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Terre Haute. Three children here
practically lost all hope of a real home
today when they learned that their
father, Erank Green, just released
from the Marion county jail, had fall
en under the train 'while "beating"
his way home and had lost a foot
Green was one of the election con
spirators who had served a 60-day
Columbus, Ind. Because William
Tull loves his children and enticed
them away from orphans' home, he
was fined $100 and costs and sen
tenced to serve 90 days at penal farm.
Pittsburgh. Thomas G. Forney, a
prominent lawyer of Washington,
D. C, and Newcomerstown, 0., and
George McHenry, waiter, Washing
ton, charged with murderous assault
upon Franklin Schneider, wealthy
president of Associated Candymak
ers, in corridor of Hotel Anderson.
New York. Ritz Carlton hotel
guest startled a crowd in lobby by
suddenly folding his straw hat up like
an opera hat He explained it was
the newest stunt in straws, just im
ported from Germany.
Copenhagen. Dr. Bernhard Dern
burg, due in Berlin today, cabled
German chancellor, Dr. Von Beth-mann-Hollweg,
from Norway, deny
ing rumors he was molested by Brit
ish. New York. "Jeff" Davis, the tramp
of "Hotel De Gink" fame, plans a Co
ney Island De Gink on Surf avenue,
not far from big New York pleasure
resort; abandoned hobo farm idea.
Pittsburgh. 10 workmen hurt,
several probably fatally, when new
government powder plant in Skunk
Hollow section partially destroyed by
Sandusky, O. Man who sought to
kidnap Mrs. Chas. Kubach to hold
her for $500 ransom, was given beat
ing by his intended victim.
Harrisburg, Pa. Estimates based
upon number of jitney automobiles in
Harrisburg and daily receipts report-
ed by drivers fix gross loss to local
traction company at $1,000 day.
Traction officials say figure is so high
as to be "absurd."
Kenton, O. After telephoning wife
he was having a fine time, Jerry Scul
ling, 72, civil war veteran, attending
soldiers' runion, fell dead.
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