louis,- Mo. John Crowley,
houseman, double of former Presi
dent Taft. run over and killed by auto.
Readville, Pa. -1,200 "New Haven
employes at car shops, laid Qff three
weeks agof returned to work today.
Railroad .officials say full operation
will be continued.
Newark, N. J-Chief of police aft
v6r investigation said he found no
trace of child resembling Catherine
' Winters in! gypsy camp near here.
Farmersville, la. Alien Turner,
negro, lynched by mob because he at-'
tacked J. J- McDougald, a farmer.
Fort Worth, Tex. Mrs. Jojw Car
illo, wife of. Mexican shoe merchant
in North Fort Worth, has ask""ed as
sistance in ' releasing her Husband
from Mexipan jaiL - .
Washington, u. C. Vice President
Marshall has a new vest,' made of the
same sort, of stuff as Persian rugs,
woven 20Q-years ago. Senator J. Ham
Lewis is weeping with envy,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sdft coal mines
Jh central district of Pennsylvania
will close Friday if working agree
ment between miners and operators
is not signed before that time. 75,000
men affected. v
Coffeyville, Kan. Cloudburst and
hailstorm swept this section, doing
heavy damage. Telephone and tele
graph wires out of cimmission.
Denver, Col. Mrs. Gertrude Lee,
chairman of Democratic state cen-
'" tral committee, resisting, men seeking
to oust her, says committeenextyear
will be mainly composed of women.
Tarrytown, Ind. Rather than dis
appoint an old friend, John T. Mc
Cutcheon chartered speciaf train
.-from Chicago here to keep, appoint
ment when he missed scheduled
train. Was the only passenger.
New York. "This show is pulled
" by order of the mayor," shouted
through megaphone at 12:01 today
scared society raggers at nuiei a
tor, where big charity ball was on.
Albany, N. Y, Gov. Glynn is plan
ning to go to San Francisco with N.
Y. Panama-Pacific exposition com
mission to lay cornerstone for state
building at exposition, grounds.
Toledo, O, Street Railway Co.
has agreed to try out city council's
Bpston, Mass, Miss Helen M.
Cudahy, daughter of Patrick Cud
ahy, millionaire packer, today began
three months' probation at local hos
pital. Will have to sweep and scrub
, Buffalo, N. Y. Fourteen firemen
suspended by D., L. & W. R. R. fpr
refusing to take out Gould coupler
works special trains to Depew, rein
stated. No change in strike situation
at Depew. One thousand soldiers
still on guard.
Wichita, Kan. rFire in Atlanta,
Kan., burned entire block. Damage
Richland, Ore. Investigation be
ing made of alleged attempt to poi
son Rev. Frank Hopkins, Methodist
minister, his wife and four children.
Salt, baking powder and lard in pan
try sprinkled with poison.
St. Paul, Minn. One woman killed
and two men and girl not expected to
live as result of gas escaping from
soft coal stove.,
Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Mary Bar
ski and Mrs. Anna Gimbel arrested
charged with shoplifting in Gimbel's
Marinette, Wis. Mrs. Leon La
Porte perhaps fatally injured when
air-tight stove exploded and set her
Harrisburg, Pa. Charged with
having stolen $20,000 in two -registered
packages being sent to- N Y
banking houses from St. Paul, Wm.
R. Baum, postofflce clerk, arrested.
Atlantic City, N, J.- Rep. Wm.
Rohnr.dson of Alabama dead.
Indiapapolis, lncL Representation
of United Mine Workers of America
to international convention "will.re-