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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Hutchinson, Kan. Abe Ostatter, pawnbroker, shot and dangerously wounded his wife and her father and killed her mother Family quarrel. Gafesburg, 111. Mexicans em ployed by C, B. & Q. Railroad, badly burned from explosion- in bunk car. Keokuk, la. J. A. Johnson and John Bentura, members of section crew of C, B. & Q. Railroad, injured when passenger train crashed into handcar. Fairbanks, Alaska. Celebration over pasasge by lower house of Con gress of bill for government construc tion of Alaskan railroad continued to day. Washington. Immigratiion Com missioner Caminetti on behalf of De partment of Labor asked' Congress to confine any legislation now on Asiatic exclusion solely to Hindus. New York. tyorire Pingatorie and wife, found guilty of keeping chick ens in basement in violation of sanii tary law, sentenced to eat chickens by Saturday or go to jail. Washington. Rep. Monahan pro posed that a House special comniittee investigate alleged gambling on the Chicago, Duluth and Minneapolis wheat markets and "their gigantic cinch on the world's bread." Glendora, Cal. 3 men imperiled by sudden rush of water on ranch of Frank Chance, manager N. Y. Amer ican baseball club, saved by; Chance. Santa Barbara, Cal. Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson, widow of no.ted novelist, dead. , South Bend, Ind. Six men believ ed to have been ringleaders in as sault on St Casimir Polish Roman Catholic Church Sunday arrested. Minneapolis. Forfirsttime in his-, tory Minnesota Swedish Lutheran Synod voted to allow women to vote on all church issues. Kansas City, Mo. Or. J. S. Snider, ex-police surgeon of Kansas City, and Dr. W. W. Stevens killed in motor car accident. Ferrys, Tex. 19 persons bitten by pup suffering with rabies. Evansville, Ind. Reports along Ohio riyer caused flood predictions yesterday. Detroit, Mich. Rev. J. A. Cottam, " pastor of Methodist Church at Dear born, arrested, charged with arson. Portland, Ore. Discovering he had been long-changed $20, a man who wouldn't give his name returned money to L. V. Dickson, druggist. 5 cent cigar his reward. Los Angeles. Ten guests at dinner for Thomas Loyhed compiled aggre gate of 833 years. Youngest 81. New York. Herman Sallek, Brooklyn baker, and wife all stuck up. Striking bakers threw them in trough of dough when they refused to- close down bakery. Springfield, III. Resolutions con demning government ownership but favoring government control of tele phone and telegraph utilities adopted by Illinois Independent Telephone Ass'n. San Francisco. U. S. Att'y Pres ton says he wili ask,Sec'y of State Bryan to recall Carlos Sanjines, Bpl ivian consul here, arrested on charge of molesting two girls, 13, in nickel odeon. Crawfordsville, Ind. Walter Run yori, accused of killing Arlie Stull, acquitted. New York. Oscar Ray fell uncon scious in court when Judge' Apple ton sentenced him to 10 f days. . Masher. New York. Alexander M. Slaught ter bequeathed $1 to his son, Hany, who was described as "shiftless and wayward, and wanderer for 35 years.'? New Fork. On her charge that she was subjected to examination by the ship's doctor of the Campania, Catherine O'Rourke awarded $35,000; damages against Cunard Steamship Co. fSyracus'e, N. Y. 'Ghouls forcibly, entered family tomb of Abel L Smtih,'