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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
New York. Irving Ramsey, chauf
feur, brought suit for $50,000 against
Emanuel J. Well. Claims he lost
spoonful of brains because of skull
fracture by explosion of Weil's gaso
line tank. "
Indianapolis. R. K. Bluffer, Con
neaut, 0., brakeman of Big Four,
found on box car unconscious. Be
lieved struck by bridge.
Indianapolis. Parole of man who
served 21 years of life sentence re
yoked on charge that he has mis
treated several little girls since given
Manchester, N. H. $400,000 dam
age by fire in business district.
Freeport, III. Oscar Anderson,
showmaker, found dead in gas-filled
room, believed murdered. Blood clot
on brain. No trace of gas poisoning.
Milwaukee. 2 dead, considerable
property damage caused by storm
New York. Marie Van Antwerp de
Witt Jessup, widow of Morris J. Jes
sup, bequeathed $5,000,000 to Amer
ican Museum of National History.
Washington. President will re
ceive suffragists at White House
Geneva, III. 4 prisoners awaiting
trial in Kane county jail escaped.
Lorain, O. Biss Hopp, motorman,
killed, 12 persons more or less se
riously injured, when Lake Shore in
terurban car jumped rails.
Vienna. Men killed In aerial crash
given first aerial funeral march in
history. 15 aeroplanes followed car
riages in which they were borne.
Washington. Booze now aboard
U. S. battleships can be consumed
despite dry order effective July 1, but
no more must be taken aboard.
Washington. If revolution in
Haiti becomes more serious Sec'y
Bryan says U. S. battleship will be
Washington. Federal troops have
not heen requested by governor' of
Minneapolis. While baseball bug
was cheering game he was arrested,
charged with holding up street car
Juiie 8 and robbing bank messenger.
Conductor identified him.
New Orleans. 3 men and 3 wo
men, unidentified, drowned in lake.
Shelbyville, Ky. Robert Milton,
brakeman, killed, Engineer Jeffries
and fireman severely hurt, when
Southern freight went through burn
ing trestle. ,
Richmond, Mo. Joseph and An
drew Love, brothers, believed burned
to death in fire that destroyed their
Detroit Warrant issued for Ty
Cobb, ballplayer, charged With dis
turbing the peafce.
Buffalo. Trial of Eastman Kodak .
Co. continued. Several witnesses
backed government's contention that
kodak company is trust.
Philadelphia. Col. Ceo. Wilkinson,
pres. Central Tennessee Development
Co. and Maylon van Booskierk, attor
ney, arrested. Charged with using
mails to defraud.
South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Henry
Euler, estranged from husband, sent
him their baby by parcel post.
Holly Springs, Miss. Hunger
strike started 15 days ago caused
death of L. B. Matthews, under sen
tence of 10 years in penitentiary.
WANTS PROBE OF LABOR UNION
John McLaughlin, state's repre
sentative, has made serious charges
against labor officials following the
shooting of George Hammond, busi
ness agent of the Excavating, Grad
ing and Asphalt Teamsters' Union,
for which Peter Dignan is being
Dignan is one of McLaughlin's con
tracting pals. Now McLaughlin says
he wants a grand jury investigation
made of business agents of labor un
ions and that he won't be friendly
with union labor until this is done.