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his wife, from whom he had been
separated. His son, Charles, 21,
killed him and then surrendered.
New York. Florence Zuckel
raan, complaining of conditions,
says a New York policeman is
equal in power to czar of Russia.
London. Americans will not
be allowed to bid at auction for
Stonehenge, famous archaeolog
ical relic, property of Sir Ed
London. Edward Storer gave
'"baby" party. All the society
cut-ups came dressed as children.
Charbourg. Jean Lorier, ar
senal employe, fined $5 because
he broke leg in alighting from
New York. Suffragettes will
be barred from paving booth at
Womens' Industrial Exhibition.
Afraid they'll outshine every
Ottawa, Oont. Pictures of
American flag and Woodrow
Wilson hissed at moving picture
London. Thome Baker dis
cussed possibility of telephonic
communication between England
Buffalo, N. Y. Canada has
barred Jack Johnson. Called him
Aberdeen, Scotland. Rev.
Forbes Jackson, whom suffra
gettes horsewhipped, mistaking
him for Llovd-George,died today.
Albany, ty Y. Dr. John W.
Russell, sup't of Matteawan Asy
lum, claims that unnamed lawyer
offered him $20,000 to free Harry
San Francisco. $00,000 cash j
bond sent for release from Leav
enworth federal prison of Eugene
Clancy, labor leader.
Peoria, 111. Illinois miners de
feated proposition to relieve dis
abled members , from paying
Washington. German and
American financiers may build
big steamships to ply through
Pittsburgh. Mrs. William
Thaw denied any of her family
had anything to do with attempt
to bribe hospital head into free
ing Harry Thaw.
London. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst hissed at meeting of
Women's Political Union in Chel
sea town hall.
Washington. Rep. Aiken
wants Willis L. Moore, chief of
weather bureau, whom he terms
chief faker, fired.
New York. Former Police
Lieut. A. PVachrias told of plan
whereby Italy was to tip off New
York police whenever crook sail
ed for U. S.
Washington. Federal govern
ment will investigate telephone
trust on Pacific coast.
Vienna. Famine has struck
Gallicia, poorest Austrian prov
ince. Thousands face starvation.
Pekin. Ye Ho Na La, Dow
ager Empress of China, widow of
Emperor Kwangsu, dead.
Snow tonight and probably
Sunday for Chicago and vicinity ;
temperature for tonight about 18
degrees above zero; fair Sunday;
high north and northwest winds,