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Washington. Acquittal of Rear
Admiral Richard N. Little, retired, on
charges of accepting submarine K-2
with defects understood recommend
ed by Boston court-martial.
Indianapolis. Att'y Gen. Richard
Milburn died in Methodist hospital of
leakage of heart
Dallas, Tex. A. C. Cason, city wa
ter commissioner, accidentally shot
in head by his son, A. C. Cason, Jr.,
while duck shooting; not fatal.
Valparaiso, Ind. B. F. Hobson in
stantly killed near Hamlet when au
tomobile went over embankment
Paris. Cabinet authorized Finance
Minister Ribot to introduce in cham
ber of deputies bill for another 5 per
cent loan and measure taxing profits
of industries benefited by war.
Corsicana, Tex. Mrs. Alma Mor
gan shot Allen Codley while latter
stood before judge's stand in district
court, where he had been arraigned
on charge of .seduction.
New York. Willys-Overland Co.
announced issue of $15,000,000 new
convertible 7 per cent pref. stock.
Detroit, Mich. George Moriarty,
veteran Tiger third baseman, given
New York. Pleas of not guilty en
tered by five of six men indicted by
federal grand jury for alleged partic
ipation in plot to blow up ships car
rying war munitions to allies.
Washington. Comptroller of cur
rency announced First National bank
of Toacca, Ga., had closed doors. The
failure was due, it was said, to con
Providence, R. I. Creatore, band
leader, is to marry Rosina Demar
inuis, 18, less than half his age,
whom he knew as a 9-year-old girl.
Romance followed their meeting six
The Hague. Berlin Socialist news
paper Vorwaerts was suppressed by
New York. Fire aboard French
liner Rochambeau hag been ex.tin-.
guished. Vessel is proceeding on her
course to Bordeaux.
Wilmington, Del. While Norfolk
express was speeding near here En
gineer Eugene Jamison was nearly
blinded when a partridge flew in his
New York. American-built aero
plane of flying boat type, which, in
opinion of experts, could easily cross
Atlantic in single flight, being used
by Great Britain for protection of its
war and merchant ships.
Omaha, Neb. Joseph Manney, 54,
recently deposed chief of police of
Benson, shot and killed. Assassin
Paterson, N. J. Mrs.t Paul Kinch
paid $1 for a bull pup. Two hours
later pup upset lamp, causing $25 fire
that cost fire department $100 to. put
out Poundmaster has pup.
THE PAPERS WILL SAVE YOU
. AND GET AN AD FOR IT ' .
Your soul is going to be saved
Whatever doubt there might have
been has been dispelled by the Ad
vertising Association of Chicago.
This body, formed by some of our
best advertising men, is going to call
all of our ministers to a big meeting.
Then the divinities will be told thai:
the way to fill the churches, to save
the youth of the land, and gain spiri
itual salvation for all, will be to ad
vertise their meetings in the trust
The newspapers "spread" on the
plan this morning. They seem to
like the idea.
WOMEN'S CLUBS CONVENE
Rockford, III., Nov. 9. Elimina
tion of the hyphen,, national pre
paredness and a campaign to interest
more young women in state and na
tional affairs were the chief points
in the annual address of Mrs. Mae E.
Zimmerman of Chicago at the open
ing of the convention of the Illinois,
Federaiion ox Women's Clubs,