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president if Taft is not nomin
ated on 'first balldt.
San Quentin, Cal. Claiming
they wouldn't work, Warden
Boyle has denied McNamara
brothers what few privileges con-,
victs are allowed. l
Peoria, 111. Iowa State Uri3erT)
takers' association have extend
ed invitation to Illinois under
takefs to meet Iowans at Des
Moines convention next June.
Hotelkeeper here objected to un
dertakers embalming body in
, Washington. Reported here
that former Cuban government
official was seized and "bound by
negro rebels, his son killed before
his eyes and his wife assaulted. "
Washington. Cardinal Gib
bons has received check for $5,000
from Dr. Max Pam, Jewish Chi
cago lawyefto cover first of five
scholarships to be endowed by
" Columbus, 0 Governor .Har
mon, by virtue of authority grant
ed by Democratic state conven
tion,, selected 12- delegates-at-large
Philadelphia. Wm. H. Carter,
who escaped death in Titanic
wreck, may die as result of in
juries received in polo game at
New York. Win. A. Reynolds
wants marriage to Mary Kilken?
ny annuled because she furnished
wedding ring costing only nine
"Washington. Senator George
S. Nixon, 52, Nevada, dead. Spin
al meningitis. Wife and other rel
atives hurrying here.
Washington. Rev. H. C. MH
lington, Methodist Episcopal, be
came peeved because small" boys
insisted on roller skating past
church during sermon. Assaulted
,oneofthem. Out on bail. J.
Elgin, HI. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
'Midgely bought graduation suit
'for their pride and joy, Earl, 18.
Then discovered that pride and
joy" had played 'hookey" for a
New York. James Deering',
vice pres. International Harvester
Co., robbed in Austrian Tyrol of
trunk containirtg antiques and
jewelry valued at $25,000. Details
Philadelphia. Republican del
egates to Chicago convention will
contest seat of Sen. Penrose in na
tional committee. Want "Boss"
-Flinn to have it.
Washington. Rep. Akin, New
York, wants special committee
appointed to investigate service
of Willis L. Moore, chief of
weather bureau. Charges mis
management Los Angeles. District Attor
ney Fredericks confounded Dar
row defense by introducing check
for $10,000 drawn by Secretary
Morrison, Federation of Labor
in favor of Darrow, and cashed
by Olav Tvietmoe, recently in
dicted for conspiracy in connec
tion wjth McNamara case.
Selin's Grove, Pa. Aviator C.
J. Shesgreen, Chicago, seriously
injured. Machine crashed into a"
printing was practiced in China
200years before theChristian'era,