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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND GABLE
New York. Roosevelt will arrive
on Imperator this evening or early to
morrow. Manchester, N. H. Fire which has
caused $500,000 to $800,000 damage
threatens entire city..
Frierichshaven, Wurtemberg. 30
fisherman missing after terrible storm
which swept Lake of Constance yes
terday. 10 bodies recovered.
Martins Ferry, O. Fast Pennsyl
vania passenger train demolished
dairy wagon killing Edward Bowen
and Fred Bngle. 15 deaths have oc
curred at this crossing in 5 years.
Washington. 2,000 Christmas
toys, cigars, pipes, neckties, etc., not
delivered last Christmas, sold at auc
tion at annual sale of "dead letter"
Pittsburgh. 15 gamecocks, taken
in humane society raids, served in
soup to 140 hospital patients. Cocks
valued at from $100 to $500.
Buaffol, N. Y. Body of youth
about 22, whose clothing was marked
J. L. Taylor, Chicago, found lying be
side Lake Shore tracks near Brock
ton. Muncie, Ind. 2 reporters for Mun
cie paper led Mayor Watkins of New
castle and Mayor Bunch of Muncie
to supposed grave of missing Kather
ine Winters. Hog bones.
Pittsburgh. Westinghouse heads
turned down 12,500 strikers of tehir
four big plants in East Pittsburgh.
Strike will probably continue.
London. Ulster will have oppor
tunity to vote twice on question of
exclusion of home rule bill.
Greenville, Mich. Mrs. C. C. Mer
ritt, 60; Mrs. R. M. Beardsley, 45;
June R. Beardsiey, 20, dead; Mrs. C.
C. Larke fatally injured when auto
was struck by Pere Marquette pas
New York. Reported that Red
Star liner Gothland, Montreal to Rot
terdam with 44 third class passengers
struck at Bishop's Rock Light No
mention of loss of life. ,
LaCrosse, Wis. Rudolph Benken
hauser, Fort Wayne, Ind., sleeping
under side-tracked box-cars in Bur
lington yards, killed.
Greencastle, Ind. John W. Weav
er, 24, Tacoma, Wash., arrested.
Charged with cashing worthless
Alexandria, Ind. Mrs. Jesse Davis
received message that missing-daugh
ter, 15, who disappeared while on
way here from Caliofrnia had been
found at Yuma, Ariz.
Sioux Falls, S. D. 9 killed, 40 in
jured, several fatally, 500 buildings
destroyed by tornado that swept
through Watertown, S. D., last night.
London. Albanian insurgents cap
tured city of Durazzo, capital and
stronghold of King William, accord
ing to reports.
New York. W. Averill Harriman,
eldest son of late E. H. Harriman, to
be vice president Union Pacific.
Springfield, III. Validity of pub
lic utilities act and law permitting
cities to sell electric energy, for com
mercial purposes upheld by Circuit
Boston. So-called masher's bill,
which provides jail term for man who
accosts girl or woman on street with
whom he is not acquainted, passed
Middletown, Conn. Adam Seg
mart, who was saved in Titanic dis
aster, drowned while bathing in
London. Rev. D. Everard Dimby
will act as master of ceremonies at
bout for heavyweight championship
of British empire.
Paris. Strike of 2,000 postoffice
clerks held up mails for all Europe
for several hours.
Reading, Pa. Radium treatment
restored sight of MrsI Emma Epler,
Mohnston, blind 5 years.
Atlantic City, N. J. Army Surgeon
Gen. W. C. Gorgas, man who made
Panama canal zone habitable, award- .
ed gold medalby Amer. Med. Ass'n.