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P01NGS OF THE' WORLD BOILED DOWN
Rumor says that Francisco De
La Barra, former president of
Mexico, is to be recalled from Eu
rope and made acting president.
Meantime every federal garrison
in North Chihuahua is ready to
revolt against Madero.
Federal officials at Indianapolis
have prepared capiases for 30 or
more indictments to be returned
by "dynamite" grand jury.
Names of those indicted will not'
be made public until arrests are
King George and Queen Mary
attended special service at St.
Paul's cathedral today, and gave
thanks for their safe return from
Said that Claudia Lydia Hains,
divorced wife of Captain Peter C.
Hains, is engaged to Reginald F.
Bolles, Boston artist.
' Fire today destroyed plant of
Barnard and Leas Manufacturing
Co., Mcdine, 111. 300 men thrown
out of work. Loss $300,000.
Geo. W. Hunt, first governor
of Stateiof Arizona, will take oath
of office at .noon, Feb. 12.
George B. Howley, 48, former
president of Minnesota State
Federation of Labor, died today
at Minneapolis after brief illness.
Wm. J. Butterfield, broker, res
cued wife and three children from
fire that destroyed magnificent
home at Plainfield, N. J. Loss
W. J. Bailey, former governor
of Kansas, after visiting Taft,
said Kansas State convention
would send Taft delegates to
Chicago. Not if present Gov.
Stubbs can help it.
President Gompers has pledg
ed aid of American Federation of
Labor to Lawrence textile work
ers. Setlement of strike planned.
After cabinet meeting today,
Taft announced he would nomin
ate Supreme Court Justice and
other federal bench appointees to
morrow. Commandant of Sixth Caval
ry, stationed at Fort Des Moines,
has received orders to be ready to
move" to Mexican border at mo
Upton Sinclair may yet get his
divorce, and Meta marry Harry
Kemp, the-"tramp poet." Sec
ond referee in Sinclair's proceed
ings recommended decree.
Fresh eggs went to 50 cents at
St. Paul. Increase of 10 cents
since Friday. But what do we
care about St. Paul's troubles?
Frank Moran, who hasn't lost
a battle since he went abroad, put
the Indian Sign on Fred Storbeck
ex-heayyweight champion of Af
rica in 12th round, at London last
Walter Coffey, of California,
completely outclassed in 10-round
fight with Freddy Hicks at N. Y.
Sancho Fleischer, N. Y., gave
Sarah Schalit $500 and each of
her 5 children $10, to get out of
marrying Sarah. Said he thought
he'd made a good bargain.
Man and woman sent to jail
for 50 days at Patterson, N. J., for
wiggling the "turkey trot."
Conversation between 3 pris
oners in cell at Gastonia, N. C,
overheard throuh telephone