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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Saginaw, Mich. Charles Kim
brough, negro, arrested, charged
with murder of 8-year-old Rose Four
nier, who disappeared Jan. 3.
Minneapolis. Fire destroyed 7
story elevator of Minneapolis Feed
Co. Loss $50,000.
Washington. House naval dom
mittee will recommend construction
of two new battleships next year,
defeating "little navy" contingent.
Springfield, III. No action beyond
quarantinge of Kane, Whiteside and
Carroll counties will be taken to com
bat foot and mouth disease.
Ramsay, O. East Ohio striking
miners considering plans to v follow
eviction tomorrow of 400 families
from company housesxhere. No vio
Denver. Resolution introduced
before Colorado Metal Mining ass'n
for national silver convention to fix
standard between gold and silver and
for unlimited coinage of latter.
St Louis. Fire destroyed $100,000
home of Jackson Johnson, million
aire shoe manufacturer, at University
Rock Island, III. Clyde McAninch,
22, dead. Three others injured in
Washington. 9 principal express
companies' net revenue for Sept.,
1914, $413,081 less than in same
month 1913. Believed due to parcel
Amsterdam. Reported that bis
cuit factory, 12 houses and oil works
in Merxen, suburb of Antwerp, de
stroyed by fire.
Santa Barbara, Cal. No damage
reported result series slight earth
quakes felt here.
Danville, 111. O. W. Cannon, fa
vorite nephew of Congressman-elect
"Uncle Joe" Cannon, found dead in
bed. Rumored suicide.
Westwood, Cal. Tom Collins,
merchant, shot Deputy Sheriff Bo
gart, who arrested him. BOgart fired
back. Both dead,
Washington. ReD. Towner. Iowa,
introduced bill authorizing Pres. Wil
son to sell $36,000,000 worth of bonds
to purchase and build American mer
Cleveland. While alleged black
hand agent lies seriously wounded in
St. Luke's hospital, police are holding
Antonio Montabona, 42, Italian. Said
he shot man rather than participate
in kidnapping of 4 children to be held
by black band for ransom.
Columbus, O. Ohio suffrage work
ers established headquarters here.
Began work to have legislature pass
suffrage measure similar to Illinois
law granting women suffrage.
Dallas, Tex. Committee repre
senting 500 telegraphers, station
agents and lever men on Texas &
Pacific system presented demands for
advance of 15 per cent in pay ana
certain improvements in working
conditions. Officials of road will
take up demands in few weeks.
Fort Smith, Ark. Federal Judge
Youmans overruled demurrers in
cases of 21 union officials who
pleaded not guilty to charges of in
citing Prairie Creek mine strike riots
last July. Trials Jan. 20.
San Pedro, Cal. N. B. Johnson,
former retail merchant of Grand
Rapids, Mich., killed when he
swerved auto to avoid striking dog.
New York. "The federal govern
ment should prevent the extermina
tion of the bull moose," Col. Roose
velt told an audience. He was talk
ing zoology not politics, ,
St. John, N. B. A whale ran away
with a 5,000-pound buoy, toted it
many miles and died of exhaustion,
according to officers of the govern
ment steamer Lansdo'wne.
Springfield, Mo. Main building of
School of Ozarks burned. Loss $35,
000. Orono, Me. William Thaines,
whose term as governor of Maine,
expired a week ago, has registered
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