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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Washington. Transport Hancock,
with 850 marines, sailed from Guan
tanamo for Santo Domingo to pro
tect Americans in new revolution.
Danville, III. Paul Thomas killed
and Fred Gray captured in revolver
duel with police after robbing saloon
at Kelleyville, mining camp.
Devonport, Epg. U. S. collier Ja
son, American Christmas ship for
Belgian children, arrived in Plymouth
sound today. Presents for 2,000 chil
dren will be landed before ship pro
ceeds to other ports.
Des Moines, la. Federal Judge
Van Valkenburg refused to quash in
dictment against 36 master plumbers
charged with violation of Sherman
Belvidere, Ky. Federal officials
ordered slaughter of 49 head of cat
tle and 40 hogs on Asa Byers' farm
near Kirkland, DeKalb county, be
cause they were infected with foot
and mouth disease.
. .Miami, Fla. With skulls crushed
by a blunt instrument and bodies
burned to a crisp, Adam A. Boggs,'
prominent attorney, and 18-year-old
daughter, Marjorie, found in smoking
ruins of their home at Cocoanut
Grove, near here.
Washington Sec'y Bryan denied
reports that he will resign from cab
inet. Berlin Official statement declares
Madrfd reports state 600 men and 23
officers killed in defeat of French at
Washington Sec'y of State Bryan
"will attend annual Pan-American
Thanksgiving morning mass at St.
Patrick's Catholic church and at 11
o'clock some Protestant church.
Jefferson City, Mo. "Charity day"
collections will be taken up through
out Missouri for benefit of innocent
sufferers as result of war.
Galesburg, III. 40 head of fatted
cattle on farm of Chas. Mings, Avon,
found infected with hoof and mouth
Russellville, Ark. Tom McClure,
18, dead from lockjaw induced by in
juries received in football game.
Lemars, la. Geo. Hunt, 57, killed,
two others wounded. Auto turned
Los Angeles Seventeen injured,
several probably fatally, when eleva
tor cage in Tajo building fell.
New York. Italian laborer killed
and three injured by cave-in of East
River tube of B. R. T. in Brooklyn.
Washington. Orders to discon
tinue annual fur sale auctions at St.
Louis this year issued by Ass't Sec'y
of Commerce Sweet. Depression of
fur market result European war.
Pittsburgh. : Stock exchange will
reopen Dec. 2.
Little Rock, Ark. Forest fires
continue to sweep state. Spread to
Missouri. Gov. Hayes refuses to dis
patch militiamen to aid in fighting
fire. Lack of funds.
New York. Stock exchange' will
reopen Saturday for limited trading
Alton, III. J. F. Hawley, 50, hotel
keeper, found dead in bed. Empty
carbolic acid bottle by his side.
San Francisco. At least 20 per
ished when steam schooner Hanalei
pounded to pieces yesterday.
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