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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM Christiana, Norway. Unless labor disputes' are settled in week, Nor wegian Employers!, Ass'n will declare lockout against organized laborers of Northern Norway. Fort Worth, Tex. Rev. Jenkins Norris found not guilty of burning First Baptist Church two years ago. New York. James H. Smith, Brookline, Mass., said to be stepson of late Lord Strathcona. May make legal effort to obtain part of $50, 000,000 estate left by Strathcona. Wilkesbarre, Pa. Seventh vice presidency of American Federation of Labor refused by John P. White, int'l pres. United Mine Workers. Washington. Plan to create spe cial hotise committee on woman suf frage defeated by house rules com mittee. St. Louis, Mo. After drinking five quarts of pure alcohol, one quart a day, Louis A. Rohlfing, 53, succeeded in suiciding. London. Suffragets intoned pray ers for suffragets during service at St. James church and broke up meet ing. San Francisco. "We need less theology and more common sense," said Rabbi Jacob Nieto in praising tango and kindred dances. New York. Telling her friends her husband' was calling her, Mrs. Josephine B. Amend jumped from 12th story window of her apartment. Dead. ' ' Antwerp. 67 loops in air and 7 backward somersaults feat of Jan Oilslagers, Belgian aviator, outdoing Pegoud. Portland, Ore. Martin Dies found package belonging to American Ex press Co. Took it to police station. Arrested charged with drunkenness. Bakersfield, Cal. Kern river rising apidly. 200 men building levees and unemployed men being put to work in effort to prevent flood. Utica, N. Y. Two children dead, four 'in .critical condition in Orphan. WIRE AND CABLE Asylum. Nurse gave poison in mis take for laxative. Philadelphia. Charles Harris and Charles Reitz, serving sentences in Eastern penitentiary for burglary, . drank hair tonic to satisfy craving for alcohol. Dead. Paris. Continued cold weather in central districts of France bringing out number of hungry wolves. Child eaten. Denver, Col. ."Some chicken, judge, some chicken," was greeting given Mrs. Ben B. Lindsey by 400 newsies when she arrived with her husband, the juvenile judge of Den ver. Grand Junction, Col. Rush for radium-bearing lands of Paradox Valley expected when snow has dis appeared. o o TRIED FOR TWO HOURS TO GET WARREN AV. POLICE Burglars entered a rear .window at Mrs. E. M. Roberts' delicatessen store, 10. S. Leavitt street, early this morning and rifled the cash register. "I discovered the case at 6:30," said Mrs. Roberts?" and I tried for , two hours to get the Warren avenue' police to take some interest in the . case, but without success." PROBE BANKACCOUNTS . J New York, Jan. 26. The bank ac counts of Charles F. Murphy, "chief" of Tammany Hall, and James E. Gaffney, alleged "bagman" fbr Mur phy, are being investigated by Dist. Att'y Whitman, according to reports, in connection with the investigation into the highway grafts of the state. . EXPECT WAGESCALE REPORT Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 26. United Mine Worwers of America, in second week of biennial convention, expect to reach wage scale committee's re port. Every phase "of mining work and wages is before committee in. resolutions iromJocal unions,