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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Springfield, III. Legislative opposi
tion expected to campaign of state
veterinary authorities for wholesale
slaughter of cattle infectel with or
exposed to foot and mouth disease.
Chariton, la. Maude Ashby, 17,
suicided. Parents opposed her en
gagement to Jesse Wyman, farmer.
Calumet, Mich. Alex Cuilbault
shot and killed uncle who refused to
drink with him.
New York. Mrs. Alice Davis,
widow of wealthy Cincinnati man,
awarded $500 damage in suit against
hair dresser she alleged ruined blonde
locks. Asked $25,000.
Washington. State dep't, on re
ceipt report from Ambassador Ger
ard, Berlin, of British detention of
cotton steamer Greenbrier, asked ex
planation from British ambassador.
Winnipeg, Man. Aeroplane chill
on Winnipeg. Reported aeroplanes
are heading across border from
Washington. President Wilson's
grandson will be named Francis
Paris. Sinking of French subma
vrine Sophir at entrance to Dardan
elles officially announced by minister
Des Moines, la. Supreme court re
versed conviction for murder of Mrs.
Dorces Brazell, Dubuque, charged
with murdering husband.
Paris. Part of Belgium's exhibit at
Panama-Pacific exposition in San
Francisco, 330 art masterpieces, will
be briefly exhibited here prior to ship
ment. Aberdeen, S. D. Old Beard block,
one of landmarks of Aberdeen, de
stroyed by fire. Loss $25,000.
Bloomington, III. Eloise Dunning,
14, found suffocated by escaping gas
when mother went to call her for
Newark, O. J. H. Dillow, foreman,
killed, and 5 others injured. Scaffold
at plant of American Bottle Co., collapsed.
Belleville, III. Commission form
of government rejected yesterday by
men and women voters.
Toledo. Hickok dry goods store,
in heart of retail district, destroyed
by fire. Loss $225,000.
Newark, O. J. H. Dlidow, fore
man, killed, 5 others seriously in
jured. Copenhagen. Resolution calling
on Socialists to work for peace and
agreement of international disarma
ment adopted at 'closing session of
conference of Socialists of neutral
London. At request of Russian
embassy war bureau published de
tailed statement alleging inhuman
treatment of Russian subjects in Ger
Washington. Amendment to riv
ers and harbors bill appropriating
$150,000 for improvement and
dredging of Arkansas river at Pine
Bluff adopted by house.
Springfield, III. State authorities
hoping to interest Illinois legislature
in emergency appropriation to reim
burse farmers for cattle slaughtered
in war on foot and mouth disease.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Circuit Court
Judge ' McDonald granted right of
Michigan State and Michigan South
ern telephone companies to merge.
Independent lines pay $1,000,000 for
Milwaukee. Legislation to give
common council power to regulate all
public utilities in city with exception
of steam roads endorsed in resolution
adopted by council.
St. Louis. Mrs. Ann Patterson, 82,
burned to death. Fell into burning
grate while asleep.
Washington. Miss Margaret Wil
sin, the president's daughter, today
pinned blue ribbons on nine chubby
babies, winners in a "better baby"
Milwaukee. 5 children of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Harthung, aged from 1 to
7, died of scarlet fever in- last aveeks.