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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Washington. Senate voted down
amendment to immigration bill which
would have admitted fugitives from
political, religiousjor racial persecu
tion, regardless of literacy test.
'Washington. President Wilson de
cided to attend Jackson day banquet
in Indianpolis, Jan. 8. Expected he
will make significant speech.
Cleveland. Rival gangs of tramps
fought with knives and clubs for pos
session of warm storehouse. One
badly stabbed and several slightly in
jured. Carmi, III. Several business build
ings at Maunie destroyed by fire; loss
New York. "Pull the leg of every
young fellow you meet," wrote Mrs.
Lillian Hamilton to a friend. That
letter won a divorce for her husband.
Washington. Detention of 2 more
copper ships by Great Britain report
ed to Sen. Walsh of Montana by
American Smelting and Refining Co.
Amsterdam. Prince Eitel Fried
rich, iayorite son of emperor, promot
ed to' command of first brigade of im
perialguard. Kearny, N. J. Edward Caldwell's
mule collided with three autos Within
half an hour The three autos are in
a ditch. The mule lost a couple of
inches of .hide off itff stern legs.
South Norwalk, Conn. Henry A.
Hurlburt, weighing 405, took as a
bride Miss Rexanna Spooner, who
tips the beam at 95.
St. Loufs. Henry Stock, 40, la-borer-for
Missouri Pacific R. R., prob
ably fatally injured when struck by
Peoria, III. Making noose of her
kimona Grace Harbaugh, 31, Chilli
cothe, 111., suicided in Proctor hos
Freeport, III. Carl Schulte, 25, di
vorced by wife month ago, perhaps
fatally shot her, then suicided.
Bowling Green, O. Yeggs bound
H. C. Sass in his bakery and escaped
with ?400 and horse and sleigh.
Columbus, O. Safety Director
George Kapp, Jr:, of Toledo, urged
Gov. Cox to remove Mayor Keller
from office for allege'd civil service
Columbus, O. 2,000 Adams coun
ty residents, disfranchised for 5 years
in. 1911 by Judge Blair when they ac
knowledged guilt of selling votes, pe
titioned Gov. Cox to restore them to
citizenship on New Year's day.
Greenville, Ky. 3 miners killed
and 5 others injured by fall of slate
in Greenville mine yesterday.
Clarksville, Tenn. Fire caused
$250,000 damage and wiped out 2 en
tire business blocks.
Danville, III. Ed. Holletts. pas
senger conductor on Chicago & East
ern Illinois R. R. for 25 years, frozen
to death in refrigerator car. Door
St. Paul, Minn. Notaries' certifi
cates of acknowledgment and no
taries' jurats not taxable under new
war tax, according to decision an
nounced by E. J. Lynch, U. S. col
lector internal revenue.
Columbus. O. Frank S. Ayers, 30,
who claims to be contractor of De
troit, and his wife Lillian, 25. held
here while police investigate allega
tions of worthless check transac
tions. Columbus, O. Dr. W. A. Winters,
Newcastle, Ind., in Ohio investigating
latest report of finding of his little
daughter Catherine, lost March, 1913.
Lima, O. Mrs. Anna Dowell Brooks
Andrews, 32, arested for alleged big
amy, admitted she had 3 husbands,
according to police.
Madison, Wis. -Sentence of John
P. Dietz, Cameron Dam, commuted
from life imprisonment to 20 years
by Gov. McGovern.
Hammond, Ind. Will H. Ade,
brother of George Ade, fatally injur
ed. Fell out of sleigh. Fractured
New York. Miss Anne Morgan,
Andrew Carnegie, Eugene Brieux,