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KENT V. KELLER SPONSORED
CHARGE AGAINST HUGHES
New York, Oct. 11. Norman Hap
good, who yesterday charged that
Candidate Hughes had entered into
an agreement with German propa
gandists and said he had received his
information from a "western sen
ator," today made known that his in
formant was Kent V. Keller, a state
senator from Illinois.
, Washington. Gen. Funston re
ported to war department Troops A.
B. and C, Colorado cavalry squadron,
will be sent to border in addition to
other troops previously named.
St. Joseph, Mo. Although indicted
for first degree murder in connection
with death of his wife, Oscar McDan
iel suspended prosecutor, released on
RED SOX ROOKIE FIELDER WHO
MAY GET CHANCE IN SERIES
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Most appropriate, in view of pres
ent styles, is the name of the Sey
mour Skirt Co.
BRITISH DESTROYERS SPREAD
NET FOR SUBMARINE
New York, Oct. 11. British aero
planes are reported? sweeping the At
lantic in search of German subma
rine TJ-53 and others which may
have accompanied her.
The submarine net will be spread
far in either direction from Nan
tucket, British officials intimate.
They believe Capt. Rose may turn
southward, expecting to find there
unprotected allied shipping to prey
About 25 per cent of passages
booked on Adriatic, which sails to
morrow, have been canceled, ac
cording to estimates at steamship
offices, Philadelphia and Minnehaha
also sail tomorrow, giving rise to re
ports that they may sail at thcsame
hour and be met by British cruisers
as patrol outside of three-mile limit.
Newport, R. I., Oct. 11. Rear Ad
miral Cleaves and staff today prac
tically gave up hope of finding crew
of Kingstonian, if such a ship was
sunk off Nantucket by submarine, as
Boston. Departure of liner Kan
san, with $500,000 cargo for St Na-
zaire, France, again postponed.
GAS KILLS LITTLE GIRL
Grace "West, 2y2 years old, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. West, 329
N. Pine av., died from gas fumes to
day. Anouier daughter, Evelyn.y 5,
and Dorothy Cleveland, 4, are in
a critical condition. The children
lcfcked themselves in a bathroom
while Mrs. Cleveland was away.
Fumes from a gas stove caused the
death and serious condition.
FALLS RUN OVER INJURED
Otto Carlson, 31, 3533 N. Clark st,
a piano mover for Rothschild & Co.,
had his face cut, hearing temporarily
impaired and was badly bruised when
he slipped off a Bothschild wagon
and was run over by a Cunningham
Ice Co. wagon. Taken to Alexiaa
Bros.' hospitaL ,