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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE ANDCABLE
McAlester, Okla Jeff Jordon, 22,
unmarried, shot and killed by Wm.
Powell, 26, carpenter. Powell will
plead unwritten law."- -
Dallas, Tex. Charged with inter
marriage prohibited by" Texas law,
Dollie Gaston, colored, and M. L. Dil
ley arrested. Woman charged with
impersonating white woman.
New York. Returning from cruise
to Vera Cruz and Tampico, battle
ship Utah arrived here yesterday.
Washington. Supreme Court re
versed decree of Minnesota federal
court that religious "poverty vows"
of monks and'nuns, signing away all
property rights to their religious or
ders were "against public policy."
Carlinville, III. Circuit Judge Rob
ert E. Shirley deaL Acute : indiges
tion. Washington. Supreme Court de
cided in famous oil pipe line cases
that Interstate pipe lines are common
carriers subject to regulation by in
terstate commerce commission.
Washington. Railroads that have
applied for permission to retain their
steamship line holdings, prohibited
by Panama Canal law will be given
opportunity to show cause why their
request should be granted.
Sandusky, O. 20 injured and sev
eral seriously when Lake Shore ihi
terurban car crashed into- gravel
LondonBoard of education cir
cular urges teachers to "induce1 chil
dren to search themselves for object
of natural history."
Paris. Over $100,000 loss from
Berlin. "Sailor Prince" "Adalbert,
third son of kaiser.'wants to visit TJ.
S. with German warships - coming
here for opening of Panama canal.
court proceedings in Texas" courts?
Supreme Court affirmed conviction
of Mrs. Nahona Stayton, Fort Worth,
of mailing obscene matter regarding'
Washington. Sec'y of State Bry
an will give out all correspondence
between U. S. and Japan on Japanese
land question in California Friday.
LaCrosse, Wis. 4 coaches of
Great Northern train went into ditch.
No one hurt.
Washington. Authority of Econ
omy Light S Power Co. to build dam
in Desplaines river in 111. sustained
by Supreme Court.
St. LouFs Btrtly found in Missis-'
sippi river four miles below where
steamer Majestic was wrecked be
lieved to be Watchman Wm.sCuth
OskaloQsa, la. Victor Minella', 55,
Bohe'mian coal miner, shot and killed
by wife. Quarrel.
New1 York. 1 workrhart kHIed and
10 Injured when collapse of derrick
used, in construction of new subwajr
in Brooklyn caused cave-in.
TopekaJ Kan. Rain that flooded
Delaware 'and .other river valleys
north! and ' "east bf here did serious
damage to wheat crop.'
Lennoxf MassMrs. Ceo. West-'
inghouse vraW of inventor, dead.
STILL A MYSTERY
Schenectady, N. Yi; June 23. It
has been discovered that the burlap
bag in which was found a girl's torso
was stbten-from W. E. Bernfng's coal
yards, near which the body vrds sunk
in the Mohawk river There is every
indication that the-murdered girl was
gently reared. No clue to assassin
WHAT -THE COUNCIL DID
Eefused'tp1 extend Chicago avenue
car line rtof lake. ' '
Memanr blocked extension of 67th
street line east of1 Stony Island ave
nue Finance committee recommended
awarding municipal pier contract to'
E. L. Scheidenheim.
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$150,184 receipts for last six
months at recorder of deeds office.