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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Keansbi N. J. Fire swept busi
ness district. $250,000 damage.
Moberly, Mo. Fire destroyed half
block of business section. Damage
Kent, .Engineer B. Hill serious
ly injured and 17 cars ditched In
wreck of Erie freight train.
Washington Orders lifting foot
and mouth disease quarantine against
Canada issued by Sec'y of Agricul
ture Houston. I
Powhatan, Ark. Two killed, three
wounded, one probably fatally, in bat
tle between poBSes and safeblowers
in hotel at Center. R. K. Arnold,
member of posse, and one of robbers
Washington. 'Indicated at treas
ury that federal reserve board will
reduce discount rate of several re
serve banks next week.
Peoria, III. James O'Brien, patient
at Peoria State Hospital, jumped from
second-story window. Dead.
Pittsburgh. Mrs. Marian Petro
and two young children burned to
death. Fire destroyed home.
New York. Thomas Mott Osborne
appointed head of Sing Sing prison.
Has been prominent In prison reform
Pasadena, Cal. Rev. Robt. J. Bur
dette, famous humorist and preacher,
Washington. Nearly every rail
road ticket will cost from 10 cents to
$2 more than at present, beginning
Bradentown, Fla. Steamer Mil
dred collided with lumber schooner
Brazos. No lives lOBt.
Robinson, III. 3 men killed. Plant
of DuPont Nitroglycerin Co. wrecked
Cleveland One dead, 2 fatally in
jured, 7 others burled under tons of
earth in sewer cave-in in NewbUrgh.
New York Stock Exchange will
not open Monday for bond business
as planned. Number of members of
big bond houses absent from city. (
Mlddletown, N. Y. Mrs. D. de
Blaker killed by accidental explosion
Urbana, III. Theta- Sorority
House! Univ. of 111., partially de
stroyed by fire. Loss $7,000.
South Bend, Ind. 30 autos de
stroyed in garage fire. Loss $125,
00Q. Fremont, Neb. Fire in business
section; $300,000 damage.
Murphysboro, III.- Body of wom
an found in Big Muddy River weight
ed dow with rock declared to be
that of .tlrs. John Pritchard, West
Frankfort, 111. Husband arrested.
New Orleans Plea for co-operation
of brewery interests and reform
bodieB in plan to divorce saloon and
politics made by pres. U. S. Brewers'
BROTHER TRACKS SLAYER
Milton Miller, brother of Jenny
Miller, who died early today frota
the attack i nan Aurora churchyard,
has determined to run down the
slayer of his sister.
Miller, who is .vice-president of the
Bush & Gerts piano Co., left town
today to hunt down a clew obtained
by him in Aurora last night. He
would not say where he was going,
but admitted that he was going to
try to find the guilty man.
The Aurora police believe, the crime
was committed by a maniac. Miss
Miller died without regaining con
sciousness. .State's Att'y Tyers gave out a
statement in which he said Miss Mil
ler was killed by mistake, being tak
en for another woman.
Mrs. Lawrence Smith, 5807 Ridge
av., and Anna Carlson, 4714 Sheridan
rd., held up on North Side by bandit
who thanked them for $40 in loot.
Expecttembargo on live stock to ba
lifted from stock yards in few days.
Order prevents cattle from being re-
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