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farijfsuffragets halted by police when it attempted to enter Downing St., wfiere cabinet meeting was in pro gress. , Washington. Officials of Western Newspaper. Union scathingly, de nounced by members of Senate lobby committee after advertising manager told that Canadian government had paid firm $42,000 a year for last 12 years for "patent inside" write-ups. Kalamazoo, Mich. Grand jury re turned indictment against Chas. B. Hayes, ex-mayor, charging him with fraud in connection with sale qf pre ferred stock of Michigan Buggy Co. London. Coal porters' strike al most ended. Citizens carried own coal during strike. Employers made no attempt to reach agreement with men. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ruth Ensign, 15, and Edith May, 13, who escaped from institution at Canton, O., caught -here. c Washington;- Unionization of all federal employes, including govern ment clerk's, ultimate aim of Amer ican Federation of "Labor according to-officials. ' 1 Buffalo, N. Y. Motorman killed, passengers badly shaken up, when two crowded cars met head.' dn' in fog. " Washington Rep. Brerriher, un dergoing radium cancer' treatment, reported improved. Kansas City", Karijilembrane from inside of egg' cairBe used with as good results as human skin in skin, grafting operations, according to Dr. Stanley Newhouse. ""Baltimpre, Md. Miss Margaret Quayle,. daughter Bishop Qtiayie, re ported'miproved. Cancer yielding to radium .treatment. JLSan Francisco. James F. GJeri--nilrd, ex'-convict, shot and killed" Mrs. Cleo Ferand, New York widow. She refused iS marry him after trying to THE WORLD'S NEWS IN feRlEF Zanesvllle,1 O. Man giving name of Harry Warner arrested on charge of robbing passengers on Baltimore 6 Ohio train. New York. Because Gladys Leak, 7 months,, fell out of bed while asleep, mother put her in bathtub. Valve in faucet broke. Baby drowne,d. Glasgow, Scotland. Resenting use of troops and deportation ot strike leaders, resolution adopted by labor party of Great Britain "demanding re call of Lord Gladstone, governor-general of British South Africa. Jackson, Mich. Henry Smith, 25, Hillsdale, injured in collision between freight and passenger train Sunday night, dead. John JiusTi, engineer of freight train, near death. Detroit. Suit in Federal Court against Wabash and Grand Trunk Railroads, Charging violation Of 28 hour law and of Bafety appliance act: Indianapolis. No dancing will' be permitted in public schools. Grand Rapids, Mich. Tango, Bos ton dip and bunny hug dances pro hibited under terms of resolution adopted by Grace Episcopal Church. Muskegon. John Clabby, 45, re cently divorced from wife in Chicago, blew off part of head with dynamite cap which he placed in his mouth. Rome. "Furiana" dance sup planting tango. Windsor, Oht. $5,000 damage by fire to Assumption College in Sand wich. Jacksonville, III. Deputy; sheriffs searching for John Henry, who shot and killed three persons after quarrel with wife. Intoxicated. Escaped, Springfield, III. J.J. Ried,45;'pres. Hied faction International Brother hood of Electrical Workers, dead. London. Rubber plating for war ships experiment being worked on by British navy Springfield, III. Constitutionality of workmen's compensation law en acted in 1913. involved in first anneal ltd reach Supreme -OJ .-is-; .- . Court filed fay f .--a'1 -iir ..