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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Washington. Unidentified Ameri can killed by Mexicans on American side of border, according tq advice to state department from Nuevo Laredo. Indianapolis, Ind. Edwin Ball, militia sergeant, must face trial in criminal court for murder of Walter Dowell. Ball shot Dowell while lat ter was trying to escape duringtate encampment. Ball demanded mili tary trial. Middletown, Mo. John McClure, newspaperman who acted heroically 'during San Francisco earthquake, committed, .suicide at home of his sister- , Dallas, Tex. Dr. S. P. Tipton, Mrs. Kate M. Loving and her son, W. C. Loving, killed when auto in which they were riding plunged ctown 40 foot embankment. Philadelphia. Mrs. A. E. Kenner, suffering from locomotor ataxia, seeking purchaser for her spinal cord, so she can get money to help support sisters, suffering from in fantile paralysis. Dayton, O. Edwin Von Walden, 20, son of wealthy Cincinnati doctor, taken to Detroit, Mich,, to tell what he knows about auto robbery of hotel. Says it is case of mistaken identity. Sioux City, la. Seeley Lawton and Frank Felton, firemen, killed today when fire destroyed block of Moore Clothing Co. Seven other .firemen were injured. Several saved by life nets. Loss estimated at $300,000. Litchfield, III. Ruth Bliss Pinker ton, aged 16, filed suit for annulment of her njarriage to Russell Pinkerton, alleging false ages were given when they eloped from Pasadena to Santa Anna, Cal., in '1913. Says her age was given as 19 and Pinkerton's as 30. Charges Pinkerton mistreated her.! and she left him two weeks after, marriage. Girl is wealthy orphan. London. Pair of George I. octa gonal pardenieres brought $18,420 at. auction.. Richmond, Ind. Backers of fifty .six saloons won Wednesday's wet and dry fight. National and state liquor and anti-saloon leaders were in .fight. Evansville, Ind. Expert diver from Cincinnati searching river near Golconda, 111., for body of Capt. Arch Hollerbach. Went down with steamer Old Reliable. Sank in sixty feet of. water. Anderson, Ind. Eugene Bowen under arrest for forgery, Police found two spoons, box handkerchief s, six bottles oil, two empty purses, box of gloves, several ties, stickpins, brass fittings and stationery from Fort Wayne hotels. Washington. . Interstate Com merce Commission postponed until July 24 hearing of application for in crease of freight rates from Califor nia to Missouri River points. Washington. By vote of 28 to 27, Senate defeated Myers bill for sale of lease of about 2,000 acres of pub lic coal lands in Montana to Repub lic Coal Co., subsidiary of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. Pari9. Authorities of St. Lazarjj prison forced to transfer Mme. Witz, charged with attempting to murder husband, to heated cell and furnish her with maid, as result of violent protest against favors accorded Mme. Caillaux, slayer of Gaston Calmette. New York. If I. W. W. labor leader on trial for church desecra tion is freed, anarchists plan to sing "hymn of victory" beginning, "Tan nenbaum, My Tannenbaum. Atlantic City, N. J. Sight restored after 29 years' blindness, Harry Smith demanded photo of Teddy. Then said: "Looks . just like I thought, some man." London. Earwig got into signal ing apparatus. Danger signals set. Section of London electric lines held up. Insect electrocuted. Madison. Refund of $227.80 given New Dells Lumber Co. from Omaha . R R. by .state railroad commissioa.