Newspaper Page Text
OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Paris. Lieut. Gironne and Private
Rioux, military aviators? dead. Aero
Oskaloosa, la. Walter Van Ruel
der, 23, dead. Gun accident.
Oskaloosa, la. Edward, 14, and
Peter Mielhant, 16, drowned in Skunk
Washington. No possibility of
vote on Panama tolls question this
week. Sen. La Follette will speak to
day. Trenton, N. J. Conviction of Pat
rick Quinlan, I. W. W. agitator re
cently found guilty of publicly advo
cating hostility during silk strike in
Paterson, affirmed by Justice Kalisch.
One to 7 years in pen and $500 fine.
St. Paul, Minn. Sammy Asch, 5,
decapitated by auto truck.
Trenton, Mo. Mrs. Maud Crecilius
awarded $25,000 damages from Chi
cago, Milwaukee & StPaul R. R. for
death of husband in accident at Mor
Cleveland. Police reserves called
to rescue Geo. C. Calvin, 70, charged
with attacking child, 10.
Seattle. Message received that
Canadian government at Ottawa has
overruled chief of provincial police of
British Columbia who caused "moth
er" Mary Jones to be excluded from
Peekskill, N. Y. Mysterious disap
pearance of Chas. H. Strauss, gen.
mgr. New England and Mutual Life,
solved. Body found in Lake Mohegan.
Washington. House passed inter
state trade commission bill, one of 3
comprising president's anti-trust pro
gram. Washington. House passed Clay
ton bill, which immunizes labor from
prosecution under Sherman law and
legalizes strikes, picketing and cer
tain kinds of boycotts.
London. Country mansion near
High Wycombe burned. Believed suf-fragets.
Washington. By passing KayDurn
its approval on third and last of Pres.
Wilson's anti-trust measures.
New York. "Suffering from shock"
is Flushing Hospital entry against
John J. Paten, negro. Fired 3 bul
lets at his own skull. They flattened.
New York. "I want to be captain
of the Titanic," said Ellen Bushnell,
Great Barrington, Mass., at Grand
Central station. She had $1,413 in
bills. Bellevue for sanity examination.
Springfield, Mo. 7 hurt.. 'Frisco
Orrick, Mo. Walter Hicks, 28,
fanner, shot and killed father-in-law,
fatally wounded mother-in-law. Sui
cided. Result quarrel with wife.
New York. Auto bandits who got
$6,000 loot in three robberies Friday
being rounded up following alleged
confessiqn by Frederick Kelly, chauf
feur. Leavenworth, Kas. Edward Lisle,
lifer, who escaped May 25 from fed
eral prison, captured at Goff, Kas.
Massillon, 6. "General" Jacob S.
Coxey, leader of unemployed, stopped
runaway horse and saved Mrs. Lillian
Thpmas from injury.
BENEFIT FOR MRS. DONNELLEY
The wife of Michael Donnelley,
former labor leader who led the big
stockyards strike in 1904 which Po
lice Cap't Paddy Lavin broke by in
troducing Colorado and Calumet
methods, is to be given a benefit at
the University of Chicago Settlement.
Mrs., Donnelley is keeping a lodg
ing house in Kansas City, but is far
ing veiy badly. Donnelley disappear
ed six years ago and never returned.
HENRICI'S CASES NONSUITED
Teh Henrici cases have been final
ly settled. With the desired result
already obtained, the restaurant jtrust
was willing to drop theJL34 cases of
conspiracy and disorderly conduct
against the girl pickets, and yester
day in the courts of Judges Bowlea
railroad seurjties biUHQUse placed and Stewart they were all npnsuitprf