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Havana. Reported that ne
groes attacked United States ma
rines under Ctpa. Mainwaring in
Santiago and were repulsed. De
tails not obtainable.
Cleveland. New earthquakes
recorded on St. Ignatius College
seismograph. Traced to Alaska. '
Washington. Supreme Court
decided that Iowa pure food law
requiring stock food manufactur
ers to label their formulas is valid.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt denied
any intention of going to Chicago
unless Perkins and Flinn -send
hurry-up call. ?
Des Moines. J.H. Moore, wife
and 5 children and 2 unknown
women found murdered in Moore
home at Villisca, near here. Heads
crushed by ax.
Seward, Alaska. Volcano in
Cook's Inlet country still in erup
tion. Many fatalities believed to
have occurred. Area of 300 miles
covered by ashes.
New Orleans. Henry B. Hu
ber, stenographer, wrote play
with Roosevelt as hero. Produc
ers couldn't see Teddy in that
light. Huber a suicide.
Washinton. Attorney John P.
Perry, Seattle, filed 9 specific
charges of misconduct against
Judge Hanford with Rep. Norris,
Outrageous grafting is merely
one of the little charges against
the honorable judge.
Marinette, Wis. Jacob Kinges
shot and killed by Andrew Lahti,
following quarrel at latter'shome.
New York. Note written by
May Yohe and her hat and cloak
found in Central Park Hinted at
suicide. Conservatory Lake will
Havre, France. John Wana
maker, who was going to make a
speech for Taftand second him at
Chicago, may not be there.
Wanamaker, a very wealthy
merchant, has been -delayed be
cause the crew of steamer France,
on which he was to sail, has
struck for living wages.
Los Angeles.- P. J. Cooney,
Chicago, will take the witness
stand against Darrow when Bert
H. Franklin has concluded.
Newport, R. I. Rear Admiral
Wm. H. Everett, 65, U. S. N.,
died at his home here this morn
New York. Roosevelt has
been elected honorary president
of new Gaelic Literature Ass'n.
Denver. Juvenile Judge Lind
sey left for Oyster Bay to confer
Kansas City. Rev. M. D
Krmoptic, Croatian Catholic
priest, has received threatening
letters. Police guarding home.
Philadelphia. Mrs. Hugh.
Tague killed and husband fatally
injured. Automobile ran them
Traverse City, Mich. Clar
ence Cole, 9, Louis Cole, S, and
Edgar Scott, 8," drowned in
Boardman Lake. Cole brothers
tried to rescue Scott, who had
Paris. Parisians spent $11,
000,000 on theaters during the
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