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'5pBTS1 OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE Pueblo, Col. Twelve hundred maniacs at the Colorado Hospital for the Insane danced about a gigantic Christmas tree, which was brilliantly, lighted. Taranto, Italy. Miss Dorothy MacVane, American prima donna, recently suspected by Italian govern ment of being spy, askefl police to arrest a Taranto newspaperman, whom she accused of attempted blackmail. New York. American Society for Control of Cancer have sent out warning as to limitations of radium as curative for cancer. Rome. Catholic parishioners of Galatine had no mass or sacrament and ringing of church bell was si lenced by interdict of Pope Pius as punishment of Galatine Catholics for their attack on Archbishop of Otranto. Naples. 19 dead, 18 seriously in jured in explosion in fireworks fac tory at Torre Annunziata. Pittsburgh, Pa. C. E. Brison, dis trict passenger agent, Northern Paci fic Railroad, has placed sign in his chicken house intended to educate hens. "Eggs are 60 cents a dozen." New York. Mrs. Richard Lee, Jr., wife of the. general manager of the Brooklyn plant of the American Su gar Refining Company, killed, and Lee dying after being run down by auto. Juarez, Mex. Rebels have recap tured Torreon, after severe fighting and heavy loss of life. Gen. Mono lovic Herra, rebel leader, wounded. Paris. Countess Larisch refused Bavarian court's offer of $4,000,000 to suppress her book of memoirs. Paris. Aviator Guillaux looped the loop. Police were asked to arrest him. Danville, III. Stanley Metewski filed: suit for divorce charging he was coerced into marriage by threats of varrest on a statutory char-" -v v 'later proved was ' New York. Fritzi Scheff, actress, married to George Anderson, her leading man. Amsterdam. 8 killed, 25 injured in railroad accident So nof Dutch pre mier among dead. Muncie, Ind. Benj. Harrold, 59, mail carrier, uncle of Orville Harrold, famous tenor, dropped dead. Heart disease. St. Paul. Hold-up men stopped two men, carrying home Christmas gifts, but wouldn't touch packages. Paris. With temperature at freez ing point, Miss Lillian Bettridge went swimming in Seine. Des Moines. Alexander Besaw crushed to death by street car that fell down hill. Washington. Mrs. Wilson gave president painting of '"Wood Chop pers" for Ghristmas. Indianapolis. James T. Carney, 52, shot and killed wife and self when she asked him, to stop drinking. Colorado Springs. Mrs. Doris Fitch Travis granted divorce from Al bert Chester Travis, prominent New York attorney. Cruelty. Flushing, N. Y, Thos. J. O'Brien reecived live possum by parcel post Belvidere, N. J. Mrs. Lewis Fisher threw lighted lamp at head of burglar in window. He "got." Meuchen, N. J. Mrs. Amelia Marks of New Brunswick left $100, 000 to charity Relatives cut off with nothing. New York. Christmas weather on Broadway. Two men wore Panama hats. Champaign, III. Justice Smith posted notice, offering to tie couples for 38 cents. Justice Coffman posted New York. Vincenzo Lauro watched surgeons sew up his heart, cut by stilletto. Will live. Kansas City. One divorce granted every 7 minutes in Kansas City in 3 days preceding Christmas. " i Wash, f Earthquake A . m. No damage. tmtiammmmm