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2,000 Zapatistas defeated and
'driven from Tepic, Mex., after 24
hour battle. 200 rebels kilted.
Plan for wholesale jail delivery
by rebels discovered when offi
cials, happened on tunnel lacking
only 3 feet of reaching street.
Slater and Ray'Stibbin, broth
ers, acduifted of murder of father
at Bloomfield, Ind. Father was
shot and killed from ambush.
First Unitarian church, Min
neapolis, wrecked by fire. ' 7 fire
men badly hurt. $25,000 loss.
Strike pi motormen and con
ductors of Milwaukee Street Ry.
.Co., to be called today. Every line
affected. Men demand more pay
and better working conditions.
Torpedo boat destroyers Preble
and Perry left San Diego, Cal.,
tdday under sealedWders.-B6und
for Magdalena Bay to keep, their
eye on Japs who haye acquired.
land grants there.
r About three weeks ago the
Japanese ambassador to the
United States frankly admitted
that a Japanese shipping firm had
acquired a errant of Jand on the
Mexican coast. He saidhis gov-J
ernment had-nothing to do with
Saturday, the Hearst o'rgans of
misinformation announced with
a blare of trumpets tharjapanese
colonists we're settling on the
Mexican coast, and that a Japan
ese shipping form had been grant
ed a concession there"
The Hearst sheets today refer
to tnHs story as "the exclusive in
formation furnished 'the United
States government by the Hearst
newspapers," and talk'a lot of
bunk anout'the Jap peril.
Before the Spanish-American
war, Hearst sent Frederick Rem
ington, the artist , to Cuba to get
war pictures. Remington wired
Hearst from Cuba that there was
no'sign of preparation for war .
there. Hearst wired back: "Yoon
furnish the pictures; Til furnish
Heavy rains around Memphis
likely to cause further flood dam
age. Railroads to west from
Memphis, may beforced to sus
pend Schedules. J
Rev. C. V. T. Richesorf; con
demned Boston murderer, may
die a Catholic, unless sentence is
commuted to life. -
Fred'k Casquet,-New Orleans
clubman, shotand fatally wound
ed mother's" negro coachman for
trivial offense. He has 'already
shown great wisdom in having
Fighting' reported near Esca
Ipn, Mex., today, but main armies
of federals and rebels have not
.uecision oi supreme court-gives
Interstate Commence' Cqmrms
sionpbwr t6 regulate commerce
in Alaska. Court also declared
Alaska to be "territory" not "dis
trict." - -
Miss Eloise Koch, daughter of
wealthy Evansville. (Ind.) manu- v
facturer, held for manslaughter.
Ran down and killed -Caspar
Qfrrw-rtrir c 7 in Qnfrt T?1?i?ir1
on $1,000 bond.
. Special convention of Indiana ,