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Murphysboro, III. Fearing lynch
ing, county authorities redoubled
search for Bracey Forc'ey, negro, who
killed John Epkinson, white man.
Washington. BelievedGen'l Car
ranza Thursday night handed reply
to Pan-American peace plan to Con
sul Silliman at Vera Cruz.
New York. Men representing al
most three quarters of world's
wealth, in New York for conference
expected to restore foreign exchange
system to stable basis. Will also ar
range credit system for allies pur
chases in U. S..
Manila. Investigation begun to
determine cause ot explosion aboard
destroyed Decatur in which one sail
or was killed and six injured.
Indianapolis. Jury to try Mayor
Joseph E. Bell on changes of con
spiracy to corrupt Marion county
elections, completed and sworn in.
New York. Etta Muratoky, 4, fell
from the fourth floor fire escape and
was caught in the arms of Isadore
Whalton, who ran across street in
time to catch her. Neither injured.
New York. Mrs. Bernard Fabian
has sued candy manufacturer for
$5,000 because she broke off two
teeth eating pound of his product.
New York. Two men asphyxiated
by fumes of large quantity of lilies
stored in hold of steamer Ryndam.
Rescuers brought them out dead.
New York. Edw. Smith, James
Moran and Prank Yeager, three Con
victs who escaped from Joliet peni
tentiary in warden's auto, believed
Washington. American farmers
and stock raisers receiving 6.2 per
cent less for products Sept. 1 than
same time last year.
New York. Three dead, eight pros
trated, result excessive heat
Owners of prize cattle meet to op
pose slaughter by authorities because
'of threatening hoof and mouth
THE GOOD SCOUT
By Jim Manee
The man who can travel around
And not closely look like a slouch.
The man who can smile every once in
And not seem to carry a grouch.
The gent who can give some good
words to a friend,
And put some effect in his "greet" Wj
Why he is the man who makes living
He's the man it's a pleasure to
P. S. Smile and the world smiles
with you; cry and you make us all
PENN. TRUSTEES GET STIFF
CALLING FROM MINERS
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept 10 A
scathing denouncement of the trus
tees of the University of Pennsyl
vania for dismissing Prof. Scott
Nearing was adopted this afternoon
by the tri-district convention of the
anthracite finers, representing a
membership of 100,000 men. The
resolution calls for the appointment
of a committee of three, one dele
gate from each district, to call upon
Gov. Brumbaugh and request him to
exercise his executive power of ap
propriations to withhold state mo
neys from the U. of P. until that in
stitution becomes a really represen
tative of the people of this state.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Bethlehem
Steel sold up to 335. All war stocks
advanced in active market
Unsettled with showers and thun
derstorms tonight and Saturday
morning, followed by fair and cooler;
fresh southerly winds tonight shitt
ing to northwesterly Saturday. Tem
perature Thursday: Highest, 73; low-