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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Altha, Mich. 7 miners killed in
Balkan mine. Flood.
Madison, Wis. 1 man killed and 2
injured when tractien.engine plunged
8 feet through floor of Allen Creek
Madison, Wis, 6 minor children of
Mrs. Libra Cappello, killed in elevator
in Wells BJdg., awarded $1,500 by in
Redding, Cal. 18th eruption of
Mount Lassen, American volcano.
Cleveland. Declared that distribu
tion of Aregntine beef is controlled
by four big packing houses in this
New York. Retail prices of meat
raised 1 to 8 cents a pound.
Jersey City, N. J. Judge ruled wife
cannot wages for housework. Mrs. H.
W. Wepdt sued husband for $5,592
Paris. In presentation of "Othel
lo," Moor suddenly turned white.
Averted panic by announcing heat
melted his black paint.
Washington. Trio of Kansas City
merchants spent hour with president
telling him that unusual crops spell
period Pf exceptional prosperity.
Buenos Ayres. German steamship
Mendoza, which went ashore July 11,
abandoned as total wreck. Passen
Washington.-'-Thos. D. Jones, can
didate for federal reserve board, sent
telegram to Senate declaring he had
no objection to publication of his tes
timony before conimittee.
Los Angeles. Following quarrel
over mining property, Robt. B. Lo
max, wealthy jeweler, shot and killed
A. E. Shaw.
Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Eloise Nelms
Dennis and her sister Beatrice Nelms,
missing from Atlanta, Ga., reported
found at Petit Is Bois iBland.
New York. Meeting pf board of
directors of New Haven Road today
to determine whether road will meet
in full requirements laid down by
dep't of justice or stand suit
Galesburg, . H. F. Anderson,
gen'l sup't M., K. fc T. R. R., traveled
from Dallas, Tex., to make one-day
visit to sister here.
Houston, Tex. Geo. Sweeney,
wealthy sporting man, dead after duel
with W. A. Bridges, following quar
rel over cards.
New York. 15 firemen overcome
fighting fire that destroyed 3 yachts
and did $200,000 damage in yards of
N. Y. Yacht Launch and Engine Cp.
OAK PARK "L" IN BAD
As a result of its failure to comply
with the n;ling of the Illinois public
utilities commission, which specified
that plans for elevation of the tracks
"west of the city should be filed 'by
midnight, July 15, the Chicago & Oak
Park "L" has ope of two alternatives
to choose. They may either suspend
operations on the surface or bring
each' train to a dead stop at each
crossing. The latter plan would tack
twenty minutes or more to the pres
Attorney Gilbert Porter, speaking
for Samuel Insull, receiver of he
road, stated that they have no inten
tion of filing plans for elevation. Th.e,
"dead stop" order goes into effect in
THE BANK MESS
Ass't State's Attfy Case accused
Ass't Dis't Att'y Fleming of hindering
state probe of bank.
Federal grand jury inquiry blocked
by strange absence pf several import
Mysterious former official of Lori
mer bank is being sought in Los
State Auditor Bradyref uied tq give
up report of Former State Bank Ex
aminer John Rife.
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cold water on it. If the. water assumes
a brownish hue, it may be concluded
that there is chicory with t ,
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