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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
St Louis. 86 Protestant ministers
and Y. M. C. A. secretary invited
Billy Sunday, baseball evangelist, to
conduct revival here. Sunday re
cently called c&'ty "hell hole."
St. Louis. Ambrose Harmon.broth
er of Rev. Albert Harmon, missionary
minister, nearly decapitated by negro
who said Harmon attacked his wife.
Washington;' Admission of Col.
Goethals that Panama canal will
probably not be open for naval ves
sels' passage in March causing ad
Washington. From 30,000 to 50,
000 men here are seeking work, ac
cording to estimates of Sup't Herbert
Kline of the Gospel Mission.
Washington. Mrs. James Mann,
wife of the minority leader, is writ
ing a book on the inside of the cap
ital's social life.
Atlanitc City, N. J. A set, of arti
ficial teeth saved the life of Miss
Cora L'Hommedieu, a nurse, when
James McDevitt, crazed with rum
and jealousy, fired a revolver at her.
Pittsburgh. "Not guilty, but re
turn the dog," was the verdict in the
case of John Meyers, who took Nick
Abels' bulldog to satisfy claims for
damages and was arrested for lar
ceny. Frankfort, Ind. When Edgar Mor
rison's girl left the room he began
kissing the hostess. Friend returned,
twisted his neck, dislocating it Mor
rison fell unconscious.
London. Anti-war riots approach
ing revolution accorred in Agram,
capital of Austrian Croatia, according
to advices from Vienna.
Indianapolis. Rep. Mason, Fayette
qounty, will introduce bill to make
Mann white slave act operative in In
diana ashetween county and county,
city and city, village and village.
Des Moines. Rev. J. A. Ryan,
noted sociological worker, told joint
session of Iowa senate that laws fa
voring working classes must be en
acted to head off revolution.
Joliet, III. Alfred H. Gillette, keep
er at Illinois state penitentiary, prob
ably fatally injured by brick hurled by
Convict Geo. Thomas.
Princeton, III. Ray Pfanschmidt,
Quincy, I1L, charged with murder of
parents, sister and Emma Kaempen,
schoolteacher, more than 2 years ago,
went into his thirl trial yesterday.
Springfield, III. State Veterinarian
Dyson admitted slaughter of cattle
affected by hoof and mouth disease
would be halted pending ruling of
Att'y Gen. Lucey on power of state
livestock commission in this respect
Washington. Prosecution of guil
ty persons in $9,000 defalcation in
Santo Domingo public works dep't
will be ordered by U. S. as soon as all
facts are known.
Washington. Bill introduced by
Rep. Helm, Kentucky, provides for
establishment of Pan-American bank
in Panama canal zone with capital
stock of $25,000,000.
Indianapolis. Drastic administra
tion anti-lobby bill passed house.
Granite City, lit 2,000 clamoring
for work knocked down gates of Corn
Products Co.'s plant Dispersed by
Pittsburgh. Jas. Vertress, 36, ar
rested for alleged counterfeiting, has
confessed he made spurious bills in
old barn near Hartford, Ky., accord
ing to U. S. Ass't Dis't Att'y Home.
Pittsburgh. H. C: Frick Coal Co.
opened yesterday full blast in Con
nellsville region. Pull time employ
ment for 15,000 men.
Washington. Repeal of war tax
proposed in bill introduced by Rep.
Paris. Benj. Morel, American
consular agent, Dunkirk, slightly
wounded in head when bomb dropped
by German aviator partially wrecked
Washington. Senate Philippines
committee agreed on bill promising
independence when "Filipinoes are
fitted for it, in judgment of U. S"