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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Washington. Pres. Wilson made
It plain .that there will be no reduc
tion in U. Sj arm 3 border patrol in
Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
New York. Charles F. Murphy
says he not only does not expect to
be forced out of Tammany Hall, but
expects to retain leadership "as long
as he lives."
Washington. Bilf proposing to
prohibit "railroads and steamships
from carrying strikebreakers or
arms or ammunition for strikebreak
ers under penalty of $1,000 fine and
year imprisonment introduced by
Jacksonville. Fla. Train struck
sightseeing auto. 20 injured, 4 se
riously. Rock Island, III. Hans Stolten
berg, 82, pioneer plow manufacturer
of Davenport and noted taxidermist,
suicided. Ill health.
Elgin, III. Mrs. H. G. Wilson in
serious condition result attack of
man representing himself as lineman
for telephone company. Beat her in
sensible. Robbed her of $200 jewelry.
Bellmore, L. I. Daniel C. Logue,
last survivor of crew of Monitor in
her battle with Confederate ironclad
Merrimac, to be buried today.
Camden. N. J. Judge Boyle, crim
inal court, sentenced Henry Bailey,
32, Chester, Pa., to from 20 to 70
years in state prison at Trenton for
robbing 10 Camden stores.
New York. Wm. Kemp, assistant
engineer-, scalded to death, ljnan dy
ing and 2 seriously injured by explo
- sion in engine room of oil tank steam
er San Gregario at sea.
Cleveland, O. "He spurned me
and I shot him and myself," state
ment of Miss-Grace McQuaide, 23, for
seriously wounding J. G. Adler, her
sweetheart 6 years. Both will die.
New York. Norman Hapgcod, edi
tor, at trial of Mitchell Kenncrly, pub
lisher, accused of sending obscene lit
erature through mails, admitted he
had read 200 "filthy books."
Passaic, N. J. Albert Smith, ar
rested on burglary charge, cheated
fingerprint expert by using acid, mak
ing fingers perfectly smooth.
Garfield, N. J. Stray goat chewed
off two fingers of 3-months'-old baby
girl adopted by Mrs. Maria Asturino.
Child may die of blood poisoning.
Hartford, Conn. Eluding angry
niece, Gen. W. H. Nettleton, 88, and
Mary K. Baldwin, 68, childhood
Cleveland. Norman Stanley,
Wheeling, W. Va., former night
watchman at new city hall, charged
with complicity in murder of Robt.
E. Mercer, Pittsburgh, protests inno
cence. Columbus, O, After living 20
years with deformity of heart which
usually causes birth at deaht, Miss
Grace Dexter died.
New York. "Jane Brown," arrest
ed Jan. 9 on charge of passing bills
raised from $20 to $50, is "Madam X"
to police. No clue to her identity can
Villacoubly. Aviator Reals fell 300
Cleveland. Lone bandit entered
Babins loan office. Bound clerk. Got
$500 in diamonds and $175 cash.
Marshall, Mich. Henry Ford, De
troit millionaire auto builder, endors
ed for governor on Progressive ticket.
If you put away hubbard squash In
the iall spread It on your dry cellar
floor and remember it needs careful
watching for the first signs of 'decay.
If a black spot appears on the shell
cook it at once.
Cut squash jn half. Remove seeds
and stringy portions. Place In roaster,
cover and bake two hours or until
soft, in slow oven. Remove from
shelL Mash and beat well. Add salt,
butter and pepper to taste. My family
like this best served in the shell and
they flavor it with butter and salt
to suit their tastes.