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A WISE PUP
Frankfort, bid. W. H. McCoy,
who shot and killed wife and John
Beyerly when he found them togeth
er in his house, sentenced to 20 years
In pert. , . ' - ? '
Chippewa Falls, Wis. Dm. Bjtney,
24, dragged into flywhell of gasoline
Fond du Lac, Wis. Albert Carter, r
who shot John Lasko when latter
trespassed on farm.-shot himself to
day. Paterson, N.'J. Billy 'Sunday de-
clared that he had refused an offer of?
$175,000 to appear in the "movies"
for a year.
New York. After blowing door off
safe in dairy and tearing five foot
hole in wall, inexperienced safe.J
crackers missed $10,000 in strong
box. . "
London. Offier ofmine owners',
association of 10 per cent increase to"
all classes of mine employes rejected
by miners' federation who declare
that the sum offered is insufficient
Cleveland. Ivan Francisci, lead
er of fashionable Cleveland athletic
club orchestra, loses job because he
refuses to play ragtime.
New York. Mrs. Henry J. Hertz
paid part of Carl Owen's fine in po
lice court when, Owen was arrested
for "beating up" Mrs. Hertz's hus
band. She left police court with
Shamokin, Pa. Two bandits held
up interurban car at top of mountain
enroute to Treverton, near here,
bound one passenger, worsted others
after fight and escaped.
Kansas City, Mo.t Divorced wife of
Lewis Schweiger, president Schweig
er ConstructionCo., shot him when
pair men in courthouse, then shot,
herself; both may die.
CHOSE ANOTHER FATE
They had scrambled through tha
first dance on the program and he
was leading her back to a seat.
"I could die dancing, couldn't
you?" he asked.
"NOj" she replied. -"Thee are,
pleasanter ways than being tramjilwU.
to. .death.''' -
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