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I LATE NEWS "
Washington. Field .mass for
the dead of Spanish-American
war celebrated 'on Washington
monument grounds; in presence of
Meeker, Col. Andrew Mom
stock, convict, sawed way out of
jail here. Disturbed lovers who
were sitting on bench below cell
window. Notified guards. Cora
Washington. Board of arbi
tration to settle differences be
tween eastern railroads and their
Oscar Straus and a few other
theorists make up majority.
North Adams, Mass. Pres.
Garfield, Williams College, oper
ated on appendicitis.
Washington. Supreme court
adjourned until Oct. 14. Deci
sions on several important cases,
including Anthracite coal trust
and seven state rate cases held
Washington. State depart
ment officially announced this af
ternoon that the U. S. was not
contemplating Cuban interven
tion. Havana. Two villages and
several cane fields burned "by ne
groes. Several rebels wounded
in attack'by Cuban volunteers.
Washington. Supreme Court
affirmed convictions of Frederick
A. Hyde and Joost H. Schmeider,
wealthy land grabbers.
NeWxYork. American Olym
pic Committee announced that
Sidney Hatch, Chicago, can enter
Stockholm games, if he pays own
London. A. M. Carlisle, .de
signer of the Titanic, gave dam
aging evidence against White
Star line today. Safd he urged
more life boats aboard the Ti
Washington. Seh.-elect Ollie
James, Kentucky, is Clark candi
date for temporary chairmanship
of Baltimore convention.
Boston, Mass. Crowds forced
.strikebreaking street" car men to
abandon cars 'this afternoon. '
' A' strike of union teainsters in
Chicago is imminent today as a
result of their action yesterday,
when they enthusiastically voted
to strike in sympathy with strik
ing freight handlers if the griev
ances of the latter against the
railroads were not settled within
This is the second time "the
teamsters have agreed to support
the freight handlers by a walk
out. Last week the strikers de
clined to ask the teamsters-to quit
work, saying-it was not neces
sary. It is probable now, how
ever, that a general strike wilf be
called to force the railroads to
terms at once.
The Sun's a Sticker Fair to
niht for Chicago and vicinity;
Tuesday warmer, with increasing
cloudiness and probably unsettled
by night; moderate easterly shift
ing to southerly winds.