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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
P. H. Dallam, Omaha, Neb.,
' fyeld for murder o A. W. Bar
clays of Minneapolis, Dallam's
best friend. Barclay shot Friday
night. Dallam in room with hiiri.
Rev; H. W, Key, aged negro
delegate, dropped bomb into
r Methodist conference at Mmnea
( pdlis today by asking passage of
resolution demanding that con
gress pass law making all lynch
irfgs punishable under federal
Flight to .Europe of star wit
r ness in Judge Robert W. Arch-
bald of Commerce oCurt scandal
stopped by house judiciary com
mittee today. Committee would
not give qut name of -witness, but
adnntted that he had been caught
as h-e was preparing to leave for
Federals defeated in battle be
tween 1,800 rebels and 2,000'loy
alists at Cuatro Cienegas, Mex.
, Battle between Gen. Suertas1 fed
eral army of 8,000 and .equals orce
of rebels under Orozco beganat
daybreak near Bemojillo.
Presidential primary to ascer
tain Mississippi's choice for Dem
ocratic nomination to be held to
morrow. Only names of Under
wood and Wilson on ticket.
" U. S. revenue cutter Winona
, left Mobile, Ala., today in chase
of schooner Granada, bound for
Mexico with arms and ammuni-
ttorf fo rrebels. Granada "sailed
rfrom New Orlearjs, saying she
was going to Nicaragua.
Roosevelt is at Oyster Bay. He
says he is resting. If so, he is"
testing wjh JamesR, Garfield,
his former cabinet member, and
Walter Brown of Toledo, his
Guy McKinney, qil well driller,
arrested at Tulsa, Okla.,. on the
charge of murdering"Chas: ReU
ter, prominent Tulsa attorney.
Through passenger service oft
Alton between Kansas City arid
Chicago resumed today. St6pped
by wreck of No. 12 near Knapp,
111., which left the rails, killing
tramp and injuring 12 passengers
Frank T. Arnold, wrecker sf
First National Bank of New Ber
lin, Ni Y., saved from mob which
wanted to lynch him last night,
pleaded not guilty to charge of
embezzlement in federal court,
Norwich, N. Y., today. Sent to
jail in default of $25,000 baiL
No doubt having the story of
Chatles W. Morse1, the ex-convict
bank wrecker, ice king 'and "gen
eral manipulator of high finances,
frrhis mind, Arnold tefday is pre
tending to be dying.
Condition of U S. Jackson,
aged sergeant-at-arms of nation
al House of Representatives, im
proved today. Small chance of
M. A. Koerner, mayor-elect of
Barron, Wis., resigned because if
elected state anti-pass law wp"uld
prohibit him from riding free.
Koerner has been railroad station
agent and has had long acquain
tance with the value of passes.
Discovered today that Mrs.
Alice Wilson, found dead yester
day in "Iter home at Minneapolis,
did not commit suicuje as at first