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5upposed. Murdered" and robbed.
Leonard Qasby, 20, who found
the body, held.
Emflio Vasques Gomez pro
claimed provisional president of
Mexico by rebels today.
But Francisco I. Madero still
is sitting in that big building in
Mexico City, and drawing down
whatever number of pesos a Mex
ican president does drawn down.
Peter F.' Aiken, spy for Meiq
can government, who was spy in
Russo-Japanese war, says he has
knowledge of plot whereby if
rebels are successful, Japanese
government will obtain large
grant of land on West Mexican
But Mr. Peter F. Aiken pres
ently is abiding in the county jail
at El Paso, Tex., having been
caught violating the neutrality
laws, and no doubt would be quite
willing to discover a few hun
dred plots if any one of them
would get him out of jail.
Miss Inez Milholland, suffra
gette leader, is seriously ill 'of
tonsilitis at her home in N. Y.
Disobeyed doctor's orders and
went in Saturday's big suffrage
Unless his sentence is com
muted, the Rev. Clarence V. T.
Richeson will expiate in the elec
tric chair his murder of pretty
Avis, Linnell two weeks from xr
day. War .department today tele
graphed orders to government
flood relief workers in Louisiana
not to promise any more govern
ment rations or supplies to suf-
ferefs. War department supplies
exhausted. Unless appropriation
is made by Congress people must
"To my mind the Root amend
ment to the immigration law
practically abolishes the right tor
political refugees in the United
States. It would place the death
warrants of .hundreds of political
refugees in the hands of the Czar
of Russia." -Victor Berger in
Well, the so to speak Honor
able Ehhu Root has worked all
his life for the money czars of
this country; no one couldVexpect
him to draw fine distinctions and '
discriminate against the Czar of
All the Russias.
Chinese cruiser Fei Hung, to
be used as training ship for Chi
nese navy, launched at Camden,
N. J., Saturday. Little Miss
Chang Yuyi, youngest daughter
of Chinese Ambassador Chang,
christened the warship.
One of the finest reforms they,
could institute in the new Chinese
republic would be oae that would
take their language and names to
pieces and put them together
again so you don't need a mouth
ful o fcotton and breakfast food
before you can pronounce them.
Taf t, Bryan, Harmon and Wil
son all touring through Ohio and
telling the people of the Buckeye
state why they should get all its
delegates to their respective na
tional conventions. Roosevelt is
coming up later.
Premier Tang Shao-ye today
refused to accept international
loan to China, offered on condi
tion that powers be given super-r