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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEFS
Boston.- Rev. C. V. T. Riche
json, slayer of Avis Linn ell, again
examined by Drs. Stedman Frost
and Tuttle today. Unless they
certify him insane?" Richeson will
be electrocuted May 21. Prepara
tions for execution already being
. St. Paul. Roosevelt has car
ried every district in Minnesota
except two by latest returns.
.Totai delegates to state conven
tion, 1,116; Roosevelt will have
808, Taft 119, LaFollette 109.
' Denver. Winter threw his hat
back into the ring here and
Slugged spring ever the ropes.
jFout inches-of snow Still a-com-ing.
Marietta, 0. -Taft blew into
"this city today to begin 1 days of
fiercest political campaigning
hio has ever known. Will make
10 speeches before night.
- Washington. Monsignpr Bon
zano, new papal delegate to U.
S., officially welcomed today at.
luncheon at Catholic University.
All Catholic prelates of diocese
Gheyenrie, Wyo. Republican
and Democratic statfr conven
tions convened here at lG.o'cieck.
Looks Jike Taft is in control of
Republican Clark and Wilson
both claiming control of Demo
cratic, and first-class scrap likely.
- Fort Madison, la. Peter Bra
hanan, laborer, run over by auto.
Got up. Apologized for -getting
in machine's vfliy. Dr. C. S. Phil
pott accepted apology; bought
. At last some of these common
people are learning how to act
when Tun over by their superiors !
Washington.- Chas. H. Von
Storch., pres. of Providence, Pa.,
bank, testified ahout 'buying
Judge Archfcald's note for $50Q
before House Judiciary Commit
tee, and coyly admitted Tie had
won $10,000 case in Archibald's
court just before doing so.
That note has been renewed
every three months since. Gee!
it's great to be a federal judge and
never, want for money.
San "Francisco, LaFollette,
Roesevelt.and Taft managers all
claim 2 delegates from Califor
nia to be elected at tomorrow's
primaries. Democratic fight be
tween Wilson and Clark com
pletely overshadowed by Repulfc -lican
mess. , "
Geneva, Switzerland. "-Albert
Steirli, harfdsome plumber, was
sentenctd to one year's imprison
ment for being engaged to 17
girls at same time All girls in
court. All still wanted to marry
New York. Mrs. J. H. Loring
of this city stood on bridge of
Carmania . in mid-ocean last
Thursday evening and scattered
armfuls of flowers upon 'waters
in memory of husband who went
down with Titanic. His body not
Washiiigton.7 President Taft
has issued statement denying
that Maior Archibald Butt, who
went down with Titanic while re
turning from Europe, had been in
Rome with special message from
him to Vatican. Says story is