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LJJUJIililJ iU !J 11111
ARREST MAY FREE MAN FROM
LIFE TERM IN NEW YORK
Waltonen is held by New York po
lice, charged, with the murder of Mrs.
Elizabeth .Nichols, knowji as the
"millionaire widow," in September,
1915N He was identified by. a scar on
his right forefinger while shaving a
man in Ironwood, Mich". Confession
he is said to have made may free
Onni Talas, who is serving a life term
in Sing Sing for the murder.
TO PROBE BAKERY BOOKS
TJ. S. Att'y Clyne started anew the
investigation of the price-kiting no
tions of Chicago bakers. Witnesses,
were called for today. Books of sev
eral bakeries are in Clyne's hands.
He asked the price boosters to prove
by figures their claims to more mo
ney per loaf.
Vliss Leota Babcock, daughter of
a wealthy Lorain, 0., real estate op
erator, will give a birthday party to
her pet French bulldog, Pedro, and
invite local dogs.
Wm. Bennett of Elkland, Pa., has
60 cousins in the British army.
WILSON ATTENDS FUNERAL OF
- SISTER IN COLUMBIA
Columbia, S. C, Sept 18. Pfes.
Wilson today brought to Columbia
the body of his sister, Mrs. Annie E.
Howe, to be buried in the church
yard where the bodies of his father
and mother have rested many years.
The funeral party reached Columbia
shortly before noon.
The city v refrained from formal
public marks of sympathy, though
there were many persons at the train
when the president, Mrs. Wilson and
others of the funeral pary arrived.
The absence of ceremony was in
obedience to the wishes of the
Erie, Pa. Four persons killed at
grade crossing of tracks of New York
Central railroad north of Girad when
fast mail train No. 35 westbound
struck automobile of Mrs. Percy
SJeger of Pittsburgh.
Regina, Sask. Hon. Walter Scott,
premier-of Saskatchewan, believed
dying here of asthma.
SOMEONE MUST HAVE TOLD"
THEM OF OUR UTTLE. FUSS