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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
St. Louis. C. H. Neeley, Rich
mond, Ind., agent Petroleum Iron Co.,
Sharon, Pa., shot and killed wife,
then suicided in Terminal Hotel.
Woman was planning to sue for di
vorce. Muskogee, Okla. 14-year-old
daughter of Jacob Amsell, Durant,
Okla., stabbed to death in bed. Mur
St. Paul. William Santry, million
aire lumber man, committed suicide
at Ryan Hotel. No reason known.
lola, Kan. Mrs. Roy Ard, bride,
shot and killed while riding with hus
band in auto. Ard said shotgun was
fired from ambush.
Philadelphia. With $100,000 car
go of supplies Norwegian steamer
Thelma scheduled to weigh anchor
far Belgium today.
Washington. Administration will
not ask congress for more than 2
new dreadnaughts this year, accord
ing to President Wilson.
Dallas, Tex. Bronze from Krupp
plant, Germany, promised for German-American
monument, to be lo
cated here, being made into cannon.
London. Carl Hans Lody, con
demned by court-martial as spy, shot
last Friday in Tower of London, ac
cording to announcement.
Trenton, N. J. Angeljo Cerciollo
died of heart failure less than 6 hours
before he was to be electrocuted for
wife murder. Fright.
New York. Charged' with larceny
of $133,000, Richard J. Hartman, ex
pres. ticket brokerage firm of Tyson
& Co., arrested as he was about to
sail for Europe.
Flint, Mich. Albert Beagle, 26,
shot through back by Richard Ed
munds while trying to escape arrest
as bootlegger. Dead.
Duluth, Minn. Karl Dittman, 66,
shot and killed Antone Klanek, 22.
Quarreled over $11.
Ottawa, III. Shelden Butte, 11,
killed and Burdette Lohr injured.
New York Mayor Mitchell asked
Pres. Churchill of Board of Education
for explanation of board's ruling that
teacher may marry but cannot have
leave of absence for child bearing.
New York Announcement expect
ed that New York cotton exchange
will re-open for trading next Monday.
Brastow, Cal. J. B. Fincher, Pull
man conductor, shot and killed Sam
Wilson, negro dining car porter who
attacked him with meat cleaver.
Quarrel over tip negro received.
St. Charles, Mo. Mrs, M. Bobbst,
50, dead; husband, from whom she
has been estranged, shot through
lungs; daughter Beulah, 15, wounded.
Phoenix, Ariz. Valley Savings
Bank, largest savings bank in Ari
zona, failed to open its doors yester
day. Des Moines, la. Every school ch'dd
in Iowa will be asked to contribute 1
cent for Belgian relief.
Cleveland, Federal officials bring
suit to confiscate 1,600 boxes "genu
ine Italian macaroni," which they al
lege was made at McConnellsville, Pa.
Washington. Navy officials dis
credit rumors of mishap to cruiser
North Carolina in Turkish waters.
Atlanta, Ca. Wm. Lindsey and
John Williams, street railway em
ployes and life-long friends, fought
revolver duel result quarrel over war.
OR IS IT JUST OUR LUCK?
Experience has made us shy
At quick-lunch stuff called "chicken
The only chicken that gets in
Is feathers, bones and hunks of skin.
Auto struck bicycle they were riding. ' down.
Sometimes at the birth of a Jap
anese baby a tree is planted, which
must remain untouched until the
marriage of the child. When the
nuptial hour arrives the tree is cut