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Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 26. 13
dead, one man believed buried in the
ruins of his home, and about 30 in
jured, some probably fatally, result
of tornado that swept thickly settled
farming country mile .east of Hot
Springs yesterday. Atleast one
dead and many injured by apparent
ly same tornado at Houston, Tex.
Washington. By end of year U. S.
will probably have broken all records
for all nations in foreign trade and
have surpassed Great Britain's great
est year of export business. Ameri
can exports will probably reach
Springfield, Mass. J. Robert Phe
lan, Piftsveld, has cat that catches
trout from brook that flows through
farm. Yesterday cat caught a one
pounder. Dallas, Tex. Body of Mrs. Hugh
Perry, wife of well-to-do business
man, found in ravine with two large
handkerchiefs knotted about throat
Had been missing since Nov. 15.
Monroe, Wis. Bald men never go
insane, according to Dr. Kob't B.
Pittsburgh. 14-persons bitten by
rabies patient who escaped from hos
pital. Patient dead.
Washington. Steamer Gratitude
ran aground on Thanksgiving day in
Washington. Santa Claus is not
exempted by foreign countries from
tariff charges, department of com
merce is advising many persons
complaining of paying duties on
Christmas presents sent abroad.
New York. Peter C. Millman,
Pittsburgh aviator, flew 20 miles to
his Thanksgiving dinner at Port
Elizabeth, N. J. Recorder Henry
Bundy, 86 today, is going to ask Lin
den borough council to increase pay.
He gets $100 and says: "It isn't
enough for a man of my advanced
years to live on."
Tonight, 8 o'clock, Hall and Sum
mers will engage in dialogue debate
at the St Paul's M. E. church at Ash
land av. and Harrison st
Admission free and everybody wel
come to annual harvest festival" of
children of Stanford park, West 14th
and Jefferson, today and tomorrow.
Public invited and delegates asked
to attend regular meeting of Public
Ownership league Sunday at 2 p. m.
Important business to be transacted.
"The Roman Inquisition" is title of
lecture by H. Percy Ward, Sunday,
11 a. m., in Corinthian hall, Masonic
Arthur M. Lewis on "Birth, De
velopment and Death of Capitalist
Property" at Cohan's Grand opera
house at 2:30 Sunday.
"Civil Service Crisis" will be dis
cussed at three luncheons to be given
by City club Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Speaking at 1 o'clock.
Dec. 1, Congressman Britten will
give a lecture on a trip through the
Philippines, before the Independent
German-American Woman's club at
the Kaiserhof hoteL , Supt. Ella Flagg
Young will also speak on the public
Frederick Coe, 11187 S. Union av.,
one of four injured in auto wreck,
East End rd. and W. 95th, dead.
In. sight of several motorists,
Francis Brown, 64, 374 N. Avers av.,
shot self on Washington blvd. at Gar
field park. Died hour later.
CHICAGO GRAIN. All grains up.
Provisions higher. Dec. wheat closed
NEW YORK STOCKS. Healthy
general advance in all stocks. Smelt
ing stocks essentially bullish.
Unsettled and colder tonight; low
est temperature above 32 degrees; t
Saturday partly cloudy; moderate
1 northwest winds becoming variable,