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Washington. New charges be
ing dug up against Judge Robert
W. Archbald, of the Commerce
Court. Chairman Clayton prom
ises committee will report to con
gress before adjournment.
Carrollton, nld. Jack Tharp,
42, and Joe Cannon, 37, quarreled
over division of fish. Jack got 3
shots in arm; Joe 4 in leg. By
standers got fish, and police got
Jack and Joe.
Washington. American Na
tional Live Stock association has
appealed to Interstate Commerce
Commission to force Southern
Pacific R. R. to reduce rates on
five stock from Arizona points to
Then, if Commission orders
the rates reduced, Taft's Com
merce Court will overrule it, and
boost 'em up again. Which is
the way our "government by
checks and balances" works.
New York. Mallory Line pier,
North river, on fire. Shipping at
adjoining piers towed out.
Porto Rico. Democratic or
ganization, here picked six Champ
Clark delegates. Insurgent Dem
ocrats instructed 6 for Wilson.
St. Louis. Wood Lineback;
parachute jumper, injured when
aeroplane 'from which he "was to
jump, balked at 30 ' feet, and
crashed to ground. F. N. Bell,
St. Johns, N. F. Steamer Al
gerin reports by wireless having
picked up body of member of Ti
New York. Justice Sam J.
Taddox, Queen's county Su
preme -Court, closed toda and
invited jurors and officials to go
fishing with him.
Antwerp. Jan Block, 61, fa
mous Flemish composer, died
Milwaukee. Judge Turner to
day ruled that newspaper re
porter could not be forced to tes
tify as to source of information
for news story.
London. Queen Mary cele
brated her 45th birthday by quiet
dinner party at Buckingham pal
ace. Des Moines. "There is so
much knocking within the church
that the members cannot hear the
knocking of opportunity at the
church doors." Rev. Adam Bus
tard to wealthy congregation.
New York. "The day of the
thirty-knot ship will be here as
soon as electric motors are in- t
stalled in big liners." Clinton H.
Crane, naval- architect
Which again has nothing to do
with the number of lifeboats
which ought to be installed on -"big
New YorkPatrick Bannon
stole quart of milk from doorstep
to sober up on. Six months.
Shanghai. Royalist rebels
have captured two walled towns"
near Choayang, Manchuria.
New York. Patrolman Carri-
den "investigated' 'smaslied gasf
meter with lighted match, and!
probably will die of it.
Columbus, O. Blind boy won
75 yard race in 8 rounds. Guided t
London. Encouraged by rais
ing of $2,000,000 for Titanic sur
vivors, movement started to raise
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