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yesterday's game at Boston. Elliott
Is the only catcher left with the
Benny Leonard punished Frankie
Conifrey so badly in six rounds at
New York, that thebout was stopped.
Confreys friends started a- free-for-all
fight and chairs and bottles flew.
Spike Kelly knocked out Morrie
Bloom in the third round at Aurora.
Kelly had the flghfin hand from the
Washington. Turkey has agreed
to let United States send food relief
"to Syrians and Armenians.
Washington. Sen. Chamberlain
getting new evidence of British re
straint df American trade to lay be
fore committee investigating foreign
New York.-Rat flea bites spread
infantile paralysis, . say medical re
Denver. Gov. G. A. Carlson re
nominated Republican candidate for
governor by 3,339 over S. D. Nichol
son. Seattle. Sen. Miles Poindexter
has lead of lOjOOOover W. fi. Hum
phrey for Republican rehominatlon.
Indianapolis. Unstinted praise
given Wilson administration when
Vice Pres. Thos. MarshalLwaS noti
fied of his renomination.
Washington. Understood that
Ambassador Gerard at Berlin will
come to U. S. before November to
confer over matters of foreign policy.
Dennison, la. Baptist church has
accepted proposal of Mrs. E. P. Wil
liams to fill pulpit made vacant by
Washington-. Gen. Funston.has
requested war dep't to order CaptJ.
H. Walrath and Capt. F.W. Laas, of
First and Second 111. inft'y, to give
account of 54 missing horses and
mules aHoted to their cqmmands.
'Washington. Dep't of justice
ready to prosecute any dairymen or
REVENGE A MOTIVE IN N. Y,
MURDER CASE, ACCORDING
TO MAN BEING HELD
Revenge for a fancied wrong at
the hands of Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols,
a wealthy widow who was murdered
In her home in New York last Sep
tember, will i)e sone of the motives
disclosed in the confession of Arthur
Waltonen, a Finn, who is on his way
back to New York In custodyof two
Waltonen arrived in Chicago
Thursday from Ironwod, Mich.,
where he fled-after the murder. He
was employed as a barber there. A
scar-on the right index finger caused '
his identification and arrest followed?
A sweetheart of Waltonen, his be
ing fired by Mrs. Nichols, and the
story of the struggle in the Nichols
home, when the, widow was killed,
are, all included in the story he told
Waltonen explained that his inten
tion to marry a farmer's daughter
whom he had met ia Hurley, Wis.,
was always blotted by a mental pic
ture of Onni Talus, the doorboy In
the Nichols home, waiting to be elec
Talus had been convicted ofythe
crime and had named Waltonen and
others as being as guilty as himself.
rkt the last minute.Gov. Whitman
commuted the deajth sentence to life
MAY EXTRADITE COUNT
Karl von Bardi, Swedish "cbunt,"
may be Extradited to Sweden for trial
on forgery charges- in name of Mur
phy Varnish C6. and others. Type-,
writers with -which letters of credit
from Sweden were written here in
"Chicago said to figure in evidence.
When digging a trench recently,
soldiers, in Mexico uncovered a house
whichis supposed to bex more than
4,0)0 years .old. Inside the ancient
buildine were found specimens of de-
breadmakers' organization who raise corated pottery in excellent condl
prices of bread or millcby agreement I tion. v