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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Sault Ste. .Marie, Mich. Forty
lake steamers in shelter between the
Soo and Whitefish point, awaiting
abatement of 50-mile-an-hour gale
sweeping upper lakes.
Escanaba, Mich. lowers, 20 miles
north of here, practically wiped out
by fire. Aid sent from nearby cities.
Lincoln, Neb. Federal and state
officials of Nebraska and Missouri
trailing two men, said to be foreign
ers, who are suspected of maliciously
spreading foot and mouth disease
Kokomo, Ind. Kokomo Steel and
Wire Co., independent concern, will
resume operation Monday with full
force of .,000 men.
Washington. Department of Ag
riculture may take steps to quaran
tine state' of Washington because of
discovery of case of foot and mouth
Antigo, Wis. Ernest Parsons, 18,
Polar, Wis., perhaps fatally wounded.
Shotguij exploded. Accident.
Nashville, Tenn. Dr. Anna H.
Shaw, N. Y., re-elected pres. Nat'l
Woman Suffrage Ass'n.
Peoria, III. Wabash R. R. pleaded
guilty of violating safety appliance
act. Fined $1,500.
Ely, Minn. Body of Gideon Oinon
nen recovered from mine. 7 desti
tute children survive him. Mother is
in insane asylum. 3 bodies still in
Aurora, III. Mrs .Myrtle Donnelly,
Chicago, sued by Mrs. Sidney New
man for $80. Board bill for cats.
London. War office issued cas
ualty list of 95 officers and 1,200 men.
London. German losses during
last 4 days' fighting in Flanders es
timated at 100,000 by correspondent
Daily Mail, Dunkirk.
Madrid. Republican Deputy So
riano formally protested in chamber
against Huerta being allowed to
make home in Spain. Claims he was
responsible for murder of Spaniards
Washington. Immigration into
U. S. has fallen off more than 100,
000 month since war, according to
Commissioner of Immigration Cam
inetti. New York. Death rate here among
babies may prove lowest in world.
Rate for year, 95 deaths out of 1,000
Washington Portgual officially
notified postoffice dep't that it has
discontinued international money
order service. War.
Superior, Wis. All resorts closed
midnight. Occupants given 7 days
to leave town.
London. House of Commons
sanctioned new note of credit and'
new army of 1,000,000 men request
ed by Premier Asquith.
Akron, O. Harry Turner, 24
dead. Injured in football game.
Washington. Ambassador Page,
London, cabled state dep't denying
report that German military author
ities at Belgium are stopping ship
ment of food to Belgians.
London. Announced that govern
ment will ask parliament vote funds
for erection national monument to
South African war hero, Field Mar
shal Lord Roberts, who died in
HOPE FOR SOUTH SIDERS
Residents of the South Side may
soon see the start of the long-promised
south shore improvements. Yes
terday the council harbors committee
agreed to start negotiations with the
South Park commissioners.
A suit has arisen in Sunbury, Pa.,
over the business of Philip Bradford,
who rented hens for two cents a day,
the renter taking a chance on getting
an egg for his money. One hen
which Bradford let out struck and
laid no eggs at all, whereupon the
renter refused to pay rent Philip
sued and obtained award of his