t: LATE NEWS '
Clarence Darrow, indicted on
charge of having bribed jurors in
the McJNamara murder case, was
arraigne dat Los Angeles today,
and next Saturday morning fixed
by the court as the time for him
Rioting at Belfast, Ireland, is
certain if Winston Churchill per
sists in his declaration of making
a home rule speech there one
week from today. Entire force
of Irish constabulary will be or
dered on duty.
Following completion of gov
ernment's evidence in packers'
trial, defendants' attorneys will
ask Judge Carpenter to dismiss
case, claiming government has
not shown conspiracy. And the
government says it has made a
fine little case against the beef
barons. Those widely divergent
opinions are both based on the
same evidence. Oh, it's great to
have a lawyer's mind.
Jacob Newport of Salem, 111.,
arrested at Danville, charged
with violating white slave act in
enticing 15-year-old Elsie Par
rish from Centralia to St. Louis,
and attempting to place her in
Body of James Kane, 14, with
bullet in his head and skull
crushed, found at rear of Oriental
school, San Francisco. Thought
boy was murdered in juvenile
race war between white and ori
ental children. Number of Chi
nese boys armed with revolvers
were arrested recently.
Reductions in merchandise
charges of express companies op
erating in Indiana, amounting (
15 per cent of bross earnings, or
dered by state railroad commis
sion. Order applies only to inter
Senator Cullom's managers at
Springfield, today secured furth
er delay in the Cullom-Magill
contest over first place on the pri
mary ticket. Saturday is date set
The Vatican at Home announc
ed this afternoon that Mgr. Bon
zanno, who is director of the Col
lege of Propaganda, at Rome, has
been appointed apostolic delegate
to the United States, with head
quarters at Washington.
Rep. Slaydem introduced reso
lution in congress this afternoon
which provides that it be "the
sense of the house that third term
of presidents are unwise, unpa
triotic and contrary to a republi
can form of government."
Probably also iniurious to a
"democratic" hope of government
IN COMPLICATED CASE
Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 1.
The state of feeling in this town
suggests the olden days of border
feud and warfare.
All interest is centered in the
trial of J. B. Snead, millionaire
banker of Amarillo, Texas, for
the slaying of A. G. Bpyce, Sr.
Snead shot down Boyce in the
lobby of a hotel here. He gives
the following reasons for doing
A. G. Boyce, jr., broke up my
home, and forced me to send my,
wife to a sanitarium.
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