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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
New York. For accepting cash
bets during racing 11 men held for
New York. Anita MCoeck imported
coat made for mad king of Bavaria.
Covered with precious stones and
valued at $20,000.
Vienna. On day he smoked his
first cigar after 2 months' illness Em
peror Franz Joseph knighted his
physician, Dr. Kerzel.
Cleveland. To settle neighbor
hood fight, Judge Levine ordered M.
Baum, 45, and Wm. Rothman, 33,
neighbors, locked in same cell for 6
hours. Now friends.
Pittsburgh. Fred Rollins steel
worker, reported to have inherited
$250,000, has written newspapers to
deny story and save him from hound
ing auto salesmen, bungalow brokers
Madison, Wis. Oscar Mass, 2
foreigner, pleaded guilty to crimin
ally assaulting Mrs. John Peter. 25
years in prison.
Washington. In speech to Vir
ginia editorial Ass'n Pres. Wilson de-
clared he will not consent fi any
postponement of anti-trust program.
Washington. Postoffice dep't is
sued froud order against Dr. F. W.
Jiroch, Chicago. Allege he obtained
money through mails by false pre
tenses by sale of medicine.
Vancouver, B. C Hindus denied
admission to Canada and kept aboard
Japanese steamer Komogata for
weeks will make fight in courts
against rights 'f immigration .board
to bar them.
Washington. Costjng U. S. $10,
500 a week to preserve prde"r in Col
orado coal fields.
Washington. . Investjgatio'n to
determine "true ptiysical value of
Pere Marquette Railroad will' be be
gun by Interstate Commerce Com
mission. New Quay, Eng. 3 msn . killed
aboard dreadnought Monarch.' Accident.
Washington. Pronounced earth
quake of nearly two hours' duration
recorded on Georgetown University
seismograph. Estimated 1,800 miles
Washington. Pres. Wilson receiv
ed from all Missouri delegates In the
House letter endorsing his determin
ation to insist on adoption of anti
Meridian, Wis. John Ward, Jr.,
14, killed father, who 'was advancing
on mother with hoe.
Peoria, III. P. T. McCoy, 56, in
mate State Hospital, dead as result
of kick inflicted by Frank Broomfield,
Minneapolis. 2 highwaymen, ar
rested after holding up and "robbing
8 men in Milwaukee railroad yards,
suspected of being "Bearded Bandits"
who murdered J. R, Erickson.
Kansas City. Following appoint
ment of receiver for H. F. Clafflin Co.,
New York, similar proceedings insti
tuted here against Jones Store Com
pany, owned by Clafflin.
New York. Patrick Scanlon, gun
man, fatally shot by another gunman.
London. Irene Casey, militant
suffraget, arrested. Found with valise
containing dynamite examining
stand erected in Market place for
reception of king.
Pekin. 5,000 troops looted town
of -Kalganl Killed more than 100 citi
zens. Lorient, FranceA-Sarah Bern
hardt suffering with severely twisted
Stamford, Conn., June 26. Cor
oner's Inquest into mysterious death
of Waldo R. Ballou, wealthy manu
facturer, ended in excitement when.
Mrs. Helen Blondel Angle, on whom
Ballou had called just before his body
was found, fell screaming 'and kick
ing t othe floor when she was told
she would have to answer questions,