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plot of political enemies to show
he unduly favors Catholic church.
Los Angeles. Final arrange
ments being made for trial of
Clarence Darrow, labor attorney,
on charge of bribing McNamara
jurors. 20 witnesses summoned.
Topeka, Kan. It cost Theo
dore Roosevelt only $3,414.66 to
carry Kansas, according to state
ment filed by Roosevelt commit
Which is all very fine, but has
nothing to do with the fact that
it cost Theodore Roosevelt.$59,
000 to lost New York state.
Sacramento, CaL Gilbert F.
Roe, former law partner of "Bob"
LaFollette, said here that LaFol
lette was told that if he supported
Col. 'Roosevelt this year Roose
velt would name him as his suc
cessor in 1916.
New York Mrs. Eli Sobel,
widow, is to be New York's' first
city auctioneer. Wrote Mayor
Gaynor saying that she would
like job if no law against it. Gay
nor appointed her.
London. Coal situation again
growing acute. Lord St. Aldwyn,
chairman of local wages board,
South Wales, gave men less than
5 shillings (60 cents) a day they
demanded. Welsh miners have
called national conference.
New York. World's first baby
to be born after mother's deah is
patient at Fordham hospital.
Brought into world by Caesarian
operation 10 minutes after the
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Lipschitz,
had died of apoplexy. "
Lexington, Ky. Ed- Callahan,
3S05t noted of alL Kentucky feudr
ists and chief lieutenant of notor
ious Judge Hargis, died of gun
shot wounds inflicted by ambush
ed assassins oneweek ago.
Tientsin. Native quarter of
this city is being patrolled by
British troops. Outbreak feared.
London. Battleship London
rammed British steamer Don Be
nito in English channel in fog.
Don Benito so badly damaged she
had ito be beached.
Philadelphia. "We are filled
with patriotic shame after read
ing the will of John Jacob Astor."
T-Rev. Geo. C. Richmond, rector
of St. John's Episcopal Church,
who denounced Astor's wedding
to Madeline Force in sermon yes
terday. London. Prince de Sagan and
his wife, Anna Gould, say they'
are going to visit the United
For heaven's sake, Anna, don't
do ,it until after the election.
Then, maybe, we can stand it
El Paso, Tex. Emilio Vas
quez. Gomez, who elected himself
provisional president of Mexico,
has fled from that country and is
now on his way to the Pacific
Lynn, Mass. Recovery of
Prof. C. C. Bonnette, whose para
chute failed to work in 6,000-foot
drop from balloon, is extremely
doubtful. Internally Injured.
. Washington. Executive coun
cil, American FederatioiKof La
bor, has wired Gov. Johnson of
California, asking for fullest in
vestigation of "free speech fight"
at San Diego.
"Rome. Premier HoIitti aui