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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Washington. Proposed treaties
with Colombia and Nicaragua will be
sent to eSnate by Sec'y of State Bry
an Wednesday. Bitter fight expected
Washington. Application of Harry
Thaw for release on bail in New
Hampshire pending .habeas corpus
proceedings deniedby XJ. S. Supreme
Court. y - .
Washington. -Pres. Wilson fyiuTiot
agree to pfn for adjomnment ,. of
Congress until after elections. "Wants
anti-trust bilis'considerednow. Says
business depression is being, tnanu
factured to force delay.
Rome. Insurgents -'.surrounding
Durrazo may capture Prince of Wied,
ruler of Albania, before .night.
Redding Cal. Resctie - party
searchinglor HughAddington and
Hiram Blodgett, caught near summit
of Mt. Lassen during eruption. Lance
Graham nearly cut. in two by rock
thrown out from crater.
Washington. Pres. Wilson signed
canal tolls' repeal bill this morning.
London Qol. Roosevelt guest of
Sir Edward Grey, foreign minister.
T. R. is expected to tell parliament
leaders all atfout Irish, question, ,
New Haven, Cbnn.x--Rev. Ce'orfie
C. Richmond, in address at St. James
church, said Eastern college's are
"Morganized.". Gharges'they humbly
wait for donations from millionaires.
College presidents can't-offend Rock
efellers and Carnegie.-
Washingtpn. Arrested for first
time 1n his life, Henry Shorter, 109,
ex-slav, charged with vagrancy,
cursed pohce for "smirching his rec
New York. Fifty men arrested at
Coney Island for wearing one-piece
bathing suits. One. man without any
New York. Milton Volatariff pour?
ed 3 pints of benzine, over clothing,
struck match and Jumped from roof,
Savannahr Mo.Ludwig and Ther
esa Martin. 14,. twins, and sister An-?
Berne, Switzerland. Pres. Hoff
man of Swiss republic suspended
meeting-of cabinet to greet peasant
woman from Basle. Had come -ono
visit to celebrate 100th birthday, H
Grafton, VY. Va. Arrest awaits 150 1
members Kelly's "army of unem-a
ployed," due to arrive tomorrow on t
their march to Washington, - r
Columbus. Police investigating
whether cigarette was responsible ior i
gas explosion which killed 6 men ancU
injured 14 yesterday.
Beecher, III. "Camp Allen" estafrr
lished here by 45 "honor" convicts.
from Illinois state prison. &
Kansas City. ''Harvest hand spe- .
cials" carrying hundreds of men to i
Oklahoma and- Southern Kansas
wheat belts left at; intervals of everyi
Cleveland. Series of brutal at
tacks on women here within past 3
weeks. Columbus. Unknown man given
shelter by Wm, Giberson assaulted
Beatrice Giberson, 7.
Washington, r Greatest armada
ever gathered, under steam will sail
for Panama from Hampton Roads
March 5 next.
Logan, O. Five trainrnen killed,
and twenty persons' injured when two
Hocking Valley passenger trains col
lided. Washington. Five per cent ad
vance freight rate decision will prob
ably be handed down early this week
by Interstate Commerce Commission.
Hammondspdrt, N. Y. Lieut John
Cyril Porte, "British navy, will attempt
to cross Atlantic in biplane.
Louisville, Ky. Cyclone caused
much damage in northern part of
Tennessee and Kentucky.
Pekin-"Forbidden city" thrown
open to visitors at 25 cents a- head.
Proceeds to be devoted-to national
defense fund.. '
Indianapolis. Miss Mary Elizabeth
Howe, daughter of -President of Bt
SAt 12drownedt. - .. ,
(lex Cojlegc-suiciied., Overwork, j ,