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And "Mother" Dntry Is entitled to
the name of a humanitarian, be
stowed upon her with all reverence
Milwaukee. Antonio Puelo shot
and killed by unknown assailant on
downtown street; believed victim of
black hand plot; came here two
weeks ago from LohrvHle Wis.
Washington. Interstate com
merce commission approved increase
in freight rates between Duluth and
related points to St. Paul, Minneap
olis and "Wisconsin points except on
cement, lime and plaster.
New York. After three weeks'
trial women cashiers In barroom 'at
Hotel Waldorf have been removed;
were installed at request of patrons.
New York. "Hey, colonel, there's
lots of us Moosers here," yelled der
elict at municipal mission, which
Col. Roosevelt visited on tour of
New York. Baby's wail stopped
services around Christmas tree in
Madison Square Garden; infant con
cealed in lower branches of tree; had
Clenwood, Minn. St John's Cath
olic church destroyed by fire. Loss
Janesville, Wis. H. L. Bartholo
mew, Marshfield, C. & N. W. pas
senger conductor, seriously injured.
Slipped under train.
Rome. Dr. Fiore, leading Italian
practitioner, and customs official
named Castrigano arrested. Alleged
they offered bribe for permission to
export cereals to Germany and Aus
tria. Newburgh, N. Y. Justice Tomp
kins in supreme court here granted
injunction restraining N. Y. Central
from issuing $90,000,000 worth of
bonds in furtherance of plans for
merging with Lake Shore & Michigan
Hoboken, N. J. American hotel,
owned by ex-Mayor Gonzales, gut
ted by fire. Loss $100,000.
NO INTENT TO KILL YANKEES,
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 29. Canadian
militiamen who killed one. American
duck hunter and seriously wounded
another on Lake Erie yesterday to
day declared they were simply try
ing to frighten the men and did not
aim to hit them. American Vice Con
sul J. B. Curtiss, stationed at Fort
Erie, Ont, talked to the soldiers and
obtained their statement, which he
will forward to Sec'y Bryan.
Canadian militia officers have com
pleted their preliminary investiga
tion and have forwarded a sealed re
port to Gen. Samuel Hughes, chief
of the Canadian militia.
Smith will be buried tomorrow.
Dorsch, it is now thought, will re
cover. Canadian civil authorities will be
gin a probe of the shooting tomorrow
afternoon at Fort Erie.
KILLS CHILD BY MISTAKE
Milville, N. J., Dec. 29. Arrested
for the slaying of 6-year-old Beatrice
Bailey, John Horn, 25, a rejected
suitor of the child's aunt, Miss Alice
Pettit, according to the police today
confessed that he shot the child by
The bullet which crashed through
a window of the Pettit home at Buck
shutum, near here, snuffing out the
child's life, was intended for his for
mer sweetheart, Alice Pettit, aged 17.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, Dec. 29. President
Wilson stated to callers today that
this government has advised grant
ing of general amnesty in Mexico.
Whether the request will have the
desired effect has not been made
known by the various Mexican lead
ers. The president held, however, that
executions in Mexico had not been on
a wholesale scale.
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Frank Vondak, 3, spilled cup hot
tea on chest three weeks ago. Dead.
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