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General David Stualt Gordon,
U'. S. V., 79, was married to Mrs.
Bell Vedder Fleming, 58, at N. Y.
6day. Bride was famous Wash
ington beauty during Grant's ad
ministration, is cousin of Presi
dent Lincoln and a grandmother.
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has suspended until June 1,
1912, for investigation, proposed
advanced rates on soft coal from
Illinois t'o Missouri points on
Chicago & Alton.
29 Zapata revolutionists killed
in battle at Tomixco, Loreloso,
1,100 natives of Ulster, Ireland,
now Jiving in Manitoba, have vol
unteered to return to Ireland and
take up arms against government
if Home Rule law is passed.
Presidential Candidate Har
mon will introduce Presidential
Candidate Taft at dedication of
federal building, Columbus, O.,
Will Secy, of State Knox kind
ly oblige by explaining how it
comes that "banquet to ladies" at
Champlain celebration cost only
$24350, while stag banquet cost
No, Secretary of State Knox
will not, because "it's none of
the public's business." But the
suffragettes know what to think.
Cotton, textile and silk indus
tries fighting creation of National
Children's Welfare Bureau, and
buying up such odd congressmen
as are not already their tools.
' There's one thing Borah's bill
will do, The publication of the
vote on ;t, will show public just
about where their illustrious rep
resentatives in House and Senate
"When a man marries he must
take his chances on cork legs,
false hair or other physical blem
ishes." Judge White, Boston,
heartlessly denying divorce to
Harry Zuckow, who couldn't
have believed it -
Carl Neuman, Milwaukee, sen
tenced to 12 years' imprisonment:
after pleading guilty to assault'on
Pearl Schmalo, 11, daughter of
Patrick Barrett presented hin
self at White House. Said he was .
"Jesus Christ and had come to
Washington to talk religion with
Taft." Lunacy commission.
Robber demanded $30,000 from
Herman Knepper, president Nas-
sau Street Realty Co., N. Y., as
latter sat at desk in office. Knep
per didn't answer. Man fired.
H. B. Stanz, Milwaukee, charg
ed with stealing cheese below
standard. Case of cheese opened
in court. Judge sniffed. Decid
ed cheese fully up to standard.
Case continued so court could
Total of 8 deaths out of 24
cases of spinal meningitis t Kan
sas City, Mo.
Cincinnati Trust Co., of which
George B. Cox, Republican boss
of Cincinnati was president, car
ried "bad loans" amounting to
$1,04&000. Most of- money lent
to company Cox interested in.
Cox has resigned by, request.