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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE;
Altoona, Pa Dr. E. T. Barnham,
73, Washington physician en route
from Chicago, found dead in drawing
room of Pullman car. v
Washington. Dismissal of suit for
$60,000 attorney's fees against Harry
K. Thaw by John B. Gleason, New
York, for services during one pf
Thaw's murder trials, affirmed by Su
Washington. Att'y Gen. Grice
and Solicitor General Dorsey of
Georgia today filed state's brief in
Supreme court opposing the habeas
corpus suit of Leo M. Frank, of At
lanta, alleged murderer of Mary
Phagan; case will be argued Thurs
day or Friday.
Baltimore, Md. Commodore John
E. Gunckel, Toledo, president of Na
tional Association of Newsboys, pa
tient at sanitarium of Dr. Howard- A.
Kelly, reported today to be standing
radium treatment well.
Mt. Vernon, 0. Amos Mossholdr,
83, drank-poison and died amid fam
ily reunion, Jn which 7 children were
celebrating Mrs. Mossnolder's 81st
Bellefonte, Pa. John Talap, 32,
Stowe, Montgomery county, electro
cuted at Western penitentiary. Mur
dered his wife Aug. 6, 1913; first legal
Binghamton, N. YJ. B. Andrews,
25, "Started legal procedings against
Chas. Springer, alleging Springer had
htm married legally when h& thought
it was mock ceremony.
Dps Moines, la. Engineer "Jim"
Maxwell and Fireman Hickok almost
instantly killed, 6 dangerously in
jured, score hurt when Chicago & Gf.
Western'passenger train was derailed.
Allentown, Pa. Major Thomas
Dougherty, 78, said to have, been
Colorado's first school teacher, dead.
New York Fearing parental ret
ribution for playing truant Dora
Mack, 11, and brother, Anthony, 9,
ran away; slept in hollow tree; four
days without food.
Toronto, Ont George McDonatd,
American corporal with Canadian
troops in Europe, died at Versailles,
on Feb. 14, of wounds received in bat
tle. Nearest kin is Mrs. Catherine
McDonald, Eureka, DL
Washington'. Manager Rhoades
of Crown Cork & Seal Co., Baltinraje,
Zapatista prisoner in Mexico, ,nas
been freed and returned to capital
Ludingville, N. Y. Mrs. Louis GVoss
gave son, August, 21, $75 to buy" him
self birthday present; lated 'phoned
he used it to cet married. J
Washington. Police huntirtCfor'
thief who stole Old Glory from
Greenberg's reswence on Was
Elkhart, Ind. Thief meaner jrjan
one who robs messenger boys stole
J. S. Banniman's pants 29 years ago;
returned them with a note saying his
conscience bothered him. Banniman
had another pair. )l' '
Olathe, Kan. Cecil R. Home, em
pjosed by Metropolitan. Life InslCb.,
believed victim of asphasia. Fqund
here starving. Left Minenapolis last
'Mineapolis, Frank E. Ward, safes
man for Mineapolis Car Light .00.,.
on bigamy charges. De-
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