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TELEGRAPH BRIEFS ,
Sioux City, la Trimble block, 6th
and Pierce sts., destroyed by fire.
Washington. Senator Lodge,
Mass., told senate U. S. lack Of ar
mament "offers standing invitation
to aggression and attack."
Des Moines, la. One killed and
15 injured when Wabash passenger
train left track at Runnels. Two
coaches turned turtle.
St. Louis. John Amery and Fred
Tracy,, arrested In Alton, confessed
they shot Policeman Spickler here
Sunday night when he attempted to
Montclair, N. J. James Hutehlngs,
Pittsburgh, Pa., shot his wife and
committed suicide. Angry because
she returned to her relatives. Wom
an will recover.
Liverpool, Eng. Wheat jumped 9
cents and flour advanced 24-cents a
Washington. Federal government
to' prevent execution of four Amer
ican cattlemen held by Mexicans at
Nuevo Laredo to forestall possible
action by Gov. Colquitt of Texas.
Cleveland, O. Raymond Whit
man, salesman, Masillon, O.; suicid
ed. Carbolic acid.
Foreman, Ark. Gen. Robt. Oi,
Shaver, 85, dead. Famous Confed
erate leader, once commander Klu
Klux Klan in Arkansas.
Danville, III. Everett Bailey,
brother of State Senator Martin
Bailey, dead. Was formerly consul
Lincoln, Neb. Bill providing for
closing of all saloons in Nebraska at
6 p. m. introduced by Rep. Anderson.
Minneapolis. "Saloonlesj. nation
and spotless flag" adopted as Btate
Washington. Wjthout amendment
and including literacy test, senate
adopted conference report on immi
.jration bilL Accepted amendments .
of house eliminating Belgian refugee
examption and negro exclusion.
Rock Island, III. Oscar L. Bruner,
ex-sheriff Rock Island, Co., dead. Still
under indictment for misdeeds alleg
ed to have been committed while in
La Porte, Ind. Salvadore Ciune
and Jos. Mirisenna, Cleveland, O.,
shot to death in Fox memorial park.
St. Louis. C. F. Judy, 39, and Mrs.
Frances Hancock, 34, widow, each of
whom haB an artificial limb, were ar
rested at Mrs. Hancock's home on
complaint of Judy's wife. Judy is
salesman of artificial limbs.
St. Paul. Police commission is
probing series of psychological tests
for selection of policemen.
First of series of lectures of 20th
ward Socialists will be given at Hen
ry Booth house, 701 W. 14th pi., Fri
day, Jan. 15, 8 p. m. Carl D. Thomp
Pr. Jt H. Greer will speak on
"Thomas Paine at I. W. W. open
forum, 180 W. Washington, at 2 p.m.
Unemployed of Chicago will hold
mass meeting at Bowen hall, Hull
house, 2 p. m., Sunday.
A. M. Simons, editor of Milwaukee
Leader, will speak on "Wasting
Human Life," at Oak theater, West
ern and Armitage, Sunday, 11 a. m.
Pressmen and their wives are invit
ed to the "get-together" card parties
of Ladies' Auxiliary, organized dur
ing newspaper strike. Next will be
Jan. 20 at home of Mrs. McKay. 2916
W. Van Buren st.
Hair Spinners' Union, Local 10399,
will hold 13th grand prize masquer
ade ball at Coliseum annex, Wabash
and 15th, Sat evening, Jan. 16.
Free thought .lectures by W. J.
Sloan, under auspices of Chicago
Secular union and Free Speech
league, 'will be given at Blue Island
hall, 1125 Blue Island av., Sun., Jan,