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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
London. Mrs. Emmeline Pank
hurst, militant suffraget, appearing
at Women's Social and Political
Union first time since jail release,
June 28, rearrested.
New Orleans, La.-John Jackson,
negro boy, died of bubonic plague in
fection; total of 2 deaths.
London. Tiddledewinks becom
ing so fashionable it is replacing
auction bridge in ultra smart set.
Pittsburgh. Mrs. Cornelius Gid
dings, St. Louis, engaged as "director
of lunches" in public schools, will get
$2,500 a year to give pupils good
noontime "eats" at 8 cents.
Ayr, Scotland. Suffragets at
tempted to destroy birthplace of
Robert Burns. 1 caught, others es
caped. Pittsburgh. Tiring of having his
boys driven by policeman trom
vacant lot where they played ball,
Albert Wittmer bought the lot.
Washington. 3 negro workmen
killed by dynamite explosion on
sewer extension in National Zoo
Washington. "Kelley's army" of
46 men who followed the Coxey
cavalcade of unemployed to protest
to congress and demand reforms, disbanded.
Springfield, III. Creation of labor
and mining deportment under single
commissioner recommended by
economy and efficiency commission
to succeed 20 bureas and boards now
New York. Justice of Peace Thos.
Capa, Paterson, N. J., fined $25 for
speeding, declared he would fine 4
speeders to come before him next day
West Plains, Mo. Charred body of
5-year-old son of Orvid Peters found
in ashes of barn. Supposed he was
playing with ashes.
Laredo, Tex. Consul John R. Silli
man on way to Saltillo to take up
consular duties interrupted by im
prisonment by Huerta government
Topeka, Kas. Albert Dunford shot
and wounded sister, then" suicided.
Houston, Tex. Body of P. M.
Forther ,72, found floating in bayou.
Jersey City, N. J. Vice Chancellor
Griffin officially decided that hus
bands need not turn over pay enve
lopes, unopened, to wives.
Montreal, Que. Collier Storstad,
held as security for $2,000,000 dam
aged asked by Canadian Pacific R. R.
for loss of liner Empress of Ireland,
rammed and sank by the Storstad,
sold for $175,000.
Bloomington, III. Mrs. Dora Phil
lips, in whose vhome Margaret Sutor,
Hammond, Ind., was attacked by un
known man, dead, result of shock.
Washington. Venezuela has ap
pointed Santo A. Dominici minister to
U. S., Mexico and Cuba.
PROBE CHILD'S MURDER
The police again questioned Bos
well C. H. Smith this morning in an
effort to unravel the mystery sur
rounding the brutal murder of 4-year-old
Hazel Weinstein in an alley near
her father's home, 2634 W. Madison
Smith was the man who first
sounded the alarm. He said he stum
bled over the body. The murder was
committed by a brute who tore the
child's clothing from her body.
One or two witnesses are reported
to have said that Smith looked like
the man who had been seen with her
Daniel Boyle, head of the Ravens
wood Ice Co., is reported to have told
Ass't Dis't Att'y Hopkins he was
forced to pay $1,000 to Michael Ar
tery, business agent of the Machin
ery Movers' Union,in orderto get
the latter to call off a strike at the
Ravenswood plant. "