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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
LaPorte, Ind. Well-dressed man
found wandering about railroad
tracks. Papers in. pocket indicate he
is wealthy cattlenian-Believed victim
Lansing, Mich Gov. W. N. Ferris
announced he will be candidate for
re-election on Democratic ticket.
Edwardsville, III. Neil Barnett,
Meredosia, 111., accidentally electro
cuted. Springfield, III. Gov. E. F. Dunne
removed his private office from state
house to cyclone cellar in basement
of governor's mansion. Cooler.
Racine, Wis. Frank Bauman, 24,
teamster, fell under wheels of car.
Left leg gone.
New York. Mrs. Dennis Sullivan,
rising form sick bed sprained her
wrist; Dennis, Jr., 14, fell out of cher
ry tree and broke leg; Harry, 6, hit
by street car, suffering broken shoul
der and contusions of head; Dennis,
Sr., cop, tore the trousers of his new
uniform, all on July 13.
Philadelphia. Mrs. Carl Williams
placed $14,000 worth of bonds in her
stocking bank. Lost them between
Cape May, N. J., and here.
Schenectady, N. Y. Man suspect
ed of being slayer of young woman
whose torso, head and one arm were
found in Mohawk river, may be ar
Pittsburgh. Because James Carr
had rubber-soled shoes, lightning
couldn't find circuit after striking his
celluloid collar. Singed his whiskers.
Cleveland. Ministers have declar
ed war on aquatic tango, grapevine
nd one step now the rage on Lake
Erie bathing beaches.
Cleveland. Fire destroyed plant of
National Bedding Co. and partially
destroyed 4 buildings. Loss $50,000.
New York. Death rate last week
lowest In city's history.
Prentice, Wis. Henry Reidel,
working' to exhume body of Axel
Wiken, buried 60 feet below surface
when wall caved- in. Fear he is dead. ,
Elizabeth, N. J. Ueciaiitig ho
drank too much and needed wife to
take care of him, Judge Mahon "sen
tenced" Dennis Boyle to get married
within 30 days.
Atlantic City, N. J. Invited to sit
as special judge Mrs. Thomas Bren
nan sentenced husband to 50 days in
jail for drunkenness.
Washington. News of death Sat
urday of Capt. C. S. Owen, U. S. M. C,
in Vera Cruz received here. No con
firmation of report that he was "snip
ed" by Mexicans.
Washington. Senate confirmed to
be minister to Sweden, Ira Nelson
Cleveland. Harry Nichols, 1Q, dy
ing from blow dealt by burglar.
St. Louis. Pilot Cole of balloon
San Francisco reported he landed.
Sunday. It was feared he was lost
College Mound, Mo. Citizens de
cided local newspaper would be of no
vital influence in community because
of competition by gossips at village
store and sewing society.
Washington. Acting Chairman
Pou, of House rules committee told
50 suffragets who marched to capital
that gentleman's agreement among
members of rules committee would
prevent early consideration of Mon
St. Louis. Following recognition
of ice drivers and helpers union and
increase of wages, ice companies
boosted price of ice 20 per cent.
Washington. Continuation of hot
wave in Ohio and Mississippi plains
and southern state for 2 or 3 days
prediction of weather bureau.
Columbus O. Gov. Cox will de
cline to send state troops into mine '
strike regions in Belmont county un
less there is rioting and violence.
Collapsible towers, adopted by the
German army for searchlights and
wireless telegraphy; are so light and
compact that two men can carry a
tower that extends to 160 feet.
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