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that French are b:ou:y securing pos
session of main roads on east side
of the Vosges.
New York. Eight-cent bread pos
sible development ot stampede in Chi
cago wheat pit, according to local
Pittsburgh, Pa. Bread now five
cents a loaf. Will remain that price,
say big bakery owners.
Uniontown, Pa. Local bakers will
either advance price of bread or re
duce size of loaf.
Denver, 'Col- Bakrs here said ad
vance in price of bread unlikely. Suf
ficient flour on hand to tide over
Cleveland, O. Big Cleveland bak
ers unanimous that five and ten cent
retail bread cannot remain with piesT.
ent high prices in wheat and flour.
Indianapolis, Ind. Body of man
with head crushed off, probably by
Big Four train, found today. Note
book in pocket with name, "Charles
Collins, 4317 Lorain av., Cleveland,
St. Louis, Mo. Police Sergt M. F.
Gibbons shot and killed when he at
tempted to arrest two bandits blow
ing safe of Wabash raiiToad. Both
NBemidji, Mich. Fire swept Samar
itan hospital, endargering Uvea of pa
tients. All rescued Hospital de
stroyed. New York. G. F. Strinker, Jr., of
brokerage firm of Stringer & Co.,
committed suicide by shooting in his
office. Firm was unable to meet obli
gations "First failure since exchange
San Francisco. Coasting steamer
Eureko swept on rocks at entrance to
bay by giant wave. Second Officer
James Bulger believed to have been
drowned. Other members of crew
Denver. State Senator Hamilton
will introduce a bill making hip pock
ets unlawful on theory that as mask
for artillery they are responsible for
Cleveland, O. Pureglove-Maher
Hnal C.n.. which nlanned to evict
striking miners from company houses
Jan. 15, rescinded order pending oui
come'of federal mediation.
Cleveland, 0- Two safe blowers
captured after running duel with
night watchman of King Bronze &
Washington. British embargo on
rubber, although still' under certain
restrictions, was practically lifted to
day. Encampment, Wyo. Wm. Cole
killed and Chas. Sanger wounded in
rifle duel in Big Creek district
New York. Louis Spiegel, New
York attorneytrrested on warrant
sworn out bjmink Ryan, Chicago.
Ryan charges5legel with extorting
$2,900 from him.
Milwaukee, Wis. Frank McCann,
arrested for trying to force way into
drug store after request for cocaine
was denied, says hundreds of young
men in this city are slaves to drugs.
Implicates prominent physicians.
Fulton, Mo. 8 men injured in col
lapse of tabernacle being built for re
New York. Six-cent bread prob
New York. France will shoulder
all expenses of Belgium's exhibition
at Panama exposition.
St. Louis. Jesse E. Coggins, 16,
wanted in coanectlon with murder
of stepmother, Mrs. Ollie Coggins, 35,
arrested in Little Rock. Ark.
Washington. Revolution has
broken out in Paraguay and presi
dent placed in captivity, according to
message received by state dept.
WOMEN TO ELECT
Election of officers win occupy the
attention of the members of the
Woman's Trade Union league of Chi
cago in their annual business meet
ing in Schiller hall, 64 W. Randolph
st, at 3 p. m., Sunday.