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IW'MW Wf H'i"'EfcR EVERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM Moline, III. Police skeptical about story told by Simon George, formerly dry goods merchant of Streator, 111., who says he was fleeced of $6,000 by a strong-armed man. Madison, Wis. Robt. Williams, Rutland, Vt, who accepted position as choirmaster of Grace Episcopal churchweek ago, has disappeared. LaCrosse, Wis. Prof. Hethering ton, University of Wisconsin, stated sex irregularities and perversion are on increase in rural communities due to decadence of play instinct. LaCrosse, Wis. John Desmond, civil war veteran, will sprint 100 yards for $50 wager on 79th birthday tomorrow. Washington. Treasury officials cannot determine if Nat Goodwin pays over $3,000 a year alimony to ex-wives, whether he or wives must pay the income tax. Danville, III. Two men instantly killed, one perhaps fatally injured when rock fell on them as they were entering-Busen mine. Milwaukee. Emmeline Pank hurst, suffraget, says Gov. McGovern is Asquith of Wisconsin, because he vetoed suffrage bill. Joliet, III. Thos. H. Riley, former Democratic leader in Illinois legisla ture, dead. Washington. Open break threat ened between president and senators Opposing his currency plan. St. Louis. Gradual elimination of segregated district planned by board of poSce commissioners. New York. Norman E. Hjarden maal, student of metaphysics, sui cided to learn whether soul is im mortal, according to farewell letters.- East Liverpool, O. Mrs. Madeline Efflnger, 50, who claims to be relative of late J. P. Morgan, arrested, follow ing mysterious shooting and death of husband. New York. Daniel O'Reilly, one of attorneys for defense in trial of larry K. Thaw, dead. , v New Orleans. Commodore Peter Cooke, taxi magnate, granted divorce from wife who fled to sea on private yacht, accompanied by affinity, to avoid service of papers in suit She gets mansion, $20,000 yacht and race horses. -Says she will not marry af finity because "he is too much trou ble." New York. Miss Genevieve Clark, daughter of the speaker, has been, deputized to select wedding gift to be presented by House of Representa tives to Miss Jessie Wilson. Minneapolis. Firemen carried pa- tients from Dr. John Olson's hospitaL New York. Miss Helen French, a show girl, says .chorus girls are or ganizing to keep from starvation. Will demand $25 a week and half pay for rehearsal. San Francisco. Rev. J. A. B. Fry says three glasses of beer cause nine per cent decrease In efficiency and costs the nation $60,000,000 yearly. Denver. State Humane Society has ordered overshoes and skirt-slit blanket for horses for winter weather. Portland, Ore. Charles Durcheak was given five days' sentence on rockpile for "mashing" notwithstand ing plea that he would have to leave bride of four months alone at home. Vancouver, Wash. Stanley Voor hees, elevator boy, who has operated cigar store for six months where pur chaser makes his own change, de clares patrons haven't beaten him out of single smoke. Portland, Ore. "Light corsets and scarcity of clothing do more than low wages and long hours to injure mor als of women," John L. Stockton told meeting of Retail Grocers' Ass'n. Woodstock, Ont. Mrs. Grace Beemer, mother of six small children, is on trial charged with murdering her husband Fred Beemer, a farmer, last March, with strychnine. Portland, Me. Search is being" made for captain and three members'.