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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Victor Berger, Wisconsin, in
troduced bill in House today pro
viding for government ovnership
Qf all wireless telegraphs.
Maybe there's something the
matter with our editorial heads,
but we'll be hanged if weseebow
the government or anybody
else is going to monopolize the
"A horse may not be adjudged
vicious, until it has taken a sec
ond bite out of you h District
Judge Dugan, Orange, N. J., re-
iusing to give Agostmo iretracca
$100 damages against Bernard Taft, and 10 for Roosevelt.
Gentile, whose horse had helped
itself to chunk of Agostjno's arm.
Judge Dugan figures along the
same lines as some of, our legis
latures, which decide that a so to
speak honorable member is not
a crook because he has been brib
ed onty once. . r
Harry N. Wheeler, of Chicago,
has been elected' president of
Taft's new National Gnamber of
Commerce, which, apparently, is
to be a sort of Board of Adivsers
to the President as to how best to,i
skin the people in the interests of'
the Business men.
Germany is going to tax cats,
which is another proof, tliat the
women of (Germany do n'ot have
10,000 Mexican federal troops
being concentrated against Es
calon andvjiminez, strongholds of
Meantime, Mexican outrages
against American citizens contin
ue, and intervention is likely to
be necessary, anydav. , '- wV
Joseph Batho, elevator ppera- .
tor, Standard Gillett Light Co.,
died, Passavant hospital today'ofl
burns received April 15 in fire at '
which Wm. Rothingast, 16 was A
Western delegates to national
convention next June have dis
covered they must pay full raiU
road rates, and are raising a hoj- .
ler about it. Say they are being,.,
discriminated against. '-
All of 30 delegatesfrom In-
diana selected. 20 instructed for
Buildings and property .owned,
by Y. M. C. A. mii Indianapolis
valued at $2,275,000.
EoQks like another sort of trust
is' liable to rise in our midst any
oldmoment. i ,
Mrs. Andrew Kaneess..N. Y...
brooding over awful disaster of,
the Titanic, killed herself and her
P-year-bld-'daughter, by gas. j7
James Arnold, 65 jiight watch- ,
man in shoe factory, Columbus,
Ov burned, to death in fire tjiat
destroyed plant' Loss 500,$)ft
Woman suffrage defeated in
Arjzona senate ny vote of 7 to 11- .
Evidently a large number Qf
the, honorable senators of Ari
zona stayed at-home when that
bill came up. Doubtless they
were the married membefs. ,
Tafthas copped the "iaq
Hampshire delegates. .Roosevelt
come back at him by copping the
Wesley Olmstead, 38, Sandy
ville, O-, pu.t stick of dynamite in
I hisTnouth, lighted fuse, attd went "
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