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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABl4
EdWardsville, Ind. Typhoid epi
demic threatened here. Board of
health administering typhoid vaccine
Tipton, ind. One death from ty
phoid several new cases reported to
What Cheer, la. J. W. Wood, trav
v eling evangelist, dead from typhoid.
Washington. Report that First
Chief Carranza is imprisoned in his
capital denied 'in official statement
from Mexico City to Ambassador
'Cleveland, 0. "-Milk wagon drivers
strike here threatens "milk famine
Grand Radips, Mich. "Goodbye,
I'm not going to work any more,"
Samuel Potter, 50, told landlady.
Rukharest 115 killed by acci
dental explosion of military powdet
magazine at Dudesti.
New York. Walter H. Page, U. S.
ambassador to Great Britain, ac
companied by Mrs. Page, arrived
here from Liverpool today. Will re
main several weeks.
Paris. Final arrangements for
Mme. Sarah Bernhardt's tour of the
TJ. S. completed.
Albany, N. Y. Extradition pro
ceedings in case of Guy B. Biddinger,
wanted in Chicago to answer indict
ment6, again postponed by Gov.
London. Proposals to be sub
mitted to trade union congress,
which will meet in Sept., include
compulsory trade union member
ship, compulsory eight-hour day for
all trades, minimum wages of 30 shil
lings for adult workers and- univer
' sal state unemployment pay.
London. Duke of Westminster in
valided nome from Egypt Now in.
Paris hospital suffering from fever.
New York. Another. "German
plot." In defending themselves
against r.taarires of makins too much
noise late at night, attorneys for
Bustanobys restaurant told court
music objected to was such pieces as
Marsellaise and others objectionable
to Teutonic ears.
New York. Herman Patrick
Tappe was held up by British au
thorities because they thought tasty
kilt golf costumes he was gathering
for women of this country might be
war uniforms for Irish rebels.
, Springeld, III. Gov. Dunne will
leave tomorrow for Mexican border.
Will make inspection of Illinois units.
New York. George Temple Bow
doin, an 18-year-old schoolboy, will
come into possession of fortune of
over $10,000,000 from estate of his
erandfather, once partner of J. P.
ARREST TWO GIRLS FOR STATE
The highly-decorated windows of
the State street department stores
figure in the arrest of two more
girls. Yesterday in the Boston store
Mrs' Iffena Kelly a young woman
living at 2088 Ogden av., and Edna
Kellar were arrested as they were
leaving with furs, silk hose, waists
and gloves. At the South Clark
street station Mrs. Kelly said her
husband was out ft work and. that
the windows of State street had
tempted her to take apparel she
could not afford to buy. Miss Kellar
is out of work.
TAGGART SHOCKS SENATE WITH
CHARGE OF WASTE
Washington, Aug. 1Z Tom Tag
gart of Indiana told the senate today.
.after a membership of but a few
weeks, just what he thought of It.
Though giving it full credit for pass
age of legislation favored by Presi
dent Wilson, he rapped its failure to
attain business economy, muck
raked its rivers and harbors and pub
lic buildings bills as "pork" measures
and declared for a budget system o
national appropriations. .