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Kansas City. "Prayer meet
ing" at'home of Bud Smotherman
interrupted by police last night.
Congregation and three cases of
Halifax, N. S. Four of qrew
of fishing schooner Eva and Mil
dred given up as dead. Drifted
from schooner in small boat in
fog. Lost '
Pittsburgh. "For beating his
wife, guilty as indicted; for
beating his mother-in-law, rec
ommended to the mercy of the
court' Verdict returned by
jury in case of Joe Nojedly.
Jefferson City. Governor Had
ley, of Missouri, has been asked
by Roosevelt to be temporary
chairman of Republican National
Convention if Roosevelthas con
trol. Hadley wuTaccept
Tramp Wunst'I wuz so Hun
gry I ate'a house. " v
Mrs Goodly Hpw terrible I
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San Francisco. State supreme
court today upheldconstitution
ality of 8-hour law for women
passed by last legislature. Law
was attacked as "class legisla
tion." Havana, Cuba. President Go
mez thanks President Taft for his
cablegram promising not to in
tervene, and says Cuban govern
ment is doing best to put down
revolution. The government's
best is not very good right now.
Charlestown, W. Va. Work
man in Ohio Fuel Supply Co.
warehouse here stepped on match
and caused fire that destroyed 2,
500 barrels of oil.
Edwardsville, 111. Counter
feiters have passed several bills
raised from $1 to $20 here lately.
Sullivan, HI. Entire business
section of this village wiped out
St. Louis. "It would be just as
impossible to censor the Ameri
can press as it would be to censor
a bolt of lightning." Rev. Milo
H. Gates, in speech.
But sometimes it is possible to
put an awful crimp in portions of
the American press which have
locked out some of their union
men by sympathetic strikes.
Washington. District of Co
lumbia has gone solid for Champ
Clark. Also the ballot boxes are
locked up at police station, be
cause of certain differences as to
just'howvit came that the district
went solidly for Clark.
Washington. Italian embassy
has report of battle between1
Turkish and Italian troops at Sidi
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