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Dallas, Tex. Mrs. Rena Kemp of
Denver committed suicide with revol
ver. Left note saying she was sick
of life. -.
New York. Rube"Marquard soid
by Giants to Brooklyn for $2,500.
Marquard consented to have salary
cut from $7,000 to below $5,000.
New York. Samuel Leitnec, head
of private detective agency, grilled by
police, stuck to story wife was killed
by two men in his office. Revolver
found hidden in stove pipe.
Washington. Admiral Caperton
cabled collier Jason had gone to Gon
aives with company of marines. An
other outbreak in Haiti reared.
Indianapolis. Several Indiana
points reported frost last night. No
damage to crops.
Philadelphia. 1,200 drivers of
autos.and motorcycles here have been
summoned to appear at police court
on two charges, speeding and spoon
ing. New York. John Sheridan and
iamily woke to find some one had
left them auto. It was in parlor. Had
come in through wall, taking most of
it as it came.
New York. Some conscience
stricken person sent $5 bill to Fred
N Johnson, ass't sec'y of the school
board, to pay for books he or she
stole while attending public schools.
New York. There may be an oy.
ster famine this winter. Connecticut
growers report oysters are moving
whither it is not known.
Wabash, Ind. Wm. Balsover, 12,
took his sister, 8, out hunting, Shot
gun was accidentally discharged,
blowing off boy's arm. Sister helped
William to walk half a mile home.
Cleveland. Curiosity to know what
was inside railroad torpedo cost Jo
seph Walkowitz, 8, all fingers on his
leit hand He cracked the thing with
Cleveland. "Ave Maria" composed
20 years ago by John T Wamelink, I
was sung at funeral services of his I
widow, Mrs Catherine Jane "Warn
Portland, Ore. Col. GoetmW
Panama canal fame is here c
ering offer as city manager as p;
posea salary of $225,000.
By Jim Manee
When it's COld out rinnr
When the dern flat floors
Let the breezes seep right througl
iicn jrou ve Deen Tor a ride
And you.re1:hilled inside
Afld VOL! HoTl't.Irnnu ,.k- in rln
Take a tip from rae,
A nira hn J J.ff f
Will make some warm waves cr
i nrough you with a siz,
But the trouble is.
That it makes you want to sleep.
P- S. "Oh dear! Everybody's
:& I ,ri
GENERAL STRIKE MEETING
A mass meeting of thd -matures
workers has been called for tonight
to decide upon the question of a gen
eral strike of their trade In Chicagoafe1
xl win De neia in worklngman't
hall 12th and Miller sts. Speaker!,
will talk to the different nationalities
o o X:
Hk.tV Tuniincnii T
Confidence in Mayor Thompson
uauuiiug oi me scnool question Is e
pressed m resolution passed by W:
naie lnompson .Republican club
the 26th ward.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain
provisions down. Sept wheat ci
NEW YORK STOCKS. Markfcf
rairiy acuve; pnces irregular.
Fair and warmer tonight
weanesaay; geniie to mc
southwest wuflfe. Temperature
day: riignest, 58; lowest, S
, . ' W.