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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
New York. Judge Davis feeuerf
warrant for arrest of Harry Thaw,
no win Manchester, N. H., on charge
of conspiracy. New York officials
will try to return Thaw here tomor
row. Washington. Navy department to
advertise for construction of Zeppe
lin model airship and several new
Newport, Ark. Faxton Thomas,
cashier Citizens' Bank and Trust Co.,
Batesville, found dead in bank vault
Hugo, Colo. Neighbors found
Frank LaLone, French homesteader,
and 4 children dead in dugout Mrs.
LaLone dying, daughter. 11, may die.
Not known whether asphyxiation or
' Washington. Arrest of number of
American sailors of cotton freighters
Green Brier and Caroline by German
authorities at Bremen reported to
state dep't by Ambassador Gerard,
Charles City, la, Mrs. Ben Luo
wig burned to death at home qf
father. Used gasoline to start fire.
Milwaukee. Enlargement of mili
tia advocated by officers of. Wiscon
sin national guard in convention here.
Washington. Pres. Wilson wants
everlasting peace when European
war is over, he told editor of Hun
W&hington. U. S. will have pop
ulation of 100,)00,000 and over April
2, according to estimate by bureau of
London. Lloyd's offered insurance
policies based on Italy's probable en
trance into war in 6 months at ad
vance of 15 guineas from last week.
Amsterdam. Gen. Erich von
Falkenhayn German minister of
war, has resigned. Win be succeeded
by Gen. Wild von Hohenhorn.
Washington. Investigation' of
"high prices of wheat .demanded in
resolution received at dep't of justice.
Virden, III. Firo destroyed 3 build
ings of plant of Montour Coal Co.
Property damage, $25,000. 250 min
East St Louis. Judge Alonso K.
Vickers of Illinois supreme court
died yesterday. Pneumonia.
Salem, Mass. Hotel Essex, Leavitt
block and several other buildings de
stroyed by fire. $250,000 damage.
Letnars, la. Man, apparently 60,
kflkd by falling from freight Pa
pers in pocket bear name of Curtis
Des Moines, la. Investigation of
all hospitals, seminaries, convents,
private sanitariums and peniten
tiaries contemplated by bill offered in
House by Rep. Rayburn.
POLICE GRAB ROGERS
New York, Jan .22. Loriys Elton
Rogers, lawyer-lover of Mrs. Ida
Sniffen Walters "Rogers," and father
of the two babies she poisoned, was
arrested at the Lebanon hospital yes
terday when he appeared to pay his
daily visit to Mrs. Walters. The ar
rest was based on secret indictment
returned by grand jury under sec
tion of New York penal code provid
ing punishment for immoral actions.
That the police of the city should
be used to protect and not assault
the people is the opinion voiced in a
resolution passed by the 35th ward
branch of the Socialist party.
Their ire was aroused by the "Hull
House riot" and in a letter to Mayor
Harrison they protested against the
refusal of the police to grant march
ing permit to the unemployed.
DOUBLY AN EXPERT
"Dere's somthin' inspirin' the way
Araphpe empties his artillery."
"Yep: but you ought to've seen
him when he wuz emptyin' the bot